June Michigan Bar Journal

The June 2019 issue of the Michigan Bar Journal, focusing on Labor and Employment Law, is available online. Articles include: 

  • Balancing Customer Care and Employee Civil Rights
  • A Warning to Employers About Communications with Employees
  • Representing Employees of Educational Institutions in the #MeToo Era
  • Working in a State of Flux: LGBTQ Employment Law Update
  • Recruiting in the Robot Age

Other features include:

  • President's Page A Century Later: An Examination of Women in the Law by Jennifer M. Grieco
  • Plain Language Evolving They by Brad Charles and Thomas Myers
  • Best Practices Best Practices in Determining Whether a Claim Sounds in Ordinary Negligence or Medical Malpractice by Donna M. MacKenzie and Jules B. Olsman
  • Future of Law The Uniform Bar Exam: Whither Michigan? by Otto Stockmeyer
  • Libraries and Legal Research Employment and Labor Law Research Using Michigan Business Court Opinions by Ruth S. Stevens
  • Law Practice Solutions Be Flexible, Be Successful, Be Essential by Roberta Tepper

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