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Robert J. Nobile

Partner

New York
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Robert J. Nobile is a partner specializing in labor and employment law with the New York office of Seyfarth Shaw.  He holds a B.A. degree from Adelphi University, an M.S. from the Long Island University, and a J.D. from the St. John’s University School of Law.  Mr. Nobile is in “The International Who’s Who of Business Lawyers”, a publication identifying him as one of the leaders in the field of management labor and employment law.    Mr. Nobile was nominated for this publication by law firm clients and labor and employment lawyers from around the world.  He has also been ranked as a leading expert in Employment Law in “The Legal 500 US: Volume IV: Real Estate, Employment & Labor and Tax” publication.  Also, the 2015 Edition of Legal 500 noted “New York lawyer Robert Nobile is the ‘first attorney to turn to for employment issues, from the Americans with Disability Act to the Office of Federal Contract Compliance Programs’.”  He was also rated in the top five percent of attorneys in New York State by New York Superlawyers.  Mr. Nobile is also a fellow in the College of Labor and Employment.

Mr. Nobile is involved in all areas of client representation including: day-to-day advice and counsel in all areas of labor and employment law (e.g., employment discrimination including handling issues involving sexual and other forms of employee harassment, disability discrimination, age discrimination, reductions-in-force, WARN, policy and procedure development, etc.); administrative litigation; management training regarding sexual harassment and EEO; mediations and arbitrations, etc.  Mr. Nobile handles a variety of affirmative action matters for clients, including assisting clients with affirmative action plan development, preparing for and guiding companies through compliance evaluations, including “glass ceiling” audits (i.e., Corporate Management Reviews), conducting audit-readiness training, responding to allegations of compensation and other forms of discrimination, and Notices of Violations, negotiating Conciliation Agreements, and the like. In addition, Mr. Nobile devotes a substantial portion of his practice to handling a variety of wage and hour-related matters arising under the Federal Fair Labor Standards Act and state wage and hour laws. This includes advising clients regarding the proper exemption status of their employees; recommending alternative approaches to the payment of overtime;  conducting wage and hour audits to ensure client compliance with the FLSA’s exemption provisions; representing clients before the federal and state departments of labor during audits and in negotiating settlements, and the like.

Prior to commencing the practice of law more than thirty years ago, Mr. Nobile spent 10 years working as a practitioner in the Human Resources field, in such capacities as Corporate Director of Personnel and Chief Human Resources Officer for the American Bank Note Company, and Director of Personnel/Labor Relations for Mego International, Inc., and as Compensation Analyst for the Albert Einstein College of Medicine.  He is also a Professor in the Graduate School of Management at St. Joseph’s College, an Adjunct Professor at Cornell University, and has also taught at the St. John’s University School of Law.  Courses he teaches include Legal Aspects of Business; Employment Law; Policy and Procedure and Employee Handbook Development; EEO and The Law; Employment-at-Will; Affirmative Action; and Fundamentals of Human Resources.  He also has lectured frequently at the American Management Association on a variety of employment-related issues.

Mr. Nobile has authored five books and published numerous articles covering all aspects of Human Resources and Employment Law.  A summary of his publications is attached.
 

Robert J. Nobile is a partner specializing in labor and employment law with the New York office of Seyfarth Shaw.  He holds a B.A. degree from Adelphi University, an M.S. from the Long Island University, and a J.D. from the St. John’s University School of Law.  Mr. Nobile is in “The International Who’s Who of Business Lawyers”, a publication identifying him as one of the leaders in the field of management labor and employment law.    Mr. Nobile was nominated for this publication by law firm clients and labor and employment lawyers from around the world.  He has also been ranked as a leading expert in Employment Law in “The Legal 500 US: Volume IV: Real Estate, Employment & Labor and Tax” publication.  Also, the 2015 Edition of Legal 500 noted “New York lawyer Robert Nobile is the ‘first attorney to turn to for employment issues, from the Americans with Disability Act to the Office of Federal Contract Compliance Programs’.”  He was also rated in the top five percent of attorneys in New York State by New York Superlawyers.  Mr. Nobile is also a fellow in the College of Labor and Employment.

Mr. Nobile is involved in all areas of client representation including: day-to-day advice and counsel in all areas of labor and employment law (e.g., employment discrimination including handling issues involving sexual and other forms of employee harassment, disability discrimination, age discrimination, reductions-in-force, WARN, policy and procedure development, etc.); administrative litigation; management training regarding sexual harassment and EEO; mediations and arbitrations, etc.  Mr. Nobile handles a variety of affirmative action matters for clients, including assisting clients with affirmative action plan development, preparing for and guiding companies through compliance evaluations, including “glass ceiling” audits (i.e., Corporate Management Reviews), conducting audit-readiness training, responding to allegations of compensation and other forms of discrimination, and Notices of Violations, negotiating Conciliation Agreements, and the like. In addition, Mr. Nobile devotes a substantial portion of his practice to handling a variety of wage and hour-related matters arising under the Federal Fair Labor Standards Act and state wage and hour laws. This includes advising clients regarding the proper exemption status of their employees; recommending alternative approaches to the payment of overtime;  conducting wage and hour audits to ensure client compliance with the FLSA’s exemption provisions; representing clients before the federal and state departments of labor during audits and in negotiating settlements, and the like.

Prior to commencing the practice of law more than thirty years ago, Mr. Nobile spent 10 years working as a practitioner in the Human Resources field, in such capacities as Corporate Director of Personnel and Chief Human Resources Officer for the American Bank Note Company, and Director of Personnel/Labor Relations for Mego International, Inc., and as Compensation Analyst for the Albert Einstein College of Medicine.  He is also a Professor in the Graduate School of Management at St. Joseph’s College, an Adjunct Professor at Cornell University, and has also taught at the St. John’s University School of Law.  Courses he teaches include Legal Aspects of Business; Employment Law; Policy and Procedure and Employee Handbook Development; EEO and The Law; Employment-at-Will; Affirmative Action; and Fundamentals of Human Resources.  He also has lectured frequently at the American Management Association on a variety of employment-related issues.

Mr. Nobile has authored five books and published numerous articles covering all aspects of Human Resources and Employment Law.  A summary of his publications is attached.
 

Education

  • J.D., St. John's University School of Law
  • M.S., Long Island University
  • B.A., Adelphi University

Admissions

  • New York

Presentations

  • “Minimizing Liability with Employee Handbooks,” Breakfast Briefing presented by Seyfarth Shaw LLP, New York, NY (March 15, 2016)

Publications

Books

  • Guide To Employee Handbooks, West Group, 1989 and supplemented annually (2015-2016 Edition)
  • Human Resources Guide, West Group, 2016 and updated quarterly
  • Essential Facts: Employment, West Group, 1994 and supplemented annually (2015-2016 Edition)
  • Guide To Corporate HR Policies & Procedures Manuals, West Group,  (2015-2016 Edition)
  • Affirmative Action Compliance Manual for Banks, American Bankers’ Association, 1992

Articles

  • Co-Author, "Employee Self-Appraisals: The Legal Concerns," HR Advisor, West Group (May/June 2016)
  • Co-Author, "Investigating the Anonymous Complaint: The Practicalities and Pitfalls of Employee Hotlines,” HR Advisor Magazine, (March/April 2016)
  • Co-Author, "The Human Resource Guide to Hackathons," HR Advisor, West Group (January/February 2016)
  • Co-Author, "No Credit, No Problem: Nationwide Trend Prohibits Pre-Employment Credit Checks," HR Advisor, West Group (November/December 2015)
  • Co-Author, “The Federal Military Leave Law - A Primer for Employers,” HR Advisor, West Group (September/October 2015)
  • Co-Author, “To Solicit or Not to Solicit? -- That is the Question!,” HR Advisor, West Group (July/August 2015)
  • Co-Author, "Family Medical Leave Act: Notice Obligations of Employees and Employers," HR Advisor, West Group (May/June 2015)
  • Co-Author, “Oh Baby! New Legislation Bumps Up Pregnancy Accommodations in the Workplace,” HR Advisor, West Group (March/April 2015)
  • Co-Author, “Risky Business: President Obama’s ‘Year of Action’ and Its Impact on Federal Contractors,” HR Advisor, West Group (January/February 2015)
  • Co-Author, “NLRB Gives Employers ‘No Respect’,” HR Advisor, West Group (November/December 2014)
  • Co-Author, “Providing Veterans’ Preferences: The Legal Issues,” HR Advisor, West Group, (September/October 2014)
  • Co-Author, “You’ve Been Accused of Harassment - Now What?,” HR Advisor, West Group (May/June 2014)
  • Co-Author, “Performance Review - Taking Steps to Avoid a Lawsuit: Is Your Program Below, or Does It Meet or Exceed Legal Expectations?,” HR Advisor, West Group (March/April 2014)
  • Co-Author, “Computer Employees: Exempt or Non-Exempt?,” HR Advisor, West Group (January/February 2014)
  • “New York State’s Minimum Wage Orders Updated,” One Minute Memo, Seyfarth Shaw LLP (January 31, 2014)
  • Co-Author, “GPS Monitoring: The Legal Issues,” HR Advisor, Volume 19, Issue 6, (November/December 2013)
  • Co-Author, “The Attorney-Client Privilege: A Primer for HR Professionals,” HR Advisor, West Group (November/December 2013)
  • Co-Author, “What to Do With  An Employee’s Medical Information: Complying With the ADA’s Confidentiality Requirements,” HR Advisor, West Group (September/October 2013)
  • “Child Pornography - An Employer’s Duty to Report,” HR Advisor, West Group (July/August  2013)
  • “Sexual Favoritism: Workplace Romance and Its Discontents,” HR Advisor, West Group (May/June 2013)
  • Co-Author, “Political Activity and Other Off-Duty Conduct: A Sleeping Giant of Discrimination Liability?,” HR Advisor (January/February 2013)
  • Co-Author, “Another Brick in the “Wall”: The NLRB Imposes Broad, Pro-Employee Restrictions on Social Media Policies,” HR Advisor (November/December, 2012)
  • Co-Author, “Supervisor Failure to Enforce OSHA Compliance,” HR Advisor, West Group, (September/October 2012)
  • “The EEOC’s New Guidance on the Use of Criminal Record Information in Employment,”HR Advisor, (July/August 2012)
  • “What’s in a Face? The Risks of Hiring a Pretty Workforce,” HR Advisor, West Group, (May/June 2012)
  • Co-Author, “Fluctuations in the Fluctuating Workweek,” HR Advisor, West Group, (March/April 2012)
  • Co-Author, “Tips on Limiting Employer Liability at Company Parties,” HR Advisor, West Group, (January/February 2012)
  • “New Legislation on the Horizon to Protect the Unemployed,” HR Advisor, West Group, (November/December 2011)
  • Co-Author, “Increasing Trend in Ban the Box Laws for Criminal Background Checks,” HR Advisor, West Group, (September/October 2011)
  • “Arbitration in the Wake of the Supreme Court’s Concepcion Decision,” HR Advisor, West Group, (July/August 2011)
  • Co-Author, “Employers Beware: The National Labor Relations Act Ain’t Just About Union Organizing,” HR Advisor, West Group, (May/June 2011)
  • Co-Author, “Rethinking The Use of Credit Histories in the Hiring Process”, HR Advisor, West Group, (March/April 2011)
  • Co-Author,  “Express Yourself: A summary of Federal and State Breastfeeding Laws,” HR Advisor, West Group, (January/February 2011)
  • Co-Author, “Minimizing Risk in an Era of Increased Immigration Enforcement: I-9s, E-Verify, and Immigration Compliance Policies,” HR Advisor, West Group, (September/October 2010)
  • Co-Author, “Succession Planning: The Legal Issues!,” HR Advisor, West Group, (July/August 2010)
  • Co-Author, “Workplace Violence:  Risks, Prevention and Practical Advice,” HR Advisor, West Group, (March/April 2010)
  • “Back to Basics: Documenting Employee Performance and Behavioral Problems,” HR Advisor, West Group, (January/February 2010)
  • Co-Author, “Why Domestic Violence is an Employer’s Issue,” HR Advisor, West Group, (November/December 2009)
  • Co-Author, “Avoiding the Legal Pitfalls of Using Conviction Records in Hiring and Other Employment Decisions,” HR Advisor, West Group, (September/October 2009)
  • “So You Think You’re Better Off Without An Employee Handbook? Think Again!,” HR Advisor, West Group, (July/August 2009)
  • Co-Author, “Why It’s Advantageous to Ensure Your Severance Plan is Covered by ERISA,” HR Advisor, West Group, (May/June 2009)
  • Co-Author, “Alternatives to RIFs: Saving Money Without Losing Employees,” HR Advisor, West Group, (March/April 2009)
  • Co-Author, “Put Your Best “Face” Forward: Best Practices for Corporate Social Networking,” HR Advisor, West Group, (January/February 2009)
  • Co-Author, “Social Security Number Privacy,” HR Advisor, West Group, (November/December 2008)
  • Co-Author, “A New Challenge for Employers: ‘Bring Your Guns to Work’ Laws,” HR Advisor, West Group, (September/October 2008)
  • Co-Author, “An Employer’s Dilemma: Dealing With Individuals Listed on a Sex Offender Registry,” HR Advisor, West Group, (July/August 2008)  
  • Co-Author, “Legal Trends in Mandatory Employment Arbitration,” HR Advisor, West Group, (March/April 2008)
  • Co-Author, “Anti-Union Statements in Employee Handbooks: Management Philosophy or Unfair Labor Practice,” HR Advisor, West Group, (January/February 2008)
  • Co-Author, “USERRA – The Federal Military Leave Law: An Analysis of Recent Trends in Case Law,” HR Advisor, West Group, (November/December 2007)
  • Co-Author, “Child Pornography – An Employer’s Duty to Report,” HR Advisor, West Group, (September/October 2007)
  • “Protecting the Privacy of Social Security Numbers,” HR Advisor, West Group, (July/August 2007)
  • Co-Author, “Place  Your Bet: The Legality of Office Pools,” HR Advisor, West Group, (May/June 2007)
  • Co-Author, “Paperless Paperwork?  Consider the Risks and Rewards of Digital Record Keeping,” Staffing Success, American Staffing Association, (March/April 2007)
  • Co-Author, “What to Expect When They’re Expecting: Avoiding Pregnancy Discrimination Claims,” HR Advisor, West Group, (March/April 2007)
  • Co-Author, “When Workplace Stress Creates A Disability,” HR Advisor, West Group, (January/February 2007)
  • Co-Author, "Pitfalls to Avoid in Drafting Settlement Agreements," HR Advisor, West Group, (November/December 2006)
  • Co-Author, “Determining The Appropriate “Decisional Unit” Under The Older Worker Benefit Protection Act,” HR Advisor, West Group, (September/October 2006)
  • Co-Author, “Navigating the Religious Accommodation Maze”, HR Advisor, West Group, (July/August 2006)
  • Co-Author, “Terminating An Executive:  Key Steps to Minimize Liability,” HR Advisor, West Group, (May/June 2006)
  • Co-Author, “Managing Diversity at Work: Creating and Maintaining Employer-Sponsored Affinity Groups Without Running Afoul of the Law,” HR Advisor, West Group, (March/April, 2006)
  • “EEO-1 Gets a Face Lift,” HR Advisor, West Group, (January/February 2006)
  • “Who is an Applicant?” The OFCCP’s Final Rule, HR Advisor, West Group (November/December 2005)
  • Co-Author, “Transgender Employees: Dealing with the Restroom Dilemma,” HR Advisor, West Group (September/October 2005)
  • Co-Author, “Proficiency in the English Language – Is It a Valid Job-Related Requirement?” HR Advisor, West Group (July/August 2005)
  • “Avoiding Liability with Respect to the Use of Temporary Agency Workers in the Post Microsoft Era,” HR Advisor, West Group (May/June 2005)
  • Co-Author, “The Religious Accommodation Game,” HR Advisor, West Group (March/April 2005)
  • Co-Author, “A New Form of Liability: Negligence for Accidents Caused by “Fatigued” Employees,” HR Advisor, West Group (January/February 2005)
  • Co-Author, “Duty to Report Child Porn Found in the Workplace,” GC New York (October 12, 2004)
  • “Curbing Rising Overtime Costs in the Wake of the Revised FLSA Regulations,” HR Advisor, West Group (September/October 2004)
  • Co-Author, “A Closer Look at the Exempt Duties Tests,” New York Law Journal (August 30, 2004)
  • “Revisiting the Definition of ‘Who is an Applicant’ – One More Time!” HR Advisor, West Group (July/August 2004)
  • “The Americans With Disabilities Act and the Internet: Must Your Website Comply?” HR Advisor, West Group (May/June 2004)
  • “Easing Restrictions on Workplace Investigations By Third Party Experts,” HR Advisor, West Group (March/April, 2004)
  • “. . . More On “Forced Ranking,” HR Advisor, West Group (January/February 2004)
  • Co-Author, “Employee Selection:  Best Practices for Reducing Legal Risk in Pre-Hire Assessments,” HR Advisor, West Group (November/December 2003)
  • “The Supreme Court’s Recent Affirmative Action Rulings -- Staying “In Bounds” With Your Affirmative Action/Diversity Initiatives,” HR Advisor, West Group (September/October 2003)
  • “Taking Your ‘Ethics’ Pulse,” HR Advisor, West Group (July/August 2003)
  • “The Interplay Between FMLA & ADA,” HR Advisor, West Group (May/June 2003)
  • “The Continuing Saga of Independent Contractors and Temporary Workers,” HR Advisor, West Group (March/April 2003)
  • “Test Your FMLA I.Q." HR Advisor, West Group (January/February 2003)
  • “1-800-Hot! Hot! Hot! The Pros and Cons of Employee Hotlines - Part II,” HR Advisor, West Group (November/December 2002)
  • “1-800-Hot! Hot! Hot! The Pros and Cons of Employee Hotlines,” HR Advisor, West Group (September/October 2002)
  • “Can Forced Ranking Systems Pass Legal Muster,” HR Advisor, West Group (July/August 2002)
  • “Test Your HR Law IQ,” HR Advisor, West Group (May/June 2002)
  • “Your Compensation Analysis: Can It Be Protected Against Discovery?” HR Advisor, West Group, (March/April 2002)
  • “Opening The Mail,” HR Advisor, West Group (January/February 2002)
  • “Dust Off Your Military Leave Policy,” HR Advisor, West Group (November/December 2001)
  • “Employer Liability for the Discriminatory/Harassing Acts of Third Parties: Revisiting the Issues,” HR Advisor, West Group (September/October 2001)
  • “Issues to Consider in Reducing Your Workforce,” HR Advisor, West Group (July/August 2001)
  • “Cell Phone Negligence: The Latest Concern for Employers,” HR Advisor, West Group (May/June, 2001)
  • “The OFCCP’s New Affirmative Action Regulations,” HR Advisor, West Group (January/February 2001)
  • “New Affirmative Action Rules Affect Contractors,” The New York Law Journal (December 4, 2000)
  • “The OFCCP’s Common Control Doctrine,” HR Advisor, West Group (September/October 2000)
  • “The Changing Faces of Applicants,” HR Advisor, West Group (July/August 2000)
  • “Telecommuting – Why All The Hype?” (Part II), HR Advisor, West Group (May/June 2000)
  • “Telecommuting – Why All The Hype?” HR Advisor, West Group (March/April 2000)
  • “The Workplace Today: It Knows No Boundaries!” HR Advisor, WG&L (January/February 2000)
  • “Changing Your Personnel Policies – Some Consideration For Your Employees Please!” HR Advisor, WG&L (November/December 1999)
  • “Your Harassment Avoidance Training Program: Is It Covering All The Bases?” HR Advisor, WG&L (September/October 1999)
  • “Auditing Your Company’s Severance Pay Plan - 10 Key Points To Consider” HR Advisor, WG&L (July/August 1999) 
  • “FMLA: Consider Legal Implications Before Requiring Fitness Certification, Medical Exams,” Human Resources Management, CCH (June 1999)
  • “OSHA’s Proposed Ergonomics Standard,” HR Advisor, WG&L, (May/June 1999)
  • “The Ramifications of National Basketball Association Labor Relations,” Hofstra Labor & Employment Law Journal, Hofstra University (Spring 1999)
  • “Don’t Discuss That Salary -- It’s Confidential,” HR Advisor, WG&L (March/April 1999)
  • “The Fair Credit Reporting Act; It Ain’t Just Credit!” HR Advisor, WG&L (January/February 1999)
  • “Oh What A Night! Tips On Limiting Employer Liability At Company Parties,” HR Advisor, WG&L (November/December 1998)
  • “Auditing Your Employment Application: Ten Points to Consider,” HR Advisor, WG&L (September/October 1998)
  • “The EEOC’s Final Rules on Waiving Rights and Claims Under ADEA,” HR Advisor, WG&L (July/August 1998)
  • “The Electronic Personnel Office,” HR Advisor, WG&L (July/August 1998)
  • “Thinking ADR? Good Thought. Thinking Arbitration? Think Again...And Mediate!” HR Advisor, WG&L (May/June 1998)
  • “Referrals to the EAP: No Good Deed Goes Unpunished!” HR Advisor, WG&L (March/April 1998)
  • “Who Is An Applicant,” HR Advisor, WG&L (January/February 1998)
  • “Coping With the ADA,” HR Focus, American Management Association (December 1997)
  • “New Affirmative Action Requirements for Federal Contractors,” HR Advisor, WG&L (November/December 1997)
  • “Waiver Agreements Can Save Your Company From Lawsuits,” (Interview), HR Reporter, LRP Publications (November 1997)
  • “Taping/Eavesdropping On Conversations,” HR Advisor, WG&L (September/October 1997)
  • “Back To The Basics: A Primer On Employment Laws For HR Professionals (Part II),” HR Advisor, WG&L (July/August 1997)
  • “Back To The Basics: A Primer On Employment Laws For HR Professionals (Part I),” HR Advisor, WG&L (May/June 1997)
  • “HR’s Top 10 Legal Issues,” HR Focus, American Management Association (April 1997)
  • “So You Think You’re Better Off Without An Employee Handbook -- Think Again!,” HR Advisor, WG&L (March/April 1997)
  • “The EEOC’s Proposed Rules on Waiving Rights and Claims Under ADEA,” HR Advisor, WG&L (January/February 1997)
  • “Employee Handbook and Corporate HR Policies and Procedures Manuals -- What Are the Distinctions?,” HR Advisor, WG&L (November/December 1996)
  • “Half-Time Overtime Policies,” HR Advisor, WG&L (September/October 1996)
  • “How Discrimination Laws Affect Compensation,” Compensation & Benefits Review, American Management Association (Summer 1996)
  • “Saving Money On Overtime: Practical Tips,” HR Advisor, WG&L (July/August 1996)
  • “Progressive Disciplinary Policies: Employers Beware,” HR Advisor, WG&L (May/June 1996)
  • “What Action Employers Should Take In Response To Reference Requests Concerning Former Employees,” HR Advisor, WG&L (March/April 1996)
  • “Implementing Staff Reductions,” HR Advisor, WG&L (January/February 1996)
  • “Sexual Harassment: Do You Know How To Respond?,” HR Focus, American Management Association (January 1996)
  • “Affirmative Action After Adarand,” HR Advisor, WG&L (November/December 1995)
  • “Telecommuting: Legal and HR Implications,” HR Advisor, WG&L (September/October 1995)
  • “Developing A Viable Sexual Harassment Policy and Complaint Investigation Procedure,” HR Advisor, WG&L (July/August 1995)
  • “Outplacement Counseling: Minimizing Legal Liability,” Personnel, American Management Association (October 1991)
  • “To Search or Not to Search: What Is The Policy?,” Personnel, American Management Association (September 1991)
  • “Can There Be Too Much Diversity?,” Personnel, American Management Association (August 1991)
  • “How To Cope With Family Leave Laws,” Personnel, American Management Association (July 1991)
  • “Say It Legally,” Personnel, American Management Association (May 1991)
  • “Yes, We Allow No Solicitation Today,” Personnel, American Management Association (March 1991)
  • “Matters Of Confidentiality (The Law of EAPS),” Personnel, American Management Association, (February 1991)
  • “The Law of Severance Pay,” Personnel, American Management Association (November 1990)
  • “Termination & Defamation (New Grounds For Legal Concern),” Personnel, American Management Association (October 1990)
  • “Keeping Posted on Bulletin Boards,” Personnel, American Management Association (June 1990)
  • “Leaving No Doubt About Employee Leaves,” Personnel, American Management Association (May 1990)
  • “Wrestling With COBRA,” Personnel, American Management Association (April 1990)
  • “Putting Out Fires with a No-Smoking Policy,” Personnel, American Management Association (March 1990)
  • “The Drug-Free Workplace: Act on It!,” Personnel, American Management Association (February 1990)
  • “When Jury Duty Calls,” Personnel, American Management Association (January 1990)
  • “Drug Abuse, AIDS, and Smoking: How Employers Can Avoid The Legal Pitfalls,” Institute for Management, Panel Publishers, Inc. (1987)
  • “Employee Searches in the Workplace: Developing a Realistic Policy,” Personnel Administrator (May 1985)