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New Features for 2017
This brand new edition of O’Connor’s Texas Employment Codes Plus is a must-have resource for every employment lawyer. Here are just some of this edition’s contents and features:
- The complete Texas Labor Code, fully updated to include 2017 legislation, with cross-references to administrative regulations and forms, helpful websites, and Division of Workers’ Compensation decisions.
- Plus Codes—other carefully selected codes, statutes, and constitutional provisions related to employment law, especially as applied to public-sector employees, including educators, health-care professionals, and law-enforcement personnel.
- New annotations from the most recent Texas Supreme Court and Court of Appeals employment-law opinions on topics such as arbitration, covenants not to compete, discrimination, free speech, garnishment, harassment, retaliation, unemployment benefits, and workers’ compensation.
- Employment-law regulations from the Texas Workforce Commission and the Division of Workers’ Compensation, updated through September 2017.
- Charts and timetables summarizing key employment laws and deadlines.
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