Reinhardt at Work
Benjamin I. Sachs
Harvard Law School
December 1, 2010
Yale Law Journal, Vol. 120, No. 3, p. 573, 2010
This Tribute essay explores Judge Stephen Reinhardt’s labor and employment jurisprudence, arguing that the jurisprudence is defined by a consistent substantive vision of what labor and employment law intends to accomplish and by a particular method of interpreting these laws. Three cases highlight these twin themes. The first concerns the scope of the anti-retaliation clause of the Fair Labor Standards Act. The second deals with the ability of undocumented workers to assert rights granted by Title VII. And the third addresses the ability of unions to spend dues money on organizing new members. The essay also comments on these cases’ broader significance to the fields of labor and employment law.
Number of Pages in PDF File: 13
Keywords: labor law, employment law, labor, employment, immigrant worker, immigration, fair labor standards, Title VII, union
JEL Classification: K31Accepted Paper Series
Date posted: March 22, 2011
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