LABOR AND EMPLOYMENT LAW NEWSLETTER

For twelve years, Mark was an editor of, and frequent contributor to, Labor and Employment Law, the quarterly newsletter of the Labor and Employment Section of the American Bar Association. His articles are listed below. 

SPRING 2016

"A Persevering Physician Changes Tennis History" page 11

FALL 2014

  • “Chicago Artist Draws with Thrown-Away Materials" page 6

“Rice Challenges Suspension under NFL Conduct Policy” page 10

WINTER 2014

“Court Considers Corporate Religious Liberty in Challenge to ACA Mandate” page 1

FALL 2013

“Clay v. U.S.: The Champ, the Court, and the Vietnam War” page 11

SUMMER 2013

“NLRB Recess Dispute Takes Center Stage at Supreme Court” page 1

SPRING 2013

“A Jewish Lefthander and the 1965 World Series” page 11

WINTER 2013

“New Decisions Leave Supreme Court Second Amendment Issues” page 1
“Perkins Award: When Champions Need a Champion” page 9

SUMMER 2012

“‘Okay, What Just Happened?’ Scholars React to Healthcare Decision” page 1

WINTER 2012

“From Clay to Ali: The Heavyweight Struggles of 1964” page 10

FALL 2011

“The Midwinter Meetings: Why Not Attend All 16?” page 11

FALL 2010

“Court to Address Wal-Mart, Cat’s Paw Liability, and Retaliation” page 1
“Section Remembers Three Labor and Employment Leaders: Betty Southard Murphy, First Woman Member and Chairman of NLRB” page 7

SUMMER 2009

“Firefighter Plaintiffs Prevail in Landmark Supreme Court Case” page 1 (with Steven Moore)
“The Labor Lawyer, Twenty-Four Volumes Later” page 11

WINTER 2009

“Scholars Discuss Labor, Legal Theory and the Financial Crisis” page 4

FALL 2008

“Organizers Are a Mile High After Boffo Denver Conference” page 3
“A Midnight Call Starts a Big League Struggle” page 14

SPRING 2008

“Nine Justices Say “Me Too” on Coworker Evidence Remand” page 3 (with Steven W. Moore) 
“Thomas Roberts’ Major League Career” page 19

WINTER 2008

“It’s a Hit! Philadelphia CLE Conference Surpasses Goals” page 1

SUMMER 2007

“Home Care Wage and Hour Exemption Preserved” page 4

SUMMER 2006

"Alito Writes Separately in 'Unanimous' Retaliation Decision" page 3
"Profile: Mike Smith in Afghanistan" page 7

SPRING 2006

"SEIU’s Stern Warns of Crisis, Urges Change." page 3
"Leader, Mentor, Leader: the Section Remembers Butch Powell" page 5

FALL 2005

"Estreicher Considers Changes to the Supreme Court" page 3
"Judges Talk About Jurors" page 4

WINTER 2005

"Counselor, Negotiator, Mensch: The Section Remembers Elliot Bredhoff" page 2
"Profile: Some Measure of Pathos"  (Michael Banks) page 6

FALL 2004

"Professor Befort Reviews Supreme Court's Labor and Employment Decisions" page 1

SUMMER 2004

"Profile: ERISA, Inadvertently" (Erin Sweeney) page 8
Republished in Panorama, the in house online newsletter of the Employee Benefit Security Administration, U.S. Department of Labor (2005)

SPRING 2004

"Federal Appellate Judges Urge Caution for Attorneys Arguing 'Public Policy'" page 7
"Cities Are What Men Make Them: Remembering Jerome 'Buddy' Cooper" page 14

WINTER 2004

"Profile: Now Living Up North" (Leonard Page) page 6

FALL 2003

"Grutter Called 'Optimistic About Race' at Annual Meeting Discussion" page 1
"Professor Hylton Praises Grutter and Lawrence in Review of the Supreme Court Term" page 4
“Profile: Two Very Different People” (Philip Lyon and Cynthia Nance) page 6

SUMMER 2003

"Supreme Court Affirms Application of FMLA to State Government Employees" page 1
"Profile: Betty Murphy's Portrait" page 3
"The Section Remembers David Feller" page 8

SPRING 2003

"Profile: Donald Elisburg at Ground Zero" page 3