Wayne N. Outten and Laurence S. Moy; Senior Editor, Arthur Feliu, Editor-in-Chief, Bloomberg BNA Books, 2015
Restrictive Covenants and Trade Secrets in Employment Law: An International Survey, Volume I, with 2015 Cumulative Supplement
Wendi S. Lazar, Co-Editor In-Chief, Katherine Blostein, Associate Editor Bureau of National Affairs, Inc., 2015.
Representing the Executive
Wayne N. Outten, Chapter 16 in Executive Compensation, BNA Books, 2002 and 2011.
Negotiating and Drafting Expatriate Employment Agreements
in International Labor & Employment Laws, Third Edition, Vol. 1B, ABA Section of Labor and Employment Law, published by BNA Books (2009) — Wendi S. Lazar and Gary R. Siniscalco
Teaching Transgender Issues: Global Social Movements Based on Gender Identity. In Johnson III, Richard (Ed.), A Twenty-first Century Approach to Teaching Social Justice: Educating for Both Advocacy and Action
Book Chapter, Harrington Park Press 2009
Ms. Etiquette and the Transgender Employee: Is Nothing Private Any More? In Harris, Mark and Howe, Cymene (Eds.), 21st Century Sexualities: Contemporary Issues in Health, Education and Rights
Book Chapter, Routledge 2007
Negotiating ADR Agreements: An Employees' Lawyer's Perspective
Wayne N. Outten, chapter in How ADR Works, BNA Books, 2002
Negotiating Settlement Agreements: An Employees' Lawyer's Perspective 1
Wayne N. Outten, chapter in How ADR Works, BNA Books, 2002.
Negotiating Settlement Agreements: An Employees' Lawyer's Perspective
Wayne N. Outten, chapter in How ADR Works, BNA Books, 2002. This section of the chapter addresses negotiating and drafting settlement agreements for employment disputes. Settlements may come from direct negotiations between the parties (or their respective counsel), from mediation, or from negotiations before or during arbitration proceedings. In all of these contexts, many substantive issues, and thus many negotiation and drafting issues will be similar. When the context presents special issues, they will be specifically addressed.