The First Amendment Right To Free Exercise Of Religion, Nondiscrimination Statutes Based On Sexual Orientation And Gender Identity, And The Free Exercise Claims Of Non-Church-Related Employers
12 Florida Coastal Law Review 15 (2010).
Gender Autonomy, Transgender Identity and Substantive Due Process: Finding a Rational Basis for Lawrence v. Texas
5 Touro Journal of Race, Gender and Ethnicity 1 (2010).
An Attorney’s Perspective on Fraud Related to Health Care
16 Journal of Controversial Medicine, 9 (2009). (Peer reviewed journal)
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
Transgender Identity, Textualism and the Supreme Court: What is the “Plain Meaning” of “Sex” in Title VII of the Civil Rights Act of 1964?
18 Temple Political and Civil Rights Law Review 573 (2009).
A Practitioner's Overview of the Deficiencies of the Worker Adjustment and Retraining Notification Act Twenty Years Following its Enactment
René S. Roupinian, NELA, The New York Employee Advocate, Volume 14, No. 5, June 2008
An overview from a litigator’s perspective of the main deficiencies in the WARN Act, including hurdles not contemplated by Congress that have made WARN Act litigation difficult and often nearly impossible in ways not envisioned by Congress twenty years ago. Some of these deficiencies have been addressed by the current proposed legislation, namely S. 1792 and H.R. 3920 (which the House approved in October 2007), others have not, but should be considered as critical to making WARN a viable tool for achieving Congress’ purpose of providing advance notice to terminated employees.