Publications and Case Decisions

Kamer Zucker Abbott clients enjoy an array of complimentary services such as our Employer Reports electronic newsletters, labor and employment seminars, and access to publications authored by the Firm’s attorneys. A sampling can be found here in the Firm’s web library.

Legal Publications

It Is Time For Nevada Employers To Re-Examine Drug Testing in Order to Maximize Benefits & Minimize Liability
Gregory J. Kamer, Esq. and Jody M. Florence, Esq.(Also published in the May 2017 edition of the Nevada Practitioners’ Journal of Labor & Employment Law, a publication of the Labor and Employment Law Section of the Nevada State Bar.)Quirks And Quagmires: Selected Issues Faced During Real-World Harassment Investigations
(Originally published in the Nevada State Bar’s Nevada Lawyer magazine, November 2009)
Carol Davis Zucker and Edwin A. Keller, Jr.

The Ever-Evolving Claim of Sexual Harassment
(Originally published in the March 2007 edition of Communiqué, the official publication of the Clark Country Bar Association)
Jody M. Florence and R. Todd Creer

Vigorous Law Enforcement – Vegas Style: Dealing With The EEOC And Its Las Vegas Office
(Originally published in the Nevada State Bar’s Nevada Lawyer magazine, May 2007)
Carol Davis Zucker and Edwin A. Keller, Jr.

Lipstick and Lawsuits: Can Sexual Stereotyping Claims Successfully Combat “Appearance Discrimination”
International Association of Defense Counsel Newsletter, July 2005)
Gregory J. Kamer, Edwin A. Keller, Jr., and Josh Norris

Give Me $5 Chips, a Jack and Coke – Hold the Cleavage: A Look at Employee Appearance Issues in the Gaming Industry
( Gaming Law Review, 2003)
Gregory J. Kamer and Edwin A. Keller, Jr.

A Psycholegal Perspective: The Lack of Neuropsychological Examination Following Significant Brain Trauma Can Be Costly
Advances in Medical Psychotherapy and Psychodiagnosis, 2002-2003)
Lewis M. Etcoff, Ph.D., Karen E. Sims, A.B.P.N., Scott M. Abbott, and Michelle G. Carro, Ph.D.

Arbitration of Employment Discrimination Claims: Do Businesses Really Want to Go There?
Clark County Bar Association Communiqué, October 2001)
Carol Davis Zucker and Gregory J. Kamer

Clark County School District vs. Breeden: The Supreme Court Provides a Timely Reminder of the “Basics” of Employment Harassment and Retaliation
Nevada Lawyer, October 2001)
Carol Davis Zucker and Edwin A. Keller, Jr.

Case Decisions

Order Granting Motion to Dismiss, in Stephen A. Nabozny v. NCS Pearson, Inc. (July 7, 2003)CSC/DynCorp, C. Martin Company, Inc., United Association of Journeymen and Apprentices of the Plumbing and Pipefitting Industry, Local 525 and Teamsters, Chauffeurs, Warehousemen And Helpers, Local 631, 2007 WL 4824106, Lab. Arb., April 30, 2007

Clark County School District v. Breeden, 532 U.S. 268 (2001)

Desert Palace, Inc. (dba Caesars Palace), 336 N.L.R.B. 271 (2001)

Nevada Employment Security Department v. Holmes, 112 Nev. 275 (1996)

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