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November 04, 2020

AELE case notes, publications, and seminars alert for November 2020

Gender Discrimination in Correctional Policies. New November AELE Law Journal article, https://www.aele.org/law/2020all11/2020-11MLJ301.pdf

Jail & Prisoner Legal Issues Seminar---Attend Live or Virtually On Demand.  A 3.5-day updated seminar on "Jail & Prisoner Legal Issues." A first: You can attend the seminar live or virtually on demand! The seminar will become available on Monday, January 25, 2021 and will remain open for 60 days. Another first is online registration and paymenthttps://aele.org/jail-law-seminar.html 

November Law Enforcement Liability Reporter: This issue has cases on assault and battery: handcuffs, dogs, false arrest/imprisonment: warrant, false arrest/imprisonment: unlawful detention, firearms related: intentional use, malicious prosecution, and public protection: hostages. http://www.aele.org/law/2020all11/LR2020NOV.pdf

November Fire, Police & Corrections Personnel Reporter:This issue has cases on arbitration procedures, collective bargaining: in general, disciplinary punishment, First Amendment, F.L.S.A.: administrative & executive exemption, handicap/abilities discrimination: reasonable accommodation, pay disputes, retaliatory personnel actions, workers’ compensation.  http://www.aele.org/law/2020all11/FP2020NOV.pdf

November Jail and Prisoner Law Bulletin: This issue has cases on COVID-19, First Amendment, medical care, Prison Litigation Reform Act: exhaustion of remedies, prison and jail conditions: radon, prisoner discipline, prisoner suicide, religion, sex discrimination, and sexual assault. http://www.aele.org/law/2020all11/JB2020NOV.pdf

 

AELE also offers more than 36,000 case summaries, divided into 700+ topics:

1. Law enforcement civil liability at http://www.aele.org/law/Digests/civilmenu.html

2. Employment law and discipline at http://www.aele.org/law/Digests/emplmenu.html

3. Jail and prisoner legal issues at http://www.aele.org/law/Digests/jailmenu.html

4. Electronic control weapons at http://www.aele.org/law/Digests/ECWcases.html

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