Labor and employment partner Erika Collins contributed six chapters to The Employment Law Review’s 13th edition, which “analyses the most consequential current issues faced by multinational employers, including recent case law, legislative and regulatory changes and best practices.” Collins has served as editor of the publication since its inception in 2009.
Collins covers a variety of international employment law topics, including challenges and adaptations to the pandemic, the global impact of the #MeToo movement, issues in cross-border M&A transactions, global diversity, social media and religious discrimination. The publication also features country-specific chapters that detail the legal environment and developments of 38 jurisdictions around the world. Faegre Drinker contributed the United States and United Kingdom chapters.
In the editor’s preface, Collins thanks labor and employment partners Alex Denny and Nicole Truso, counsel Jill Zender and Emma Vennesson, and associates Katherine Gordon, Caroline Guensberg, Charlotte Marshall and Kerry Zaroogian.