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Employment Law: origins and growth of regulatory and case law

The relationship between an entity and it employees gives rise to an ever growing body of law that has been titled Employment Law. Law today emanates from common law which is generally represented in case law, and from statutory law and regulations, which is generally the creation of legislative bodies.

Employment Law by and large is a creature of statutes created to try to regulate the workplace, and a series of cases that interpret the statutes. In your role as managers, or as business employees or owners, you probably will encounter situations in this area more frequently than in any other area of the law.

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Below is a draft providing greater comprehension of your subject as requested; I hope it helps. I dissected and defined terms in between parenthesis for easier understanding and provided more information to clarify Employment Law. Note that this posting was FULLY addressed in my words only, except where legal terms were quoted and cited accordingly. Links were duly supplied in case you need to do further research on topics; feel free to include me as one of your references, if needed.

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Michelle Lee, MBA, PhD (IP)
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* The relationship between an entity [entity is a "being" - person or organization] and its employees gives rise to an ever growing body of law that has been titled Employment Law [Employment Law covers ALL legal areas ...

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500+ words with references outlines the major points in the origins and growth of employment law.