Labor Laws

“When they see just a fraction of who you are…”

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This is not on the topic of data privacy, but I wanted to give a plug to an important book by Caroline Frederickson, former labor law attorney and aide to Senator Tom Daschle. The wonderful folks at Washington State Association for Justice had me review Ms. Frederickson’s book, Under the Bus: How Working Women Are Being Run Over. I just had a chance to start going through my mail, and found that they had featured my review on the cover page of this month’s Trial News.

I highly recommend the book, and hope that everyone can read it. No – it’s not a self-help book like Lean In. Ms. Frederickson explains some lesser known, eye-opening facts about the history of some of our labor laws. If you don’t have time to read it, you can get the gist of it from my review. BTW: the title of my book review was inspired by Michelle Obama’s speech to graduates of Tuskegee University.