What's New?

Coming Soon!

  • Presentation of my research on Access to Labor Justice in Central America under CAFTA-DR at the 5th Labour Law Research Network Conference which will be held online this year June 27-29, 2021

  • A book chapter on Enforcement of Labour Standards in Trade Agreements: the Case of Guatemala in the forthcoming Handbook on Globalisation and Labour Standards (Kimberly Ann Elliot, Editor), part of the Edward Elgar Handbook Series

Highlights in 2021:

  • An article in the International Labor Rights Case Law Journal on a recent report by the German National Contact Point on a case in the Indonesian garment sector brought under the OECD Guidelines on Multi-national Enterprises. There is a pay wall for most readers. Drop me a line and I will send you a copy.

  • An article in the American Bar Association International Labor and Employment Newsletter on the filing of the first petition filed under USMCA Chapter 23 on Labor by women farmworkers in Mexico alleging that the United States Governments has failed to meet its commitments by allowing rampant discrimination against women in recruitment, hiring, and treatment in the H-2 visa programs.

  • An article in the American Bar Association International Labor and Employment Newsletter on the January 2021 report issued by the Panel of Experts under labor provisions in the EU-Korea free trade agreement. For mini-compendium of significant initial responses to the EU-Korea Panel Report, see here for my post on A Little Bit of Lime

  • A piece in IntLawGrrls advocating for the inclusion of enforceable gender provisions in the proposed US-Kenya free trade agreement

Highlights in 2020:

  • My first piece in Regulating for Globalization on the report issued by the Mexican labor department in response to a sex discrimination petition filed under NAALC by migrant worker advocates

  • An article on COVID-19 in Panama as part of a really excellent and comprehensive special issue of the Italian Labour Law E-Journal For two compendia of useful international and comparative resources on COVID-19 and the workplace, see here and here.

Highlights in 2019: