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Elizabeth C. Tippett

Elizabeth C. Tippett

Assistant Professor, School of Law, University of Oregon

Professor Tippett writes about ethics, employment law, and the intersection of law and technology. She is a co-author of the Fifth Edition of the West Academic textbook, Employment Discrimination & Employment Law: The Field as Practiced, along with Samuel Estreicher & Michael Harper. Her research on disparate impact litigation was cited by the United States Court of Appeals and the Iowa Supreme Court.

Professor Tippett is the Faculty Co-Director for the Master’s Program in Conflict and Dispute Resolution at the University of Oregon. Before joining the faculty, Professor Tippett was an employment law attorney at Wilson Sonsini Goodrich & Rosati. Professor Tippett earned her law degree at Harvard Law School in 2006.

Lawyers keep secrets locked up – so they get asked to do the dirty work

Apr 12, 2018 14:47 pm UTC| Insights & Views Law Politics

Lawyers seem to at the center of lot of scandals lately. President Donald Trumps personal lawyer, Michael Cohen, whose office and hotel were raided by the FBI, is only the latest example. Harvey Weinsteins law firm...

Companies need confidentiality clauses – but not to muzzle sexual abuse victims

Nov 22, 2017 02:27 am UTC| Insights & Views Law

Harassment and abuse accusations against Harvey Weinstein and other prominent men, like Bill OReilly, have revealed a trail of settlement agreements in their wake, many of which contained language that prevented victims...

US under Trump Series

Why Trump's tirades are losing their potency

Sep 21, 2017 14:35 pm UTC| Insights & Views Politics

President Trump on Sept. 19 gave his inaugural speech to the United Nations General Assembly, where he characterized North Korean dictator Kim Jong-un as a rocket man on a suicide mission. He also threatened to totally...

Uber's dismissive treatment of employee's sexism claims is all too typical

Mar 01, 2017 07:32 am UTC| Insights & Views Law

Uber has suffered a spate of bad publicity in recent days after allegations of harassment and discrimination from a former software engineer. In a blog post, Susan Fowler described being propositioned by her supervisor...

How timekeeping software helps companies nickel and dime their workers

Jan 12, 2017 14:21 pm UTC| Insights & Views Law

If you work on an hourly basis, you may not have given much thought to what happens to your hours after you log out of your workstation. You might assume those hours are simply converted into dollars and show up on your...

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Economy

New Zealand bonds mixed after GlobalDairyTrade price index improves, albeit in red

The New Zealand bonds closed mixed Wednesday after global dairy prices improved, albeit still in the negative zone at the latest GlobalDairyTrade (GDT) price auction, held late yesterday. At the time of closing, the...

Australian bonds gain on hopes of deterioration in September employment change; jobless rate seen steady

Australian government bonds gained across the curve during Asian session Wednesday as investors hope to see a deterioration in the countrys employment report for the month of September, scheduled to be released on October...

The private sector, agriculture and climate change. Connecting the dots

Agriculture plays a key role in food security in Africa. It is also crucial to the economic sector, accounting for between 40%-65% of jobs. Farming is expected to remain an important livelihood for decades to come. At...

True "innovation" generates ideas not wealth

Ancient innovators were poets, thinkers, artisans and scientists, not business owners. The classical Greek philosopher Socrates did not become famous for the massive dividends that he provided to his shareholders in the...

Big firms voice lack of faith in 'cumbersome' and 'impractical' Emissions Reduction Fund

Four years after it was launched, the federal governments A$2.55 billion Emissions Reduction Fund (ERF) has still not attracted the participation of many of Australias highest-emitting companies. Our research on...

Politics

Coalition trails 47-53% in Newspoll, as Ipsos finds 74% oppose law discriminating against gay students and teachers

Two new polls have Labor maintaining a commanding lead as the parliament goes into a fortnight that will see a flurry of new government legislation, including to outlaw discrimination against gay students. Newspoll...

Challenge populism: re-inventing the world together

Democracies in the world are being rocked by a new wave of populism. Many scholars correctly analyse the flaws in populist discourse and practices. Populist politicians stoke fears and hate, exacerbate divisions and...

Four fundamental principles for upholding freedom of speech on campus

It goes without saying or at least it ought to that freedom of speech should be a core value of universities. As a scholar of freedom of speech and a university academic, it has been gratifying to see so many Vice...

Poll wrap: Labor slips in Newspoll, but gains in Ipsos, in Wentworth and in Victoria

This weeks Newspoll, conducted October 11-14 from a sample of 1,707, gave Labor a 53-47 lead, a one-point gain for the Coalition since three weeks ago. Primary votes were 38% Labor (down one), 37% Coalition (up one), 11%...

Boyer Lectures: the new eugenics is the same as the old, just in fancier clothes

This year marks the 60th anniversary of the ABCs Boyer Lectures. Delivered by Professor John Rasko, the 2018 Life Engineered lectures explore ethical and other issues around gene therapy and related technologies, and their...

Science

Boyer Lectures: gene therapy is still in its infancy but the future looks promising

This year marks the 60th anniversary of the ABCs Boyer Lectures. Delivered by Professor John Rasko, the 2018 Life Engineered lectures explore ethical and other issues around gene therapy and related technologies, and their...

NASA wants to send humans to Venus – here's why that's a brilliant idea

Popular science fiction of the early 20th century depicted Venus as some kind of wonderland of pleasantly warm temperatures, forests, swamps and even dinosaurs. In 1950, the Hayden Planetarium at the American Natural...

How we can turn the tide for women in science

For the first time in 55 years, a woman has won the Nobel Prize in physics Prof. Donna Strickland. This win has publicly highlighted that women are still under-represented in science, particularly in physics. As a...

How astrophysics could transform the treatment of cystic fibrosis and other rare diseases

Its a cruel disease which dramatically shortens life expectancy. One in 25 Europeans carry the cystic fibrosis gene and, in the UK, about 10,400 people currently have the condition. But people are living longer and longer...

Why more women don't win science Nobels

One of the 2018 Nobel Prizes in physics went to Donna Strickland, a major accomplishment for any scientist. Yet much of the news coverage has focused on the fact that shes only the third female physicist to receive the...

Technology

Google Pixel 3 Release Date, Specs: Is Google Coming Out with a Dead Phone So Close to When It Goes to Market?

The Google Pixel 3 was unveiled to the world as the modern ages prime Android smartphone platform for any true aficionado. But it looks like the Google Pixel 3 has problems under the hood that may take any excited buyer by...

OnePlus 6T Release Date, Specs: Device Comes with Android 9.0 Pie?; Features Confirmed Before the Unveiling Event

Unlike other smartphone manufacturers, OnePlus is less secretive even when it comes to its upcoming flagships. Several features of the OnePlus 6T have been confirmed, including the version of the pre-installed Android...

‘Red Dead Redemption 2’ Release Date, Pre-Order Guide: Get Bonus Content by Pre-Ordering the Game

With Red Dead Redemption 2 slated to hit the shelves on Oct. 26, now may be the right time to reserve a copy of the game. So what are the bonuses available to those who pre-order? As noted by Rockstar Games, all...

‘GTA 6’ Release Date, Update: Game Set in Both U.S.A. and South America?

GTA 6 continues to be one of the hottest topics in the video game industry even though the game doesnt really exist yet. But over the months, many have speculated that Rockstar Games will eventually commit their resources...

MacBook Air 2018 Release Date, Market, Speculations: Does the Subnotebook Exist?

The MacBook Air is perhaps one of the least popular products of Apple in recent years, lagging behind the Dell XPS 13 and the Microsoft Surface Pro. The Cupertino-based tech giant hasnt given the device much attention...
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60419 AUD

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60298 AUD

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5 %

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5.3 %

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