Ms. Martin has authored the following publications, including law review articles, EEOC Policy
Directives and Book Chapters.

"911: How Will Police and Fire Departments Respond to Public Safety Needs and the Americans with
Disabilities Act?" 2 N.Y.U.  J. Leg. & Pol’y  37 (1998-1999)
(dedicated to the memory of Ms. Martin's father, Alfonzo Q. Martin, a New York
City police officer and firefighter)

"
Symposium on the Americans with Disabilities Act: Introductory Comments,"
8 Cleveland-Marshall Journal of Law and Health, Issues 1-2  (1993-1994)  
(published May 1995)

Sections 13.3(1), "Testers as 'Persons Aggrieved'," 15.4(6) "Tester Discovery &
Evidence," and 19.8 "The Availability of Damages for 'Testers,'"
Employment
Discrimination Law and Litigation
, by in Merrick Rossein, Clark-Board Company, LTD (New York)
(1992 Ed.),  (as supplemented in 1994).  

"
Whether 'Testers' Have Standing to File Charges of Employment Discrimination Against Employers,
Employment Agencies and/or Labor Organizations Which Have Discriminated Against Them Because of
Their Race, Color, Religion, Sex or National Origi
n," EEOC Policy Guidance No. 915-062, November
20, 1990, CCH EEOC Compliance Manual  2168.  See
http://www.eeoc.gov/policy/docs/testers.html

"Title VII Covers Military Contractor's Employment of Americans Overseas," EEOC Decision 90-1, CCH
EPG  6875.

"T
he Consideration of Arrest Records in Employment Decisions under Title VII of the Civil Rights Act
of 1964, as amended, § 2000e et seq. (1982)
," EEOC Policy Guidance No. 915-061, September 7, 1990,
CCH EEOC Compliance Manual  2094.

Stalker in the Workplace: ‘Personal Problem’ or Hostile Work Environment?” (in progress)

Lights, Camera, Discrimination!  ‘Playing’ the Victim Under Title VII” (in progress)
Law Offices of  Dawn V.  Martin, LLC
Publications,
Alfonzo Q. Martin
1929-1985