I have written the following.
G. Pivateau and G. Nerger, The Worker Classification Dilemma: The IRS Test and the Platform Economy, Texas Tech Law Review (forthcoming 2021).
G. Pivateau and A. Washington, Prospects and Pitfalls: Confronting Sexual Harassment in the Legal Cannabis Industry, 28 American University Journal of Gender, Social Policy & Law 1 (2020).
G. Pivateau, Opposite Sides of the Same Coin: Worker Classification in the New Economy, 37 Hofstra Labor & Employment Law Journal 95 (2019).
G. Pivateau, Defining the Scope of Employment Law: Innovation, Entrepreneurship, and Employment, Revue Lamy de Droit des Affaires (2019).
G. Pivateau, An Argument for Restricting the Blue Pencil Doctrine, 7 Belmont Law Review 1 (2019).
G. Pivateau, The Prism of Entrepreneurship: Creating a New Lens for Worker Classification, 70 Baylor Law Review 595 (2018).
G. Pivateau, Mandating Individual Arbitration: The Legality of Class Action Waivers in Employment Arbitration Agreements, 52 Gonzaga Law Review 541 (2017).
G. Pivateau, Enforcement of Noncompete Agreements: Protecting the Public Interest Through an Entrepreneurial Approach, 46 St. Mary’s Law Journal 483 (2015).
G. Pivateau, Rethinking the Worker Classification Test: Entrepreneurship, Employees, and Empowerment, 34 Northern Illinois University Law Review 67 (2013).
G. Pivateau, Private Resolution of Public Disputes: Employment, Arbitration, and the Statutory Cause of Action, 32 Pace Law Review 114 (2012).
L. Lucas and G. Pivateau, Attorneys and Entrepreneurs: Creating Value for Small Business Startups, 18 Texas Wesleyan Law Review 717 (2012).
G. Pivateau, A Standard of Reasonableness: Constraining Mandatory Arbitration Clauses in Employment Agreements, 22 Southern Law Journal 169 (2012).
G. Pivateau, Preserving Human Capital: Using The Noncompete Agreement to Achieve Competitive Advantage, 4 Journal of Business, Entrepreneurship, and Law 319 (2011).
G. Pivateau, Reconsidering Arbitration: Evaluating the Future of the Manifest Disregard Standard, 21 Southern Law Journal 41 (2011).
G. Pivateau, Putting the Blue Pencil Down: An Argument for Specificity in Noncompete Agreements, 86 Nebraska Law Review 672 (2008).
G. Pivateau, Tackling the Competitive Sports Doctrine: A New Proposal for Sports Injuries in Texas, 9 Texas Review of Entertainment & Sports Law 85 (2007).