Employment Litigation

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Course Description

Live Webcast - October 23rd, 2018

  • 2:00-4:15pm PST / 3:00-5:15pm MST / 4:00-6:15pm CST / 5:00-7:15pm EST

Winning a sexual harassment, discrimination or wrongful termination case requires much more than an employee claiming they were mistreated. No matter how outrageous the story might appear, these cases can be lost by technicalities or by an improperly prepared plaintiff’s deposition testimony. This course will cover the basics, requirements and most common pitfalls of prosecuting employment cases. We will provide an overview of most of the types of claims available to employees, the pre-litigation filing and notice prerequisites for discrimination related claims, and the notice prerequisites for certain wage and hour claims. We will discuss some of the ethical issues that often arise in the context of representing multiple employees and with contacting witnesses. We will discuss strategies to overcome common defenses, defeating dismissal motions and dealing with arbitration agreements. We will provide strategies for dispute resolution, discovery, and trial.



  • Pamela Teren
    Pam Teren has been litigating employment cases since 1990. Ms. Teren began her practice at PaulHastings, representing employers. In 1995, Ms. Teren co-founded Abrolat & Teren, LLP, a firm focused on representing employees. In 2008, Ms. Teren founded Teren Law Group, which also focuses on representing employees and handles all types of employment cases including sexual harassment, sex discrimination, race discrimination, racial harassment, disability discrimination disability harassment, religion based discrimination, national origin discrimination, failure to accommodate, retaliation, whistleblower cases, wage violations, labor code claims, contract claims and all other employment litigation matters.

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      • 2 General Credits
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    1. Initial Evaluation of a Matter
    2. Retaining a Client(s)
    3. Protecting the Claims/SOL Issues
    4. Contacting the Opposing Side
    5. Dispute Resolution
    6. Litigation

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