Compelling Compliance with Document Production and Respective Sanctions

Published by Consumer Attorneys Association of Los Angeles


Summary

Martin and Jesse will talk about getting the documents you need in discovery, filing motions to compel, and getting sanctions. Specific topics include:

- The different procedures for compelling compliance in written responses to requests for production of documents and compelling documents production.

- Compelling production of comparator evidence

- Demystifying privilege logs

Presenters
Allison M. Schulman
Allison Schulman is the principal of the Law Offices of Allison M. Schulman, APC in Los Angeles. Her practice areas include employment litigation, discrimination, harassment, retaliation, wrongful termination, sexual assault, civil rights,...More
Martin Aarons
Martin Aarons was elected to the CAALA Executive Committee in 2019, and is an employment law trial attorney. He, along with his partner Shannon H.P. Ward, handle discrimination, harassment, and retaliation cases of all kinds, shapes, and sizes. As...More
Jesse Creed
Jesse Creed is a trial attorney with Panish Shea & Boyle LLP, working on a broad range of mass torts and class actions on behalf of individuals who suffer at the hands of profit-driven corporations. Currently, Mr. Creed represents over 8,000...More

Originally Published

July 7, 2020


Program Titles and Supporting Materials

This program contains the following components:

  • Compelling Compliance with Document Production and Respective Sanctions
  • Compelling Compliance with Document Production and Respective Sanctions - Paper

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