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Employment Law Series: Discovery Through MSJ

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Date Published

July 9, 2020

Publisher

Consumer Attorneys Association of Los Angeles

Subjects

Employment Law

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Summary

Every case is only as strong as its foundation. In our second webinar of this four-part series on employment cases, learn how to build your case from the ground up in a way that will stand the test of Defendant’s dispositive motions through to trial. From those initial form interrogatories to deposing Defendant PMKs and experts, compelling evidence for similarly situated employees, and proving pretext, this webinar is your how-to guide for litigating employment cases.

This webinar is sponsored by ADR Services, Inc.: ADR Services, Inc. is one of the leading providers of alternative dispute resolution services in California. Founded in 1994 by Lucie Barron, the company has experienced remarkable growth, from having only a few conference rooms in Los Angeles to now operating offices in all major legal markets of California: Century City, Downtown Los Angeles, San Francisco, San Jose, Oakland, Orange County and San Diego.



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Presenters

Shannon H.P. Ward
The Aarons Law Firm

Shannon H.P. Ward is a Partner and Trial Lawyer at The Aarons Law Firm located in Calabasas, California, where she... Read More

Wendy Musell

Wendy Musell is a partner at the civil rights law firm Stewart & Musell, LLP, a bi-coastal law firm located in San... Read More

Lindsey Aitken

Lindsey Aitken is the Managing Partner at the law firm Aitken Campbell Heikaus Weaver, specializing in employment law. ACHW... Read More

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Program Titles and Supporting Materials

This program contains the following components:

Employment Law Series: Discovery Through MSJ
Employment Law Series: Discovery Through MSJ - Paper
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