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Employment Law Series: Case Analysis

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July 23, 2020


Consumer Attorneys Association of Los Angeles


Employment Law


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Sometimes you win and sometimes you learn. In this final installment in our four-part series on employment cases, walk through some of the highs, lows, and lessons learned from two trial greats. Dolores Leal and David de Rubertis will go through some cases they’ve tried asking those end-of-battle questions: What worked? What didn’t? How do we grow from here?

This webinar is sponsored by Injury Institute Health Centers and Jusar Legal Service Center.

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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

Dolores Y. Leal

Dolores Y. Leal, a partner in our firm, specializes in sexual harassment, employment discrimination, and wrongful termination... Read More

David M. deRubertis
The deRubertis Law Firm

David M. deRubertis, the principal of The deRubertis Law Firm, APC, handles employment, catastrophic injury and contingency... Read More

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Program Titles and Supporting Materials

This program contains the following components:

Employment Law Series: Case Analysis
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