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Pitfalls To Avoid in Working-Up Employment Cases (Advocate Article)

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Date Published

April 1, 2012

Publisher

Consumer Attorneys Association of Los Angeles

Subjects

Employment Law

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Summary

Employment cases are fact and document intensive, often defended by large law firms and frequently involve ever-changing and evolving law. This combination produces much opportunity for error as plaintiff’s counsel works up an employment case for trial.

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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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