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What Employment Lawyers Are Learning


Posted by Phin, Don at Thursday, 05/10/2012 10:35 am
 
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Here’s a partial list of training topics available this year for California employment law attorneys. This list, which applies in every state, should give businesses fair warning about some types of litigation they might face:

RIFS — How to Do It Right
Insider Tips and Tactics — The Art of Taking a Killer Employment Deposition
The NLRB: What Every Labor and Employment Lawyer Needs to Know
Use of Liability Experts in Harassment Litigation
Managing Leaves: A Practical Guide for Employers and Employees
Wage & Hour Class Action Update
Ground Zero: An Expert Approach to Interviewing Techniques
Data Privacy: The New Frontier
Tracking Them Down: Techniques for Finding Witnesses, Former Employees and Other Information
Using Digital Evidence in Workplace Investigations
The “New Hire” — Independent Contractor or Employee?
ADR: Issues and Trends
Litigating Harassment Cases: On the Job Harassment Because of Sex, Race or Other Protected Characteristics
Wage & Hour Class Actions after AT&T Mobility v. Concepcion

Bear in mind that these are only a few potential sources of litigation.


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