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Litigation Strategies in Employment Cases From a Plaintiffs, Defenses and Judicial Perspective - Recorded: 06/16/16

Litigation Strategies in Employment Cases From a Plaintiffs, Defenses and Judicial Perspective - Recorded: 06/16/16

Litigation Strategies in Employment Cases From a Plaintiffs, Defenses and Judicial Perspective - Recorded: 06/16/16

Robert Freedman, Maggie Grover, & Gary Gwilliam
Robert Freedman, Maggie Grover, & Gary Gwilliam
on behalf of Alameda County Bar Association

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Launch date: 09 May 2017

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Last updated: 26 May 2017

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Description

Please join us for a discussion on proven litigation strategies in employment cases.

Recorded: 06/16/16

Objectives

Our experienced panel of speakers will cover:
1. Case Evaluation Early Settlement Strategies Filing and Responding to Complaint
2. Selecting Claims and Venue Responding to the Complaint Judicial Perspective on Early Motion Practices
3. Discovery Perspectives Settlement Conference/Mediation Trial 
4. Jury/Non jury Bifurcation // Association of Counsel // Judicial Thoughts on Trial
Robert Freedman, Maggie Grover, & Gary Gwilliam

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Robert Freedman, Maggie Grover, & Gary Gwilliam
on behalf of Alameda County Bar Association

Judge Freedman was appointed in 1998 to the Alameda Bench and has served in civil and criminal departments. Before his judicial career, Judge Freedman was an attorney in private practice with the firm formerly known as Wald, Freedman, Chapman, and Bendes in Oakland for more than 25 years. He also served as an adjunct professor of law at John F. Kennedy School of Law, teaching courses on Creditor’s Rights and Debtors Remedies.

Bar ID: 43941

During her nearly 30 years as an employment attorney, Maggie Grover has represented both employers and employees, served as an expert witness, and assisted parties in resolving cases. She has conducted numerous jury and bench trials, as well as arbitrations and administrative hearings. In addition, Maggie conducts training on issues such as harassment, diversity, personnel practices, and violence in the workplace. She investigates, evaluates, and proposes remedial measures for claims. She updates company personnel policies, procedures, and employment agreements, and negotiates reduced rate.

Bar ID: 112701

An experienced plaintiff's attorney, Gary Gwilliam has tried over 180 jury cases, of which more than 150 were personal injury cases. He has handled major cases in every area of consumer law, including serious automobile and construction accidents, products liability, medical malpractice, bad faith insurance, civil rights (including police misconduct), wrongful termination and employment discrimination and harassment, and has recently specialized more in employment law.

Bar ID: 33430

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This course has been certified by or provided by the following Certified Organization/s:

  • State Bar of California
  • 2.00 Hours

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