Employment Litigation (RI): Defending Management in Adverse Actions [Small Firm]

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Employment Litigation (RI): Defending Management in Adverse Actions [Small Firm]

Postby LST Radio » Tue Oct 13, 2015 12:44 am

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Employment Litigation (RI): Defending Management in Adverse Actions [Small Firm]



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This episode is presented by The United States Air Force Judge Advocate General's Corp.

Employment disputes are wrought with emotions and interesting facts. They pit people against their bosses when, for example, the employee feels they have been discriminated against at work. These parties then resolve their disputes through state agencies, arbitrations, trials, and settlement negotiations.

Matt Parker, a 2009 graduate of Boston College Law School, represents management in these disputes. While he rarely finds himself in court, he often participates in adversarial proceedings like arbitration and administration hearings. In this episode, we'll hear about how he prepares for proceedings. We'll also learn about the finer details of employment litigation, such as burden shifting, different fee models, and venue shopping.

This episode is hosted by Aaron Taylor, a law professor at St. Louis University. It is sponsored by Barbri and Top-Law-Schools.com.

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