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The Basics 2018: Discovery

Employment cases are fact and document intensive.  Legal issues can range from the most basic to highly intricate. And the human dynamic brings a fascinating complexity to the litigation. Discovery is also critical to the summary judgment phase.

 

1.5 hours MCLE Credit. 

Part 4 of 8 in our Basics Conference 2018: Employment Litigation series.

Employment cases are fact and document intensive.  Legal issues can range from the most basic to highly intricate. And the human dynamic brings a fascinating complexity to the litigation. Discovery is also critical to the summary judgment phase.

Program Highlights:

  • Disclosures
  • Fact discovery
  • Expert discovery
  • Written - what to ask for - what can your client give you
  • Depositions
  • Strategies specific to employment
  • Cost control
  • Evidence preservation letter
  • E-discovery
  • Personnel file
  • MeToo evidence
  • Employer initiated investigations
  • Financial discovery

Appropriate for new attorneys or those seeking a refresher course.

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Part 4 of 8 in our Basics Conference 2018: Employment Litigation series.

Employment cases are fact and document intensive.  Legal issues can range from the most basic to highly intricate. And the human dynamic brings a fascinating complexity to the litigation. Discovery is also critical to the summary judgment phase.

Program Highlights:

  • Disclosures
  • Fact discovery
  • Expert discovery
  • Written - what to ask for - what can your client give you
  • Depositions
  • Strategies specific to employment
  • Cost control
  • Evidence preservation letter
  • E-discovery
  • Personnel file
  • MeToo evidence
  • Employer initiated investigations
  • Financial discovery

Appropriate for new attorneys or those seeking a refresher course.

ANDREW H. FRIEDMAN

Andrew H. Friedman

Andrew H. Friedman, Helmer Friedman LLP, Beverly Hills, primarily represents employees in all aspects of employment law including not only individual discrimination, harassment and retaliation cases but also complex multi-party wage and hour class actions. In addition to occasionally representing employers and individual defendants, Mr. Friedman also conducts neutral fact-finding investigations into employment-related disputes. Mr. Friedman has handled a wide range of employment-related litigation in state and federal courts. He speaks and writes extensively in these areas. Mr. Friedman also represents clients in catastrophic personal injury, wrongful death, civil rights, and product liability cases. Mr. Friedman received his J.D. degree from Cornell Law School. Mr. Friedman is licensed to practice in California, Missouri, and the District of Columbia.

ANTHONY J. ONCIDI

Anthony J. Oncidi

Anthony J. Oncidi is a partner in the Los Angeles office of Proskauer Rose LLP, where he heads the firm's Labor and Employment Department. Mr. Oncidi received his J.D. from the University of Chicago Law School. His practice focuses on representing employers and management in all aspects of employment law, including wage-and-hour class actions and cases involving wrongful termination, trade secret violations, restrictive covenants, and whistleblower, harassment, and discrimination claims. He also advises and counsels clients on employment-related matters. Mr. Oncidi is a regular columnist for the Los Angeles Daily Journal and the California Labor and Employment Law Review, the official publication of the Labor and Employment Law Section of the State Bar of California.

Products specifications
SUBTOPICS General Interest
PRODUCT GROUP CLE
PRACTICE AREA Business Law
PRACTICE AREA Employment Law
Products specifications
SUBTOPICS General Interest
PRODUCT GROUP CLE
PRACTICE AREA Business Law
PRACTICE AREA Employment Law