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Samuel J. Cordes is a partner in the Pittsburgh law firm of Ogg, Cordes, Murphy & Ignelzi, L.L.P. He primarily represents plaintiffs in employment discrimination, ERISA and civil rights actions. The Pittsburgh Tribune Review has called Mr. Cordes "the Archangel of Employment Rights" in Western Pennsylvania; an "excellent and extremely creative lawyer, which makes him dangerous for the opposition." The Pittsburgh Post-Gazette has noted that Mr. Cordes is "extremely smart in the scholarly sense and has that practical street smart sense. You don't see that combination in too many lawyers." He often lectures on employment law topics for the Pennsylvania Bar Institute, as well as other local and national organizations. Mr. Cordes has tried to successful verdict 30 employment discrimination cases during the past 15 years. Some of his noteworthy appellate cases include: Fiscus v. Wal-Mart, 385 F.3d 378 (3d Cir. 2004); Armour v. County of Beaver, 271 F.3d 417 (3d Cir. 2001), cert denied, 535 U.S. 1079, 122 S.Ct. 1963 (2002); Hopp v. Pittsburgh, 194 F.3d 434 (3d Cir. 1999); Pivirotto v. Innovative Systems Inc., 191 F.3d 344 (3d Cir. 1999); Boyle v. Allegheny County, 139 F.3d 386 (3d Cir. 1998); Ryder v. Westinghouse Elec. Corp., 128 F.3d 128 (3rd Cir.1997), cert denied, 522 U.S. 1116, 118 S.Ct. 1052 (1998); Robinson v. Pittsburgh, 120 F.3d 1286 (3d Cir. 1997) and Brewer v. Quaker State Oil Refining Corp., 72 F.3d 326 (3d Cir. 1995).

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Program Details
2013 Annual Convention
Published by National Employment Lawyers Association
This bundle includes the following programs:
  • A Practical Guide To Settlement Negotiations, From NELA's 2013 Annual Convention
  • A View From The Bench: Persuasive Advocacy, From NELA's 2013 Annual Convention
  • Analyzing The Use Of Experts In Employment Cases, from the 2013 Annual Convention
  • Bias 2.0 & Summary Judgment, From NELA's 2013 Annual Convention
  • Countermoves For Evasive & Adverse Deposition Answers, from the 2013 Annual Convention
  • Discrimination Against Pregnant Women & New Mothers, From NELA's 2013 Annual Convention
  • Drafting Powerful Demand Letters, From NELA's 2013 Annual Convention
  • Electronic Discovery & Employment Litigation, From NELA's 2013 Annual Convention
  • Health Care Laws & Their Impact On Employee Rights, From NELA's 2013 Annual Convention
  • Hot Issues Under The ADAAA, from the 2013 Annual Convention
  • Is There An App For That?, From NELA's 2013 Annual Convention
  • Lessons Learned From Mock Trials, From NELA's 2013 Annual Convention
  • Maximizing Compensatory Damage Awards In Federal Sector Cases, from the 2013 Annual Convention
  • Obtaining Attorneys’ Fees Practically & Ethically, from the 2013 Annual Convention
  • Plaintiff’s Deposition Bootcamp, From NELA's 2013 Annual Convention
  • Presenting Trial Evidence & Shielding Against Objections, from the 2013 Annual Convention
  • Readying Your Case For Trial From Day 1, From NELA's 2013 Annual Convention
  • Preventing Gross From Being Really Gross, From NELA's 2013 Annual Convention
  • Preventing Workplace Bullying & Harassment, from the 2013 Annual Convention
  • Section 1981 Claims & How They Differ From Title VII Claims, from the 2013 Annual Convention
  • Social Media & E-Discovery In The Workplace, from the 2013 Annual Convention
  • Successful Techniques For Uncovering Bias Through Discovery, from the 2013 Annual Convention
  • The Equal Pay Act At Age 50, from the 2013 Annual Convention
  • The Summit For Workers’ Rights: Honoring Courageous Plaintiffs, From NELA's 2013 Annual Convention
  • Ensuring Employer Accountability In Multi-Tiered Employment Structures, From NELA's 2013 Annual Convention
  • Planning Ahead: Establishing An Advance Exit Plan To Protect Your Firm And Your Clients In The Event Of Your Disability Or Death, From NELA's 2013 Annual Convention
  • Practical Issues In Handling FMLA Cases, from the 2013 Annual Convention
  • Recent Developments In Whistleblower Protections & Using Them To Your Client’s Advantage, From NELA's 2013 Annual Convention
  • The Top 10 Defense Tactics New Lawyers Need To Know, from the 2013 Annual Convention
  • The Year In Review: Significant Developments In Employment Law, from the NELA 2013 Annual Convention
  • Today’s Big Fight In Civil Rights: Sexual Orientation & Gender Identity Discrimination, from the 2013 Annual Convention
  • Using The Employer’s Flawed Investigation To Support Your Case, From NELA's 2013 Annual Convention
  • What Every Plaintiffs’ Employment Lawyer Needs To Know About ERISA, from the 2013 Annual Convention
  • Who Is An Employee Or Independent Contractor Under Federal Employment Laws, from the 2013 Annual Convention
  • Winning Strategies For Handling Class & Collective Wage And Hour Actions, From NELA's 2013 Annual Convention
  • Winning With Written Discovery, From NELA's 2013 Annual Convention
  • Writing Motions In Limine That Matter & Strategic Use Of The Rules Of Evidence At Trial, From NELA's 2013 Annual Convention
  • Your Trial Is Over: Preparing For Post-Trial Motions, from the 2013 Annual Convention
  • Combating The Use Of Criminal Background Checks & Credit Reports In Hiring Decisions, From NELA's 2013 Annual Convention
  • Structured Settlements & Other Tax Strategies In Employment Litigation: Why Pay More?, from the 2013 Annual Convention
Readying Your Case For Trial From Day 1, From NELA's 2013 Annual Convention
Published by National Employment Lawyers Association
Credit: CA, OK, SC, VT, WV
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