2013 Programs: Spring One-Day Program: Effectively Representing Immigrants In Employment Cases AND Preventing Wage Theft: A Two-Day Guide To Litigating Cases Involving Wages, Hours & Work
This first session focuses on the tremendous opportunities and particular challenges in representing immigrant workers, including practical strategies for successfully turning back employers’ attempts to use immigration status, abusive discovery, and counterclaims as swords; navigating cultural and linguistic elements during litigation; tackling the unique issues faced by immigrant clients in sexual harassment cases; and building innovative collaborations to obtain great results for your clients.
Also included in this bundle are 15 programs that address significant and emerging issues that arise under federal and state wage and hour laws. It is intended for employee rights practitioners who represent workers in individual, class, collective, and joint actions. Topics include recent legal developments under the FLSA, forced arbitration, proving wage theft, worker misclassification, retaliation, employer abuse of FLSA exemptions, defeating FLSA defenses, the use of experts, trial advocacy, ethical considerations, and more.
SeminarWeb and National Employment Lawyers Association programs are non-refundable.
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