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David L. Kern graduated from the University of Texas at El Paso in 1979 and received his J.D. degree from the University of Texas School of Law in Austin, Texas in 1983 where he served as a Note Editor on the Texas Law Review. He is licensed to practice law in Texas and the District of Columbia and has been Board Certified in Labor and Employment Law by the Texas Board of Legal Specialization since 1993. Mr. Kern’s fellow lawyers have recognized him in The Best Lawyers In America (2005–2012) and Texas Super Lawyers (2006–2012). Mr. Kern’s law practice includes FLSA collective actions, Title VII, ADEA, ADA, sexual harassment, workplace safety, retaliation, and whistleblower cases as well as traditional labor law. For nearly 20 years, he has conducted a nationwide practice in the representation of large groups of current and former employees in wage and hour class actions, successfully representing thousands of individuals in such matters throughout Texas, as well as in Arizona, California, Colorado, Florida, Hawaii, Illinois, Indiana, Kansas, Louisiana, Michigan, Mississippi, New Mexico, New York, Rhode Island, Virginia, Washington (state), and Washington, D.C. Mr. Kern is a frequent author and speaker on labor and employment law topics and has spoken at numerous local, regional, and national seminars as well as internationally at seminars in both Canada and Mexico. Since 1990, Mr. Kern has been an active member of the National Employment Lawyers Association (NELA). He presently serves on the National Executive Board of NELA, the Board of Directors for the Texas Employment Lawyers Association (TELA), and as the NELA/TELA Liaison to the West Texas Employment Lawyers Association (WTELA). Mr. Kern is also a longtime member of the American Association for Justice (AAJ) (formerly ATLA) and the National Lawyers Guild (NLG).

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Program Details
2016 Annual Convention Bundle
Published by National Employment Lawyers Association
This bundle includes the following programs:
  • Accommodating Religious Beliefs & Practices In The Workplace, NELA 2016 Annual Convention
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  • Advocating For The Rights Of LGBT Employees, NELA 2016 Annual Convention
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  • Best Practices For Taking & Defending Depositions, NELA 2016 Annual Convention
  • Co-Counseling & Cooperating With Other Plaintiffs’ Lawyers, NELA 2016 Annual Convention
  • Deferred Compensation Issues In Negotiating Severance Agreements, NELA 2016 Annual Convention
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  • ESI On The Offense: Holding Defendants’ Feet To The Fire, NELA 2016 Annual Convention
  • Ethical Pitfalls For Plaintiffs’ Employment Lawyers, NELA 2016 Annual Convention
  • FLSA Basics: Exemptions Galore & Much, Much More!, NELA 2016 Annual Convention
  • Forensic Mental Health Experts: Understanding Yours & Undercutting Theirs, NELA 2016 Annual Convention
  • Hot Topics In Wage & Hour Law, NELA 2016 Annual Convention
  • How To Win Harassment, Discrimination & Punitive Damage, Claims Without An HR Expert, NELA 2016 Annual Convention
  • If You Want To Defeat Summary Judgment Or Win At Trial, Think Like A Journalist, NELA 2016 Annual Convention
  • Implicit Bias In The Courtroom, NELA 2016 Annual Convention
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  • Jury Selection For Employment Cases, NELA 2016 Annual Convention
  • Litigating Under The New Federal Rules Of Discovery, NELA 2016 Annual Convention
  • Mediating Your Way To Success, NELA 2016 Annual Convention
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  • Picking A Winner, NELA 2016 Annual Convention
  • Planning For A Wage & Hour Trial—Starting With Discovery, NELA 2016 Annual Convention
  • Proving A Pregnancy Discrimination Case After Young v. UPS, NELA 2016 Annual Convention
  • Recent Developments In Representing Federal Employees: EEOC’s Management Directive 110, NELA 2016 Annual Convention
  • Representing The Executive Whistleblower, NELA 2016 Annual Convention
  • Successfully Representing Undocumented Workers In Employment Litigation, NELA 2016 Annual Convention
  • Taking Rule 30(b)(6) Corporate Depositions: Strategies For Success, NELA 2016 Annual Convention
  • The ABC’s Of Litigating Wage & Hour Collective And Class Actions, NELA 2016 Annual Convention
  • The Key Discovery Battles In Employment Law Litigation, NELA 2016 Annual Convention
  • The NLRA Covers Nonunion Employees Too!, NELA 2016 Annual Convention
  • The Year In Review: Significant Developments In Employment Law, 2016 Annual Convention
  • There’s No Smoking Gun: Proving Discrimination & Retaliation By Pretext, NELA 2016 Annual Convention
  • Using The Restatement Of Employment Law To Your Client’s Advantage, NELA 2016 Annual Convention
  • Who Is An Employer & Who Is An Employee?, NELA 2016 Annual Convention
  • Winning Strategies When Your Client Is Forced To Arbitrate, NELA 2016 Annual Convention
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2017 Seminar: Litigating Wage & Hour Cases
Published by National Employment Lawyers Association
This bundle includes the following programs:
  • How To Settle Without “Settling”, From NELA’s 2017 Seminar: Litigating Wage & Hour Cases
  • Litigating Claims On Behalf Of Low-Wage & Immigrant Workers, From NELA’s 2017 Seminar: Litigating Wage & Hour Cases
  • Litigating Wage & Hour Cases On Behalf Of Federal Employees, From NELA’s 2017 Seminar: Litigating Wage & Hour Cases
  • Navigating The Challenges in Representing Service Industry or “Tipped” Employees, From NELA’s 2017 Seminar: Litigating Wage & Hour Cases
  • Recovering Stolen Wages From “Fissured” Workplaces, From NELA’s 2017 Seminar: Litigating Wage & Hour Cases
  • Representing Workers In Motor Carrier Act Cases, From NELA’s 2017 Seminar: Litigating Wage & Hour Cases
  • Significant Developments, Recent Trends & Emerging Issues In Wage & Hour Law, From 2017 Seminar: Litigating Wage & Hour Cases
  • Strategies For Securing Wages In The Face Of Government Hostility & Under-Enforcement, From NELA’s 2017 Seminar: Litigating Wage & Hour Cases
  • Taking Effective 30(b)(6) Depositions In Wage & Hour Cases, From NELA’s 2017 Seminar: Litigating Wage & Hour Cases
  • The Nuts & Bolts Of A Wage & Hour Case From Intake To Resolution, From NELA’s 2017 Seminar: Litigating Wage & Hour Cases
  • The Scourge Of Bankruptcy: Successful Strategies To Collect Judgments & Prevent Employers From Dissipating Assets, From NELA’s 2017 Seminar: Litigating Wage & Hour Cases
  • Wage & Hour Litigation From The Defense Perspective, From NELA’s 2017 Seminar: Litigating Wage & Hour Cases
  • Winning Wage & Hour Trials Without Really Trying, From NELA’s 2017 Seminar: Litigating Wage & Hour Cases
Litigating Wage & Hour Cases On Behalf Of Federal Employees, From NELA’s 2017 Seminar: Litigating Wage & Hour Cases
Published by National Employment Lawyers Association
Credit: CA, IL, SC, VT
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