Employment lawyers know that "smoking gun" evidence of unlawful discrimination is a thing of the past. How then do employee rights lawyers discover and prove illegal workplace discrimination when "hidden," "unexamined," or "implicit" bias is involved?
Bias 2.0: What Every Employee Advocate Should Know will examine legal strategies and social science research that will help you to identify implicit bias in the workplace, challenge employment practices and decisions based on unexamined biases and explicit stereotyping, and establish the causal nexus between hidden bias stereotyping and your prima facie case.
This seminar will feature sessions on discovery, overcoming fact-finder bias at jury selection and in trial, the use of experts, successfully crafting remedies that address hidden bias issues, and much more.
This bundle has been approved for 11.75 CLE credits in CA, SC & VT and 14.1 CLE credits in OK & WV.
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