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Cooperating And Collaborating With Other Plaintiffs’ Counsel In Wage & Hour Cases, From NELA's 2019 Wage & Hour Seminar
Published by National Employment Lawyers Association




Summary
Post-Epic Systems, it has become even more critical that plaintiffs’ counsel team up and work together to wage a strategic war against defendants. The panel addresses the different ways that counsel may collaborate with one another, types of co-counsel fee agreements, methods of allocating fees between firms, and what steps you should take to avoid filing on to$p of another plaintiffs’ lawyer. The panelists also provide insight about the “reverse auction” problem, the “first-filed” rule, and contests over who should be appointed as class counsel.

Presenters
Cornelia Dai
Cornelia Dai is a partner at Hadsell Stormer & Renick, LLP, a plaintiff-side law firm in Pasadena, California. Ms. Dai specializes in employment law and civil rights, with a focus on class actions and complex litigation. She has litigated a wide...More
Harris D. Butler, III
Harris D. Butler, III practices with the Richmond, Virginia firm of Butler Williams & Skilling, P.C. His practice focuses on representing employees in many areas of employment law, including handling individual and class claims under discrimination...More
Christopher McNerney
Originally Published
April 13, 2019

Program Titles and Supporting Materials
This program contains the following components:
  1. Cooperating And Collaborating With Other Plaintiffs’ Counsel In Wage & Hour Cases - Audio
  2. Cooperating And Collaborating With Other Plaintiffs’ Counsel In Wage & Hour Cases - Paper

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