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They'd Better Watch What They Say
Published by California Employment Lawyers Association and National Employment Lawyers Association

How plaintiffs employment attorneys can identify, establish, preserve, revive, use, and win defamation cases.

Paul A. Greenberg
PAUL A. GREENBERG is managing partner of Greenberg & Weinmann, a law firm that is committed to advancing justice in the workplace and protecting employee rights. For over 25 years, (the last 20 with partner Iris Weinmann), he has handled legal claims...More
Christopher H. Whelan
CHRISTOPHER H. WHELAN's practice is focused on discrimination and defamation in employment. He received a B.A. in economics from UCLA in 1974, and his J.D. from Hastings in 1977. In 2009, Chris was nominated as one of the Daily Journal's Top 10...More
J. Bernard Alexander, III
Bernard Alexander represents employees in prosecuting demanding private sector and public entity litigation. He has tried over twenty-five cases to verdict, and has won six- and seven-figure judgments for claims of discrimination, harassment, and...More
Originally Published
September 24, 2015

Program Titles and Supporting Materials
This program contains the following components:
  1. They'd Better Watch What They Say - Video
  2. They'd Better Watch What They Say - Seminar Materials
  3. Potholes On The Defamation Super Highway - Handout

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