CELA Tech Thursdays: Technology in Preparation and Presentation at Mediation, Arbitration, and Trial
Published by California Employment Lawyers Association
and National Employment Lawyers Association
for NELA Members
Duration: 75 minutes
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CELA Tech Thursdays: A Two Part Series CELA’s Technology Committee presents a two-part cutting-edge webinar on How to Best Use Technology in Pre-Litigation, Discovery, and Trial. This program will focus on the simple and practical ways that attorneys can use computer programs to assist them in all parts of employment litigation.
PREPPING FOR MEDIATION/ARBITRATION/TRIAL
a. Linking exhibits to transcripts
b. Choosing exhibits – refer to documents used in deposition transcripts
c. Key facts and annotations
d. Prepping documents & video clips
e. Create timeline from chronology
b. Video clips with running transcript
Flor Dery Associate - Horton Law Firm, Northridge, CA Flor Dery is a graduate of the University of California, Los Angeles, and Loyola Law School. Flor has been an associate at the Horton Law Firm from 2011 to present where she primarily practices plaintiff-side employment litigation, including...MoreFlor Dery is a graduate of the University of California, Los Angeles, and Loyola Law School. Flor has been an associate at the Horton Law Firm from 2011 to present where she primarily practices plaintiff-side employment litigation, including representing employees in employment discrimination, harassment, retaliation, whistleblower, breach of contract, CFRA violations, labor code, and wrongful termination actions, and assisting employees with severance negotiations. Flor has served as second chair for Laura Horton of the Horton Law Firm at successful arbitrations, including Vo v. Valley Dodge, Inc. and Davis v. AccentCare Home Health of California, Inc., et. al. Flor is a member of the California Employment Lawyers Association (CELA), San Fernando Valley Bar Association, and Los Angeles County Bar Association. Flor is part of CELA’s Barristers Committee and Technology Committee. Flor recently spoke at the CELA Barristers Committee Kickoff Talk Show. Collapse
Zoë Tellman Associate - Dickson Geesman, Oakland, CA Zoë Tellman represents employees in employment discrimination, harassment, wrongful termination, retaliation, whistleblower, and breach of contract actions, as well as severance negotiations. Zoë is a graduate of the University of San Francisco and...MoreZoë Tellman represents employees in employment discrimination, harassment, wrongful termination, retaliation, whistleblower, and breach of contract actions, as well as severance negotiations. Zoë is a graduate of the University of San Francisco and Golden Gate University School of Law, where she graduated with honors and certifications in litigation and public interest law. Zoë is Vice-Chair of the California Employment Lawyers Association’s Barristers Committee, Employee-side Co-Chair of the American Bar Association’s Labor and Employment Law Section’s Technology Committee, and member of the National Employment Lawyers Association and Alameda County Bar Association. Zoë is a graduate of the American Bar Association’s Leadership Development Program. She recently spoke at the National CLE Conference in Aspen, Colorado on “How to Most Effectively Utilize Trial Exhibits in Employment Matters.” Collapse
March 23, 2017
Program Titles and Supporting Materials
This program contains the following components:
Technology in Preparation and Presentation at Mediation, Arbitration, and Trial - Video
Technology in Preparation and Presentation at Mediation, Arbitration, and Trial - Slide Handout
Expert Depo Notice - Paper
Peer To Peer Airplay Instructions - Paper
Sample Case Book - Paper
Videotape Script - Paper
Witness Depo Notice - Paper
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