And Then What: Effectively Litigating & Protecting Immigrant Employees in California’s State Courts
Published by California Employment Lawyers Association
and National Employment Lawyers Association
Part 1 of CELA's "Undocumented Workers’ Rights in the Workplace" webinar series.
Join CELA’s Immigrant Employee Rights Committee for a nuts and bolts training on representing immigrant and undocumented workers in California state courts. Speakers will highlight relevant law, best practices, and important considerations for protecting immigrant and undocumented clients at each step of the litigation process and addressing specific issues that arise when prosecuting these cases, including threats of deportation, the interplay of immigration status and damages, the treatment of immigration status during discovery, and the advantages of litigating in state versus federal court.
CELA is a State Bar of California approved MCLE provider, #2292
Program Titles and Supporting Materials
This program contains the following components:
- And Then What: Effectively Litigating & Protecting Immigrant Employees in California’s State Courts - Video
- And Then What: Effectively Litigating & Protecting Immigrant Employees in California’s State Courts - Paper
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