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Whether you are a solo, in a firm with others, or working in a firm with multiple locations, you aim for a plaintiffs’ employment practice that thrives, not just survives. In this panel, practitioners from different size offices from across the country will offer practice to help you do that no matter where you are—even in a political climate and in geographic locations that many consider to be hostile to employees’ claims. While the panelists cannot guarantee your client’s victory in every case, they can and will offer you some of their own secrets of success in helping workers.
This course has been approved in CA, OK, VT and IL. Please see your state's MCLE site for more information or to find out if attorneys may earn credit through reciprocity or self-submission.
Alicia K. Haynes Alicia K. Haynes practices exclusively in the area of plaintiff's employment law. She is the current President of NELA and serves on the executive boards of NELA-Alabama and the Labor and Employment Section of the Alabama State Bar. In 1995, Ms....MoreAlicia K. Haynes practices exclusively in the area of plaintiff's employment law. She is the current President of NELA and serves on the executive boards of NELA-Alabama and the Labor and Employment Section of the Alabama State Bar. In 1995, Ms. Haynes successfully litigated a sexual harassment and hostile work environment case resulting in an $8 million verdict, and in 2002, she litigated a race discrimination case that stemmed from the denial of promotions to two African American men where the jury rendered a verdict of $3.5 million. Ms. Haynes has practiced law with her brother Kenny Haynes in Birmingham, Alabama for over 20 years, and they have tried many cases together. Recently, they secured $1.2 million and $800,000 jury verdicts in ADEA cases; a $5.75 million jury verdict in a sexual harassment and retaliation case; and a $2.7 million verdict for a victim of egregious sexual harassment. Ms. Haynes has been recognized for the last seven years in the separate editions of Best Lawyers in America, Super Lawyers, and The Best Lawyers in Alabama in the area of Labor and Employment Law. Collapse
Tae Sture Tae Sture is the founder of Sture Legal Services, LLC in Indianapolis, IN, which serves clients in the areas of small business, employment, and social security disability law, as well as providing mediation services. The firm represents employers and...MoreTae Sture is the founder of Sture Legal Services, LLC in Indianapolis, IN, which serves clients in the areas of small business, employment, and social security disability law, as well as providing mediation services. The firm represents employers and employees in areas of public and private sector employment law, including: sexual harassment, wage claims, EEOC, discrimination, small business defense, and unemployment appeals. Collapse
June 28, 2018
Program Titles and Supporting Materials
This program contains the following components:
Keeping A Practice Thriving In Hostile Territories & Trying Times - Audio
Keeping A Practice Thriving In Hostile Territories & Trying Times - Paper
How To Attend
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Where applicable, credit will be only awarded to a paid registrant completing
all the requirements of the program as determined by the selected accreditation authority.