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The Nuts & Bolts Of Litigating Harassment & Hostile Work Environment Claims, from NELA 2018 Fall Seminar
Published by National Employment Lawyers Association

Workplace harassment is not prohibited expressly by federal statute, and federal courts have been left to fill in the gaps regarding the legal standards that govern what constitutes unlawful conduct. As such, this area of the law can be quite complex, creating obstacles to vindicating the rights of those facing workplace harassment that are not present in other types of employment cases. Our advocates break down the components of a harassment case and identify the particular challenges—legal, factual, and practical—to litigating them effectively.

Valerie Brender
Valerie Brender litigates class action and individual employment law cases, including independent contractor misclassification, discrimination, whistleblower, and unpaid wages cases at Rukin Hyland LLP. She also advises employees on employment...More
Margaret A. Harris
Margaret A. Harris is a Partner with Butler & Harris in Houston, TX. She is a 1981 magna cum laude graduate from the University of Houston where she and her current law partner Kathy Butler met and became friends. She has an accounting degree, and...More
Stephen Montoya
As a child, Stephen Montoya thought about becoming a doctor or a priest. Ultimately, though, his passion for protecting hardworking families led him to the practice of law. As a civil rights litigator, Stephen’s skills and strategic thinking have...More
Originally Published
October 12, 2018

Program Titles and Supporting Materials
This program contains the following components:
  1. The Nuts & Bolts Of Litigating Harassment & Hostile Work Environment Claims - Audio
  2. The Nuts & Bolts Of Litigating Harassment & Hostile Work Environment Claims - Paper

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