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Harassment is in many cases the product of broader workplace cultures that permit a variety of forms of unlawful behavior to persist. As such, workers facing harassment often have potentially actionable claims involving other forms of discrimination, e.g., gender, national origin, pay, etc., as well as a higher risk of experiencing retaliation. Our panelists review the considerations that come into play when deciding whether and how to bring a case with multiple, intersecting causes of action. These include understanding the different substantive liability standards that may apply, acquiring and deploying evidence that may bear on multiple claims, and knowing when it might be in the client’s best interest to either not pursue or jettison certain claims.
Shaylyn Cochran Shaylyn Cochran is an Associate at Cohen Milstein Sellers and Toll PLLC and a member of the firm's Civil Rights & Employment Practice Group. Ms. Cochran represents female employees alleging sexual discrimination against one of the nation's largest...MoreShaylyn Cochran is an Associate at Cohen Milstein Sellers and Toll PLLC and a member of the firm's Civil Rights & Employment Practice Group. Ms. Cochran represents female employees alleging sexual discrimination against one of the nation's largest jewelry chains in Jock, et al. v. Sterling Jewelers Inc., a nationwide Title VII gender discrimination and Equal Pay Act case currently being litigated in arbitration. The case involves more than 60,000 current and former female retail sales associates who worked at Sterling stores throughout the country and have pay and promotions discrimination claims against the company. Ms. Cochran also is involved in a series of cases in Chicago alleging a pattern of race discrimination against African-American laborers, in which temporary staffing agencies and the client companies that they service have engaged in a practice of excluding African Americans from temporary laborer positions throughout the metropolitan area. Ms. Cochran earned her B.S. and B.A. from Ohio University, graduating summa cum laude and Phi Beta Kappa, and her J.D. from Harvard Law School, where she received the Dean's Award for Community Leadership. Collapse
Jennifer A. Reisch Jennifer A. Reisch is the Legal Director of Equal Rights Advocates (ERA), a national non-profit civil rights organization dedicated to protecting and expanding economic and education access and opportunities for women and girls. She leads ERA’s legal...MoreJennifer A. Reisch is the Legal Director of Equal Rights Advocates (ERA), a national non-profit civil rights organization dedicated to protecting and expanding economic and education access and opportunities for women and girls. She leads ERA’s legal team in making an impact through litigation, direct services, legislative advocacy, and community education and outreach. Prior to joining ERA, Ms. Reisch was a partner with the San Francisco law firm of Talamantes Villegas Carrera, LLP, where she represented workers in individual and class action suits challenging unlawful employment practices and other civil rights violations, and was named a Rising Star in employment litigation by Super Lawyers magazine four years in a row. Ms. Reisch has taught a bilingual course on Representing Spanish-Speaking Workers as an Adjunct Professor at U.C. Hastings College of the Law for five years, and previously taught at University of San Francisco School of Law. She is an active member of the California Employment Lawyers Association and serves on the East Bay Community Law Center’s Advisory Board. Ms. Reisch is a graduate of U.C. Berkeley (Boalt Hall) School of Law and Yale University. Collapse
October 13, 2018
Program Titles and Supporting Materials
This program contains the following components:
Representing Clients Who Have Multiple, Intersecting Claims - Audio
Representing Clients Who Have Multiple, Intersecting Claims - Paper
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