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Representing Clients Who Have Multiple, Intersecting Claims, from NELA's 2018 Fall Seminar
Published by National Employment Lawyers Association

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...More
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...More
Originally Published
October 13, 2018

Program Titles and Supporting Materials
This program contains the following components:
  1. Representing Clients Who Have Multiple, Intersecting Claims - Audio
  2. Representing Clients Who Have Multiple, Intersecting Claims - Paper

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