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Authorities You Should be Using

The 3-5 Most Useful Authorities I Have Discovered

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Date Published

October 16, 2020

Publisher

California Employment Lawyers Association

Subjects

Claims of Privilege by Defendants, Evidentiary Sanctions, Incentive Compensation, Legal Authorities, Trial Advocacy

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Summary

Ever wonder what the “go-to” authority is for a critical employment law principal? Seasoned practitioners share the key authorities they use in practice and how best to use them. Topics include: incentive compensation, claims of privilege by defendants, evidentiary sanctions, and trial advocacy.

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Presenters

Dustin Collier
Collier Law Firm, LLP

For the last nine years, Dustin Collier has served as a trial and deposition skills instructor for the National Institute for... Read More

Anne Costin
Founder - Costin Law Inc., San Francisco

Anne Costin went to college at UC Santa Cruz, and graduated from USF Law School in 2008. After working at The Dolan Law Firm... Read More

Dolores Y. Leal
Allred, Maroko & Goldberg

Dolores Leal is a partner with Allred, Maroko & Goldberg, specializes in sexual harassment, employment discrimination,... Read More

Shadie Berenji
Berenji Law Firm

After Shadie Berenji graduated from high school at the early age of fifteen, Ms. Berenji received her Bachelor of Arts degree... Read More

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Program Titles and Supporting Materials

This program contains the following components:

Authorities You Should be Using - Video
Authorities You Should be Using - Paper
Dustin Collier Materials - Paper
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