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They'd Better Watch What They Say

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Date Published

September 24, 2015


California Employment Lawyers Association




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How plaintiffs employment attorneys can identify, establish, preserve, revive, use, and win defamation cases.

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Paul A. Greenberg

PAUL A. GREENBERG is managing partner of Greenberg & Weinmann, a law firm that is committed to advancing justice in the... Read More

Christopher H. Whelan

CHRISTOPHER H. WHELAN's practice is focused on discrimination and defamation in employment. He received a B.A. in economics... Read More

J. Bernard Alexander, III
Alexander Morrison + Fehr LLP

J. Bernard Alexander, III prosecutes demanding private and public sector employment cases. He has tried over sixty cases to... Read More

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Program Titles and Supporting Materials

This program contains the following components:

They'd Better Watch What They Say - Video
They'd Better Watch What They Say - Seminar Materials
Potholes On The Defamation Super Highway - Handout
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How to Attend

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