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Employment Law Symposium Spring 2020

Cutting edge issues, case law, legislative updates and effective strategies for resolving cases through mediation or trial

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    Explore new theories on, and interpretations of, hot topics in employment law and discover trends on the horizon. Hear legislative updates and case law updates from theUnited States Supreme Court and Massachusetts Supreme Judicial Court dockets. Learn best practices for discovery disputes in employment cases, how to avoid common pitfalls, and how to approach summary judgment in employment law cases. Join us fora lively discussion of the pressing employment law issues facing you and your clients today.

    Hone your litigation skills and explore strategies for obtaining the information and documents you need to prove your client’s case at mediation or trial. Consider strategies for successfully negotiating and resolving employment cases through alternative dispute resolution. Learn about the unique aspects of employment trials from employee-side and management-side experts, as well as former members of the bench. Hear trial tips, effective strategies, and practical techniques to help you be the best advocate for your client in court. Faculty members share their views on techniques they find persuasive, and provide valuable observations concerning successful interactions between the bench and bar.

    You won’t want to miss this all-new fast-paced dialogue on the employment law developments most important to your practice!

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