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When To Use Experts In Employment Cases, NELA 2020 Annual Convention

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July 10, 2020


National Employment Lawyers Association


2020 Annual Convention, Experts


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We're all familiar with the use of experts in criminal cases...but what about employment cases? Our panel of experts discusses how to determine if an expert is right for your case, how to work with expert witnesses, and even how to use your own client as an expert.

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Paige Fiedler
Fiedler & Newkirk, PLC

Paige Fiedler works in Des Moines at Fiedler Law Firm, PLC, the firm she founded in 2001. The firm has six attorneys and... Read More

Bruce C. Fox

Bruce C. Fox is a partner in the Pittsburgh, PA law firm of Obermayer Rebmann Maxwell & Hippel, where he focuses his... Read More

Dwight Steward, Ph.D.

Dwight Steward, Ph.D. is an economist and statistician, and principal of EmployStats since 1997. Dr. Steward often works on... Read More

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When To Use Experts In Employment Cases - Video
When To Use Experts In Employment Cases - Slide Handout
When To Use Experts In Employment Cases - Paper
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