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Discovery In Wage & Hour Cases, NELA 2020 Annual Convention

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Date Published

July 9, 2020


National Employment Lawyers Association


2020 Annual Convention, Arbitration, Damages, Discovery, Wage & Hour


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This panel discusses the frequent areas where disputes tend to arise and/or where early discovery is key for later success: (a) discovery about arbitration formation in connection with a motion to compel; (b) representative discovery (how do you make a discovery plan and how to you field employers' attempts to cherry-pick or make representative mean "all"); (c) common discovery disputes in wage and hour cases; and (d) discovery for purposes of calculating damages including what discovery you need to prove willfulness.

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Rachel Geman
Partner - Lieff Cabraser Heimann & Bernstein, LLP

Rachel Geman is a partner with Lieff, Cabraser, Heimann & Bernstein, LLP. She is the Chair of NELA/NY's Amicus Committee... Read More

Summer H. Murshid

Summer Murshid's practice focuses largely on federal class action wage litigation. Her work with the wage and hour practice... Read More

Rachhana T. Srey

Rachhana T. Srey has extensive litigation experience, primarily dedicating her legal practice to large-scale wage and hour... Read More

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Program Titles and Supporting Materials

This program contains the following components:

Discovery In Wage & Hour Cases - Video
Discovery In Wage & Hour Cases - Slide Handout
Discovery In Wage & Hour Cases - Paper
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