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EEOC Practice And Procedure Done Right, NELA 2020 Annual Convention

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Date Published

July 8, 2020


National Employment Lawyers Association


2020 Annual Convention, Federal Court


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This panel is for those who want to expand their practices to represent federal employees on their EEO claims or need the latest update on the recent decisions affecting Federal sector EEO claims. Seasoned practitioners and an EEOC judge explain the practice and procedures you need to know to represent federal employee competently and aggressively at all stages of EEO claims, and how to evaluate a possible jump to federal court.

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Doris J. Dabrowski

Doris J. Dabrowski practices law in Philadelphia, Pennsylvania. Her practice focuses on employee benefits and public employee... Read More

Michelle F. Bercovici

Michelle F. Bercovici is a partner with Alden Law Group and represents federal employees across the globe as well as private... Read More

Ricardo J.A. Pitts-Wiley

Ricardo J.A. Pitts-Wiley is a partner on the firm's federal employment law team. He has over 10 years of experience in the... Read More

Allyson S. Jozwik
Administrative Judge - Philadelphia District Office of the Equal Employment Opportunity Commission

Allyson S. Jozwik has been an Administrative Judge in the Philadelphia District Office of the Equal Employment Opportunity... Read More

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Program Titles and Supporting Materials

This program contains the following components:

EEOC Practice And Procedure Done Right - Video
EEOC Practice And Procedure Done Right - Slide Handout
Representing Federal Employees: Where and How to Litigate Your Claim - Paper
Appendix: Sample Initial Orders and Case Management Orders - Paper
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