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Proving Damages In Employment Trials, NELA 2020 Annual Convention

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Date Published

July 8, 2020


National Employment Lawyers Association


2020 Annual Convention, Damages, Experts, Trial Advocacy


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Proving damages is essential to litigating any successful employment case. Our panel of experts address the most effective ways to prove economic & non-economic damages, including when & how to use experts, and how to ask judges & juries for money, both in jurisdictions where asking for a specific amount is allowed & jurisdictions where it isn’t.

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James H. Kaster

James H. Kaster is an experienced trial lawyer who concentrates on representing plaintiffs in employment cases. He has... Read More

J. Bernard Alexander, III
Alexander Krakow + Glick, LLP

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

Alicia K. Haynes

Alicia K. Haynes practices exclusively in the area of plaintiff's employment law. She is the current President of NELA and... Read More

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Program Titles and Supporting Materials

This program contains the following components:

Proving Damages In Employment Trials - Video
Proving Damages In Employment Trials - Slide Handout
Proving Damages In Employment Trials - Paper
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