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The Nuts & Bolts Of Litigating Sexual Harassment & Assault Cases, NELA 2020 Annual Convention

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July 10, 2020


National Employment Lawyers Association


2020 Annual Convention, Sexual Harassment


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This panel of experienced litigators explores the nuts & bolts of litigating sexual harassment and sexual assault cases in the #MeToo era. The topics include discussion of arbitration as opposed to court; proceeding under a pseudonym; nondisclosure agreements; how to handle sensitive emotional distress issues; how to limit discovery of medical evidence; state laws that provide greater coverage; problems of protecting contractors or undocumented workers; gathering support from victims’ rights and women’s groups; and mediation of sexual harassment cases.

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Nina T. Pirrotti

Nina T. Pirrotti is a partner with the law firm of Garrison, Levin-Epstein, Fitzgerald & Pirrotti P.C. Nina represents... Read More

Lynne Bernabei

Lynne Bernabei has been litigating employment discrimination, civil rights, and whistleblower protection cases for over... Read More

Kalpana Kotagal

Kalpana Kotagal is a Civil Rights & Employment Partner at Cohen Milstein and co-author of the "Inclusion Rider,"... Read More

Marc J. Siegel

Marc J. Siegel is the Founder and Managing Partner of Siegel & Dolan in Chicago. After starting his career on the... Read More

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Program Titles and Supporting Materials

This program contains the following components:

The Nuts & Bolts Of Litigating Sexual Harassment & Assault Cases - Video
Fellow Law Student - Paper
Fighting Back Against Sexual Harassment - Paper
Me Too - Paper
The Role of Mediation in Resolving Workplace Harassment Claims - Paper
Top Tips for Representing Survivors of Sexual Harassment and Sexual Assault - Paper
Psychological Issues in the Workplace 2020 - Paper
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