Employment-related legal liability affects many different types of law practices. Your clients may want to pursue legal remedies against employers. Corporate clients may face employee lawsuits or need to create workplace policies to avoid legal risks. This course prepares you to handle basic employment law inquiries by showing you how employment litigation works. Topics of discussion include:
- Types of employment litigation, e.g. harassment, discrimination, retaliation
- Practical tips for dealing with employment law matters
- Learning to spot situations that are either high-risk, but hidden as well as threats that seem serious but actually are not
About the Instructor
Pam Teren has been litigating employment cases since 1990. Ms. Teren began her practice at PaulHastings, representing employers. In 1995, Ms. Teren co-founded Abrolat & Teren, LLP, a firm focused on representing employees. In 2008, Ms. Teren founded Teren Law Group, which also focuses on representing employees and handles all types of employment cases including sexual harassment, sex discrimination, race discrimination, racial harassment, disability discrimination disability harassment, religion-based discrimination, national origin discrimination, failure to accommodate, retaliation, whistleblower cases, wage violations, labor code claims, contract claims and all other employment litigation matters.