Employment Law Trials: A Practical Guide, with CD-ROM
Trials in employment cases are different than other types of civil trials. Lawyers can make critical mistakes if they attempt to present an employment case to a judge or jury the same way they would present a personal injury or commercial litigation case.
Kerry E. Notestine draws on his 20 years of trying employment cases, as well as the collective experience of Littler Mendelson's 750 lawyers, to address each phase of a trial. While the book was written from the employer's perspective, all lawyers can learn from his insights.
This book is a practical guide and the first definitive, full-length treatment of how to try employment cases. It is designed to prepare the seasoned employment lawyer, junior litigation associate, or personal injury lawyer for the unique aspects of trying an employment case. The book provides practical information for:
Law firms that specialize in employment issues Employment departments of multi-practice firms Corporate legal departments Litigators who handle employment cases on a periodic basis Employment practices liability insurance lawyers
The companion CD-ROM contains the full text of the book as well as the full text of all cases referenced.
Specifications of Employment Law Trials: A Practical Guide, with CD-ROM
|Author||Littler Mendelson, P.C. Kerry E. Notestine|
|Number Of Pages||454|
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