For nearly a decade, Litigating Employment Discrimination Cases has been a trusted resource for employment counsel, providing comprehensive coverage of the law, along with practice-proven tools for success. The coverage spans a wide range of topics: legal theories and proof of discrimination; case evaluation; pleading; discovery; summary judgment; alternative dispute resolution; and bankruptcy-related issues.
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You also receive pattern arguments supported by over 1,100 recent cases with parentheticals and pinpoint citations, pleadings, motions, discovery documents, deposition outlines, pitfalls to avoid and, most important, practice-proven tactics and techniques—as well as over a hundred forms in print and via Digital Access. Some of the areas covered include:
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CHAPTER 1 FEDERAL STATUTES PROHIBITING DISCRIMINATION
CHAPTER 2 THEORIES AND PROOF OF DISCRIMINATION
CHAPTER 3 RELATED STATE TORTS
CHAPTER 4 CASE EVALUATION
CHAPTER 5 PLEADING
CHAPTER 6 DISCOVERY
CHAPTER 7 EXPERT WITNESSES
CHAPTER 8 SUMMARY JUDGMENT PRACTICE AND PROCEDURE
CHAPTER 9 PRE-TRIAL PROCEDURES AND DOCUMENTS
CHAPTER 10 RESOLUTION WITHOUT TRIAL
CHAPTER 11 BANKRUPTCY ISSUES IN EMPLOYMENT LITIGATION
CHAPTER 12 INSURANCE ISSUES IN EMPLOYMENT LITIGATION