Oct

    It's a Crying Shame (not to think about emotional distress damages in employment cases)

    1 PM EDT

    Emotional Distress Damages can significantly increase the value of a plaintiff’s claims.  Despite this, many practitioners on both sides of the bar fail to develop strategies for maximizing or minimizing these damages both during discovery and at trial.

     

    Plaintiff and defense attorneys will discuss best practices and creative strategies for dealing with emotional distress damages.  The moderator will present the panel with a few hypotheticals and ask each side to respond with how they would maximize or defeat the damages at issue.

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    It's a Crying Shame (not to think about emotional distress damages in employment cases)

    Event Details

    Format

    Web

    Date

    Oct 18, 2017

    2017-10-18T13:00:00-04:00 2017-10-18T14:30:00-04:00 It's a Crying Shame (not to think about emotional distress damages in employment cases)

    Emotional Distress Damages can significantly increase the value of a plaintiff’s claims.  Despite this, many practitioners on both sides of the bar fail to develop strategies for maximizing or minimizing these damages both during discovery and at trial.

     

    Plaintiff and defense attorneys will discuss best practices and creative strategies for dealing with emotional distress damages.  The moderator will present the panel with a few hypotheticals and ask each side to respond with how they would maximize or defeat the damages at issue.

    Sponsors

    Section of Labor and Employment Law

    Panelists

    Kathleen O Sedey

    Matthew Tae Phillips

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