February 13, 2020 4th Annual Labor and Employment Law Conference

Page Four

These pages are a re-creation of the CD containing 208 papers and presentations given at the Fourth Annual Section of Labor and Employment Law Conference held in Chicago.

Law Practice Development and Management

“You Like Me, You Really Like Me” Competing for and Winning Work from Corporate Counsel:  Making the Most of RFP and Presentation Opportunities

“You Like Me, You Really Like Me” Competing for and Winning Work from Corporate Counsel:  Making the Most of RFP and Presentation Opportunities
Jeffrey J. Berardi, Melinda Caterine, William Daley, Hope Eastman,  Samantha Grant, Kymberly D.H. Hernandez, Steven Hymowitz, Tracy O’Flaherty and Arlene Switzer Steinfeld

Don’t Be a Dinosaur –From Facebook to Document Management Systems: Top Tips Whether You Are In a Mega-Firm or Solo Practice

60 Tech Tips in 60 Minutes
Catherine Sanders Reach

If You Are Failing to Plan, You Are Planning to Fail: Developing Your Own Winning Business Development Plan

Developing Your Own Winning Individual Business Plan
David J. Carr, VickiLafer Abrahamson, Denise K. Drake and William J. Flannery

No Elmer Fudd’ing!! Less Exhausting, More Productive Marketing
Denise K. Drake

Litigation

Fact Pattern

Digging for Dirt: Tips on Using Websites, Apps and Other Investigation Tools to Mine for that Golden Trial Nugget

Googling for Gold: Privacy Takes a Dirt Nap
Eric L. Barnum

Digging for Dirt: an Employer’s Lawyer’s Guide (Also Useful for Employees’ Lawyers)
Eric P. Blank

We’ll Just See What the Judge Says About That! When Motions to Compel and Motions for Protective Orders Are Necessary

The New Attorney-Client Privilege . . . How Will These Issues Play Out in Litigation?

The New Attorney-Client Privilege … How Will These Issues Play Out in Litigation?

Sample Defense Joint Engagement Letter

Defendant’s Motion Letter

Plaintiff’s Response Letter

We’re All In This Together: The Law and Practice of Joint Defense Agreements
Margo Pave

Amendments to Rule 26

Amendments to the Federal Rules of Civil Procedure

Order on Motion to Quash Subpoena

Social Media and Privacy Concerns
Carmelyn P. Malalis

 Employees’ Privacy Rights in the Digital Age
Wendi S. Lazar and Lauren E. Schwartzreich

Are You Smarter Than a 1L: Test Your Evidentiary & Rules of Procedure Knowledge

Recent EEO Developments in the U.S. Courts of Appeals – Evidence and Procedure
Paul W. Mollica

There is No Such Thing as 'The Perfect Witness': But for the Witness, I Would Have Won the Case

How To Deal With and Overcome Prior Inconsistent Statements
Marvin Gittler

Check List

Outline on Ethical Landmines in Communicating with Witnesses in Employment Law Case
James Kaster

There is No Such Thing as “The Perfect Witness”: But for the Witnesses, I Would Have Won the Case
Elaine Drodge Koch

Winning with Witnesses: A Survival Guide for the 21st Century
James B. Lees, Jr.

Summary Judgment, Part I: The Paper Fight – How to Advance Your Position

Summary Judgment Motions – The Plaintiff’s Perspective
Shona B. Glink

Summary Judgment Fact Pattern Union Perspective
Gregg M. Corwin

Effective Plaintiff’s Techniques To Defeat Summary Judgment Motions

Summary Judgment, Part II:
Oral Argument - The Final Fight Before Trial

Oral Argument - The Final Fight Before Trial
Hon. David H. Coar, Hon. John Tunheim, Maureen S. Binetti, Weyman Johnson, Jr., Richard Rosenblatt and Eric A. Tate

I’m Mad as Hell and I’m Not Going to Take It Anymore: Employee and Employer Counsel Share the Things that Opposing Counsel Do to Make Their Jobs Easier

Employee and Employer Counsel Share the Things that Opposing Counsel Do to Make Their Jobs Easier
Lawrence Ashe, Kelly M. Dermody, Lynne C. Hermle and William A. Widmer, III

Help! I Need Somebody – Not Just Anybody: I Need a Jury Consultant

Can Jury Consultants Make the Difference? A Plaintiff’s Perspective
Kathryn Burkett Dickson

Medical Experts: Is the Doctor a Help or Could the Doctor Use Some Help?

The Use of Medical Experts Pre-Litigation
David B. Calzone

The Care and Feeding (or Challenging) of Expert Witnesses
Leto Copely

The Price is Right: The Art and Science of Proving and Disproving Damages in an Employment Case

The Price Is Right: The Art And Science of Proving and Disproving Damages in an Employment Case
Edward Buckle, Geoff Weirich, Julie Richard-Spencer, Mary Baker, Dan Gallipeau and Mariann Wang

Damages from the Plaintiff Employment Lawyer’s Perspective: The Intake Process
Edward D. Buckley

Punitive Damages: The Juror’s Agenda
Dan R. Gallipeau

The Price is Right: The Art and Science of Proving and Disproving Damages in Employment Cases
Julie Richard-Spencer

Disproving and Limiting Monetary Relief in an Employment Discrimination Case
C. Geoffrey Weirich and Brian A. Stillwagon