|Production Date:||August 23 2010|
While companies these days do everything they can to avoid lawsuits, employment litigation is an inevitable, time-consuming, and costly reality for many employers and employees alike. In this compelling presentation, employment and labor law expert Richard Roth dissects the ins and outs of employment litigation and discusses the most common scenarios in which claims arise during and after employment. With reference to several seminal cases, Mr. Roth furnishes advice on drafting contract provisions concerning covenants not to compete, covenants not to solicit, and trade secrets, and outlines the procedures of a basic employment case. Other topics of discussion include tortious interference with a contract, fraud in the inducement, and disputes concerning discretionary bonuses. After viewing this highly informative introductory course, employment law practitioners will have a thorough understanding of how to help their employer clients avoid litigation as well as how to provide their employee clients with responsive guidance throughout the litigation process.
I. Introduction to Employment Litigation
II. “Employment Dispute” Defined
III. Litigation During Employment
IV. Litigation Post Employment
Sara (New York, NY)
Excellent concise overview.
glenn (orangeburg, SC)
Bo (Charleston, SC)
Garrett ( Long Beach, CA)
More time would have been great. Fantastic presenter
Edward (San Diego, CA)
Another excellent speaker - thank you!
Scott (Collierville, TN)
Very good speaker. Good content.
Michael (Nashville, TN)
best online CLE I've seen
OTTO (Fort Lauderdale, FL)
outstanding presentation/material - great speaker
Joshua (Memphis, TN)
Very clear and understandable explanation of the subject
brian (san francisco, CA)
James P (Pikeville, KY)
Robert (Commack , NY)
Judge Joel (Pacific Palisades, CA)
One of the better ones
Steve (lake zurich , IL)
John (Reston, VA)
Very good CLE; excellent presenter.
Neil (Naples, FL)
tracy (Montclair, NJ)
brisk, engaging and helpful-- thanks!
Kara (Washington, DC)
Thought it was well taught - nicely laid out - and executed perfectly. He had many good practice pointers and really good information!
David (Knoxville, TN)
This is an excellent presentation. I practiced in this area for over 20 years. This is an excellent recap and the best hour of CLE I have taken from law line, and this is the 45th hour I have taken in the last several weeks.
Ann (Cranford, NJ)
This is the best Lawline class I have seen so far. I am a very experienced litigator and I thought he did a terrific overview of the area of employment litigation.
Michael (South Plainfield, NJ)
Excellent course. Thank you.
STEVEN (WOODBRIDG, NJ)
very well done best one of the group
david (HOLMDEL, NJ)
very informative good real world info
Laura (Chatham, NJ)
excellent speaker, excellent written materials summarizing points- best program yet
George (Hampton, NJ)
Bradley (Wallingford, PA)
Rich is money!
Kenneth (North Plainfield, NJ)
Rock solid presentation. Great delivery!
Doris (Vernon Hills, IL)
Really good introductory overview
David B. (Orlando, FL)
Given the frequency that we get inquiries about this subject, this is an essential area ffor plaintiff practitioners to be aware of
Harry (basking ridge, NJ)
excellent seminar. hit all the right issues.
Ralph (Valrico, MA)
Lonnie Kay (Palm Beach Gardens, FL)
I practice in this area and the speaker was very knowledgeable.
Bridget (New York, NY)
Ferdinand (Cincinnati, OH)
One of the best seminars.
William (Riverside, IL)
Well done, good overview.
Jamilee (Rochester Hills, MI)
I enjoyed this review of employment litigation. Mr. Roth is very likeable.
Mary Ellen (La Grange, IL)
Kimberly (White Plains, NY)
Randall (West Palm Beach, FL)
Quite pertinent and practical for me personally as well as for clients.
Joseph (Louisville, KY)
Mr. Roth presented a very concise and informative summary on the bulk of non-union labor litigation. The outline was excellent.
Sandra E. (Tallahassee, FL)
Good examples that made the material clearer. Good case cites.
Anita (San Jose, CA)
Excellent! A load of info succinctly and clearly presented.
Kimberly (Dallas, TX)
Basic but generally need to know
Jacques (Studio City, CA)
David (Knoxville, TN)
Very interesting and timely.
Stephen C. (Oak Park, IL)
An excellent program for the novice employment law attorney and a fine review for the experienced lawyer.
Bopst (Miami, FL)
The speaker was excellent.
William (Willsboro, NY)
Monique (Brooklyn, NY)