This program is divided into two parts. The first panel will examine the issue of “Me Too” evidence and how it can be used or resisted during discovery and trial. The second panel will explore how the #metoo movement has affected corporate culture, from training to investigations to public relations, and how these cases are being litigated.
Erin M. Kelly, Law Offices of Scott R. Ames, P.C. (plaintiff), moderator
Laura L. Horton, Horton Law Firm, APC (plaintiff)
Julie Capell, Davis Wright Tremaine (defense)
Art Silbergeld, Thompson Coburn (defense), moderator
Gail A. Glick, Alexander Krakow + Glick LLP (plaintiff)
Olivia Goodkin, Workplace Investigations (neutral)
Jennifer A. Awrey, In-House Counsel at Amgen, Inc. (defense)
Mickey Mandelbaum, Prosek (neutral)
Written course materials will be distributed via e-mail prior to the program. Please make sure we have your correct e-mail address at the time of registration.
555 W. 5th Street, 32nd Floor
Los Angeles, CA 90013
Registration and Breakfast: 8:30 – 9:00 AM
Program: 9:00 AM – 12:30 PM
Breakfast will be provided.
The weekend rate for parking in the building is $14.75. (Entrance located on Olive Street, between 4th and 5th Street)
Pershing Square: $9.00 flat rate
Alternative parking options available here: http://losangeles.bestparking.com/.
3 hrs. General CLE Credit
CLE+ with Meal
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