Presented by the Labor & Employment Law Section.
LACBA's Labor and Employment Law Section breakfast programs continue virtually. This one, hosted by JAMS, will explore the availability of discovery in employment arbitrations. The program will focus first on the meaning of the term "adequate" discovery, as set forth in the California Supreme Court's landmark Armendariz case, which allows employers to require employees to arbitrate all claims. It will cover the differences between obtaining discovery in arbitration, as opposed to in court. Then the program will focus on the recent decision in Aixtron, Inc. v. Veeco Instruments, Inc, which in most instances bars discovery from third parties in arbitration.
Originally Recorded 1/28/21
Barbara Reeves, experienced arbitrator
Deborah Saxe (Moderator)
Joel Grossman (Moderator)
1 Hour of General CLE Credit.
This On Demand Program is a streaming video presentation. Upon Purchase, you will receive a confirmation email with a link to access the program and download the program materials PDF file. Once you have completed the program a certificate will be generated and emailed to you within 1-2 business days.
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Product Code: 012821LABOD