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ProView Plus Print Litigating Age Discrimination Cases

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Format: Book and Electronic
Brand: Clark Boardman Callaghan
Copyright: 2008-2021
Service #: 30920966
Sub #: 30924730
Publication Frequency: Updated as changes in the law dictate
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ProView Plus Print Litigating Age Discrimination Cases

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With court-tested, step-by-step guidance from initial investigation through pleading, litigation, and model forms, Litigating Age Discrimination Cases deals with all aspects of age discrimination litigation. Use it to understand the latest developments in: • Date of adverse action • Facts surrounding alleged discriminatory act • Replacement for client • Recent caselaw and changes in the Federal Rules of Civil Procedure • Dollar value This title: • Includes recent court decisions interpreting the statute of limitations in age cases • Clarifies Equal Employment Opportunity Commission (EEOC) procedures, including how the employer should respond to a charge affidavit, EEOC requests for documents, and conciliation efforts • Clearly explains the kinds of evidence necessary to either support or respond to a prima facie case • Includes case digest, Age Discrimination in Employment Act and EEOC regulations, leading age discrimination decisions, and table of cases Features of this publication include: • Step-by-step procedures, techniques, and strategies that may be used by both plaintiff and defendant • Pleadings, motions, complaints, answers, and jury instructions • Tips on conducting the initial client interview and other interviews with witnesses • Tips on how to effectively evaluate a case • Supporting memoranda, explanatory text, and citations • Information regarding recent court decisions interpreting the statute of limitations in age cases