Employment Law Blog

How Teachers and Coaches Can Defend Against Sexual Harassment

June 14, 2016
Over forty years ago, Congress enacted Title IX of the Education Amendments of 1972 (Title IX) to eliminate sex discrimination in educational institutions. Though much progress has been made since Title IX’s enactment, gender equity issues continue to plague colleges and universities. While responsibility for ensuring full and...

Study Shows Spike in Family Responsibilities Discrimination Claims

May 27, 2016
The Center for WorkLife Law at the University of California’s Hastings College of the Law has just published a fascinating new study analyzing over 4,000 employment suits filed in claims related to balancing employee’s family responsibilities with work, which the study refers to as family responsibilities discrimination (FRD)....

Ethical Problems in Employment Litigation

November 30, 2006
Katz, Marshall & Banks partner Debra S. Katz published a continuing legal education white paper entitled “Ethical Considerations in Employment Litigation.” The paper was presented at an American Law Institute-American Bar Association continuing legal education seminar on November 30, 2006. The full text of the paper is...

Legal Ethics Issues in the Representation of Multiple Parties: Issues Affecting Plaintiffs' Lawyers

April 6, 2006
Katz, Marshall & Banks partner Debra S. Katz[1] published a continuing legal education white paper entitled “Legal Ethics Issues in the Representation of Multiple Parties: Issues Affecting Plaintiffs' Lawyers.”  The paper was presented at the "24th Annual Employment Law & Litigation Institute: Legal Trends and...

Keeping the Employee Working: Reasonable Accommodations and Leave Requirements

March 11, 2006
Katz, Marshall & Banks partner Lisa J. Banks published a continuing legal education white paper entitled “Keeping the Employee Working: Reasonable Accommodations and Leave Requirements.”  The paper was presented on March 11, 2006 in Seattle, Washington.  The full text of the paper is available below.  A...

Retaliation Claims: Law and Recent Developments

December 1, 2005
Katz, Marshall & Banks partner Debra S. Katz[1] and Alan Kabat of the Bernabei Law Firm published a continuing legal education white paper entitled “Retaliation Claims: Law and Recent Developments.”  The paper was presented for an advanced employment law and litigation seminar on December 1, 2005. The full text of...

Evidence Issues in Harassment and Retaliation Cases: The Plaintiff's Perspective

September 15, 2005
Katz, Marshall & Banks partner Lisa J. Banks and Alan Kabat of the Bernabei Law Firm published a continuing legal education white paper entitled “Evidence Issues in Harassment and Retaliation Cases: The Plaintiff's Perspective.” The paper was presented at an American Law Institute-American Bar Association continuing...

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