Damages: How do we value cases now?

Employment and Immigration attorney, Jonathan Wong, will be co-presenting a program called “Damages: How do we value cases now?” at the ACBA’s Annual Labor and Employment Symposium: The #MeToo Movement’s Impacts on Our Cases and Beyond on October 4, 2019.

The ACBA’s 2019 Symposium will discuss the effects of the #MeToo Movement in pre-litigation, litigation, and beyond. The Movement has changed the landscape, public perception, our strategies, and our methods in preventing, addressing and fixing violations. Panelists will share their experiences, observations, as well as potential practices and strategies for going forward. This particular session will go over the following topics:

  • Highest emotional distress award in U.S. District Court for Northern District of CA in case alleging gender-based harassment with no treater.
  • Lack of confidentiality and privacy considerations.
  • Avoidable consequences defense.
  • Relevant cases coming down in the near future?

Continuing Education

1.25 HR Elimination of Bias
3.5 HR General


Additional Speakers

Sonya Smallets
Minnis & Smallets LLP

Cynthia Remmers
Remmers Global

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