2019 Employment Law

Published by Ohio Association for Justice


Summary

From the 2019 Annual Convention:
-Collective and Class Litigation in the Post-Epic World Or “How I Learned to Stop Worrying and Love Mass Arbitration.”
-Religious Discrimination in the Workplace, an Overview with Examples -The Whistleblower & The False Claims Act

Presenters
Hans Nilges
I have been an employment attorney for my entire career, and I have a passion for this area of the law. This passion has led me to achieve a deep knowledge of various employment laws including various forms of wrongful termination, employment...More
Rachel Sabo
Rachel Sabo is a founding partner of The Friedmann Firm LLC, a plaintiff’s employment litigation law firm. She is a Columbus Employment Attorney who graduated from Capital University Law School, where she was a two year member of the Mock Trial team,...More
James Tate
James A. Tate represents clients in complex litigation with a particular focus in representing whistleblowers under the False Claims Act. He also represents clients in tort and contract matters. He has successfully litigated False Claims Act cases in...More

Originally Published

May 2, 2019


Program Titles and Supporting Materials

This program contains the following components:

  • Collective and Class Litigation in the Post-Epic World Or “How I Learned to Stop Worrying and Love Mass Arbitration.”
  • Religious Discrimination in the Workplace, an Overview with Examples
  • The Whistleblower & The False Claims Act

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