Category Archives: Procedure for Employment Law

What is the procedure for employment law cases? Our Washington DC employment law attorney analyzes the best procedures for handling a variety of claims.

How Arbitrators Maintain Proportionality In Discovery

2017-10-20 How Arbitrators Maintain Proportionality In Discovery by Richard T. Seymour – Law360 The topics addressed are: The Federal Courts Are Following in the Footsteps of Arbitrators, Part 1 The Federal Courts Are Following in the Footsteps of Arbitrators, Part 2 Responding to Parties Who Blow off Discovery Requests: Suggestions for Best Practices in Court and in Arbitration Federal Courts Should Follow the Further Lead of Arbitrators as to Summary Judgments

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One Defendant Compels Arbitration, Others “Wait and See”

When a plaintiff sues a company or agency and its officials, and only the company or agency compels arbitration, does the arbitration-losing plaintiff get a “second bite at the apple” in the lawsuit, against the officials? Or do the officials get a low-risk chance to get out of the lawsuit without ever getting to the merits? And what happens if plaintiff wins the arbitration? Read the blog post for the answers. Continue reading

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Ah, Winning Argument! How Did I Lose Thee? The Many Ways to Waive Claims or Defenses.

There are often winning arguments in lawsuits, but sometimes a claim or defense is still lost because the attorney did not think of the argument in time. Courts often find that an argument was made too late, and so a claim or defense was waived and the case is lost. Continue reading

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