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CDF Webinar:  Wrongful Termination Lawsuits: How to Successfully Attack Damages Claims & How to Efficiently Get the Data to Do So

A wrongful termination lawsuit can be extremely costly and resource intensive for your organization.  Damage claims can reach the six and seven figure dollar amounts.  Employers now more so than ever need to be aware of the potential exposure in a wrongful termination case and what internal and external data might be available to help defend a claim.  Capturing data and the use of forensic technology can help preserve useful information for a potential lawsuit as well as aid in an employee investigation.  Knowing how damage calculations are performed, the data available that can be useful to defend a damage claim and what can be done at time of termination may prove to be valuable knowledge to an employer who has or might have a wrongful termination claim against them in the future.

This complimentary 1-hour webinar is designed to provide information to in-house counsel, HR professionals and business owners about damages in wrongful termination lawsuits and how to attack a damage claim using internal and external data.

We will discuss:

  • How damages are calculated in a wrongful termination case and important discovery
  • What types of data an employer might want to consider saving when terminating an employee for cause and how to efficiently capture that data
  • Statistical and other external data that can be used to defend a damages claim
  • What information located on an employee’s work computer, work provided phone, web browser, social media site, or “in the cloud” can be forensically saved and useful in wrongful termination litigation
  • What can be done at time of termination to mitigate potential wrongful termination lawsuits


Register today for this informative webinar!



Event Details

May 24, 2016
10:00 AM PDT - 11:00 AM PDT
Registration is Complimentary

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