Litigating Sexual Harassment & Sex Discrimination Cases

Practical information for employers and human resource departments on avoiding sexual harassment and sex discrimination claims.

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REVISION 22 HIGHLIGHTS

In this edition of Litigating Sexual Harassment & Sex Discrimination Cases, author Aaron B. Maduff has updated the book with new and revised text in 11 chapters; 3 new forms; and new practice tips throughout. The highlights include: 

NEW TASKS 

Initiating Litigation  

  • TASK: Amend Complaint 
  • TASK: Serve Complaint  

Discovery  

  • TASK: Take 30(B)(6) Depositions of Harasser’s Employer 

Experts 

  • TASK: Prepare Expert Reports 

NEW AND EXPANDED COVERAGE  

  • Thoroughly revised and updated coverage of sexual orientation discrimination in light of the Supreme  Court’s decision in Bostock 
  • Temporal proximity as a means of establishing a causal connection in FMLA retaliation case • Nine elements of a properly drafted complaint  
  • Good reasons to include factual details in a complaint, even though federal courts require only notice  pleading 
  • Pleading inconsistent theories 
  • Practical advice on when to file an amended complaint 
  • Strategic relationship between interrogatories and 30(b)(6) depositions 
  • Working with your expert to prepare a complete expert witness report 
  • Hybrid witness reports (Fed. R. Civ. Proc. 26(A)(2)(C) reports)  
  • Preparing the HR representative(s) for depositions, including suggested topics for various types of  HR professionals/functions (EEO investigator; performance advisor; recruitment/hiring professional;  on-boarding/off-boarding specialist) 
  • Preparing the comparator for deposition 
  • Preparing the defendant’s designated representative for the 30(b)(6) deposition 

NEW FORMS 

  • Summons in a Civil Action  
  • Waiver of Summons 
  • Notice of 30(b)(6) Deposition 

AND MORE!

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