Federal Employment Jury Instructions
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Federal Employment Jury Instructions will help you prepare favorable jury instructions that are acceptable to the court, understandable by the jury, and difficult for opposing counsel to challenge. Todd McNamara and Alfred Southerland's guide provides conversational, balanced, and accurate charges. Supported by over 1,900 case citations that highlight circuit variations, these plain-English statements of federal employment law will help you:
• Evaluate your case and pinpoint its weaknesses.
• Target your discovery.
• Prepare and organize your proof element-by-element.
• Efficiently draft charges that will survive the jury instruction conference.
• Assemble persuasive closing arguments.
In addition, Federal Employment Jury Instructions contains 1,200 current jury instructions, interrogatories, and verdict forms. These concise and balanced models take advantage of the best thinking of numerous specialists. Save research and drafting time, ensure court approval, and give the jury easy-to-follow language.
Table of Contents
GENDER DISCRIMINATION AND SEXUAL HARASSMENT
RACE AND NATIONAL ORIGIN DISCRIMINATION
FAIR LABOR STANDARDS ACT
FEDERAL CREDIT UNION ACT
FAMILY AND MEDICAL LEAVE ACT
CONSTITUTIONAL VIOLATIONS (42 U.S.C. §1983)
SECTION 301 BREACH OF CONTRACT/BREACH OF FIDUCIARY DUTY CLAIMS
FEDERAL EMPLOYER NEGLIGENCE STATUTES
UNIFORMED SERVICES EMPLOYMENT AND REEMPLOYMENT RIGHTS ACT (USERRA)