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Anne Shaver on Anti-Discrimination Law and Litigation in America

Anne Shaver on Anti-Discrimination Law and Litigation in America

Lieff Cabraser partner Anne B. Shaver will be speaking at the UC Hastings Law Journal Spring Symposium titled “The Status of Anti-discrimination Law and Litigation in the United States” on February 12, 2016. Along with twenty other panelists practicing in the areas of labor, employment and constitutional law, Ms. Shaver will be discussing the ways that anti-discrimination law has transformed over time.

The Symposium will be divided into four panels including: (1) The Use of Stereotyping Evidence in Employment Discrimination Cases; (2) Procedural Barriers to Discrimination Litigation; (3) Litigating Gender Discrimination Trials in Tech; and (4) The Implications of Religious Freedom Restoration Acts post-Obergefell v. Hodges. Ms. Shaver will be participating in the third panel.

Ms. Shaver is a partner in our San Francisco office whose practice focuses on employment law cases. A 2007 graduate of University of California, Berkeley, School of Law (Berkeley Law), she was a student director of the Workers’ Rights Clinic of Centro Legal de la Raza in Oakland, and a volunteer at the Legal Aid Society – Employment Law Center. She is active in wage and hour, employment discrimination, and antitrust cases.