Lieff Cabraser partner Rachel Geman spoke today, July 9th at the National Employment Lawyers Association’s 2020 Virtual Convention on a panel that discussed discovery in wage and hour cases.
Ms. Geman and the other panelists talked about “frequent areas where disputes tend to arise and/or where early discovery is key for later success: (a) discovery about arbitration formation in connection with a motion to compel; (b) representative discovery (how do you make a discovery plan and how do you field employers’ attempts to cherry pick or make representative mean “all”); (c) common discovery disputes in wage and hour cases; and (d) discovery for purposes of calculating damages including what discovery you need to prove willfulness.”
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About Rachel Geman
A partner in Lieff Cabraser’s New York office, Rachel Geman’s practice is dedicated to employment law, consumer protection, and recovering money for the government lost to fraud through False Claims Act litigation. On behalf of her clients, Ms. Geman has filed qui tam suits in multiple courts involving numerous industries that are under investigation, and is presently involved in active litigation involving off-label and kickback claims in the pharmaceutical industry. Her current class action cases involve employment discrimination, consumer civil rights, and consumer protection.