Lieff Cabraser partner Jonathan Selbin will be a featured panelist at Seton Hall Law’s upcoming program, “Calling a Foul: The Safety & Treatment of Women in the Sports Workplace,” to be held Monday, November 21 both in-person and virtually. The program is part of Seton Hall Law’s ongoing Sports Law Speakers Series and will feature an in-depth discussion by a panel of experts in the field who will offer specific recommendations for how to call out misconduct and mistreatment in sports workplaces so as to make them safer spaces for women. Panelists will provide information on how sports leagues and teams can recover from this process through transparency and accountability.
Panelists will include:
Robert A. Boland, J.D., Moderator, Assistant Professor of Law, Seton Hall University School of Law
Sara Darehshori, Esq., Principal, Vestry Laight
Dr. Jeremy Piasecki, Ph.D., Expert in Toxic Work Environments, founder of Culture in Sports
Jane McManus, Award Winning Journalist & Executive Director of the Seton Hall University Center for Sports Media
Jonathan Selbin, J.D., Partner, Lieff, Cabraser, Heimann & Bernstein
For more information and to register for the event, visit Seton Hall Law’s website.
About Jonathan D. Selbin
Jonathan D. Selbin is a senior partner in the New York office of Lieff, Cabraser, Heimann & Bernstein, LLP, where he has practiced for 27 years, and a long-time member of the firm’s Executive Committee. He has led complex consumer protection, defective products, and sex abuse class action lawsuits in courts around the country against many of the world’s largest corporations and institutions. Together, cases in which Jonathan played a lead role have resulted in court-approved class action settlements with a combined total cash payout to class members in excess of $3.5 billion, plus other relief such as extended and enhanced warranties and implementation of best-practices institutional reforms. He has extensive appellate experience, having argued in the 5th, 6th, 7th, 9th, and 11th Circuits, as well as before state supreme and appellate courts.