Dahlia Rudavsky Featured on Panel Examining Damages in Employment Law
Massachusetts Continuing Legal Education recently held a program on “Proving and Valuing Damages in Employment Cases.” Intended for both employee and management counsel, the program focused on strategies and theories for maximizing, and defending against, damages in employment cases. Dahlia Rudavsky served on the program faculty along with a Superior Court Judge, an MCAD Hearing Officer, a mediator and other leading employment lawyers. Ms. Rudavsky specifically presented on three topics: (1) “How to Value a New Case and Identify Claims that Have Potential for High Awards/Exposure,” (2) “Whether and How to Effectively Use Financial or Medical Experts at Trial, at the MCAD, or in Mediation,” and (3) “Whether and When Spousal Testimony Is an Effective Way to Prove Emotional Distress Injury and What Are Other Effective Strategies for Proving Emotional Distress.”
To read more about the program, click here.