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Best Practices and Considerations for Employee Demand Letters, Charges and Early-Stage Lawsuits

About the Progam

Every organization, regardless of size, is likely to receive a demand letter, administrative charge, and/or lawsuit from an employee at some point. How the Company handles the matter, especially in the early stages of litigation, including responding to demand letters and administrative charges, can have significant implications on the overall strength of the Company’s defense and litigation position.

Join our Seyfarth Chicago Labor & Employment attorneys to discuss important considerations for addressing and responding to demand letters, administrative charges, and early-stage lawsuits, including:

·     Do’s and don’ts for responding to a charge/preparing a position statement

·     Best practice for responding to a demand letter

·     Tips and requirements for document preservation and litigation holds

We hope you can join us!


Uma Chandrasekaran, Partner, Seyfarth Shaw LLP
Matthew C. Christoff, Associate, Seyfarth Shaw LLP
Michael D. Jacobsen, Partner, Seyfarth Shaw LLP
Danielle M. Kays, Senior Counsel, Seyfarth Shaw LLP

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