Responding to EEOC Claims

SHRM 2011 Annual Conference
This session will help you address and minimize the risk and cost of EEOC claims.
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Track: Employment Law & Legislation

You have to deal with all stages of an internal and external EEO investigation. Learn how to assess the risks from an EEOC charge, develop a strategy, and resolve the matter using the limited resources you have at hand. This session covers responding to the filed charge; investigating the facts; limiting the scope of the investigation; working with the government investigator; mediating the charge; avoiding litigation; and deciding when to settle and when not to settle.

Date(s) & Time(s): 
Monday, June 27, 2011 - 4:00pm to 5:15pm

Christine Zebrowski

Christine Zebrowski is an Employment Lawyer, Arbitrator, Mediator and Trainer. She is an experienced legal practitioner in the employment law field and has served as an Associate Attorney for the law firm of LeBouef, Lamb, Green and MacRae (now Dewey & LeBoeuf), as in-house employment counsel for the National Geographic Society, and in her current role as the Owner of her own employment law boutique firm, Overbrook Law. Her experience in alternative dispute resolution includes serving as an Arbitrator for the American Arbitration Association, as a Mediator for the District of Columbia Superior Court, and as a representative of both plaintiffs and defendants in many forms of ADR. She also created a company-wide ADR program for the resolution of employment law disputes while serving as in-house counsel for the National Geographic Society, which is in its seventh year of successful operation.
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Credit Type: 
HR Credit
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