Comprehensive guide to practice and procedure in employment discrimination cases in state and federal tribunals.
This handbook takes a thorough look at the nuts and bolts of employment discrimination cases in both state and federal tribunals, focusing particularly on rights, remedies, and procedures under Illinois and federal law, as well as EEOC regulations. Examined are employment discrimination law in the public sector and how to evaluate and investigate a discrimination case from both the plaintiff and defense perspectives, and editable forms are also provided.
Chapter 1 — Rights, Remedies, and Procedures Under Illinois Law
Chad J. Layton, Lee J. Hurwitz, and Elizabeth E. Grande, Segal McCambridge Singer & Mahoney, Chicago
Chapter 2 — EEOC and Federal Court Practice and Procedure
S. Leigh Jeter and Nathan A. Shine, Michael Best & Friedrich LLP, Chicago
Chapter 3 — Federal Remedies in Employment Discrimination Actions
David J. Tecson and Ryan A. Haas, Chuhak & Tecson, P.C., Chicago
Chapter 4 — Employment Discrimination Law in the Public Sector
Robert C. Long and Dru Selden, Littler Mendelson P.C., Chicago, and Victoria L. Gray, LaPointe Law PC, Northbrook
Chapter 5 — How To Evaluate and Investigate a Discrimination Case from the Plaintiff and Defense Perspectives
Tom H. Luetkemeyer and Leigh C. Bonsall, Hinshaw & Culbertson LLP, Chicago