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GT The Performance Review Episode 11: All’s Fair in Employment & Housing: Current Litigation Trends and How To Mediate with the DFEH [PODCAST]

Hosts Ryan Bykerk and Philip Person interview Department of Fair Employment and Housing Counsel and Mediator, Brandon Coen, to discuss recent employment litigation trends and the basics of mediation with the DFEH.

 

©2022 Greenberg Traurig, LLP. All rights reserved. National Law Review, Volume XI, Number 119
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About this Author

Ryan Bykerk, Greenberg Traurig, Labor attorney
Associate

Ryan C. Bykerk is a litigator in the firm’s labor and employment and litigation practice groups. Ryan has broad litigation experience in both federal and state court, and focuses his practice on helping clients develop strategies that meet their case-specific and larger business objectives. His practice primarily involves defending employers in wage and hour class actions and individual actions asserting violations of federal and state employment law, but extends to general, commercial, and financial litigation. 

1 310.586.7711
Philip Person Attorney Litigation Lawyer Greenberg Traurig

Philip I. Person focuses his practice on representing employers in wrongful termination, harassment, discrimination, retaliation, wage and hour, trade secret misappropriation, non-competition, non-solicitation, and whistleblower claims. Philip is an experienced litigator, having defended employers against single-plaintiff and class action litigation in both federal and state courts. He also represents employers in labor and employment arbitrations.

Philip counsels and advises his clients on employment issues pertaining to leaves of absences, disciplinary actions, terminations,...

415-655-1300
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