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How to Bring (and Win) Equal Pay Cases

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Date Published

October 4, 2016


Consumer Attorneys of California


Fair Pay


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President Obama is talking about equal pay; Pope Francis, too. Hollywood stars and the U.S. Women’s Soccer team are making clear that they are fed up of being paid a fraction of what their male counterparts are paid.

In this webinar, attorney Lori Andrus, will teach you about:
- How to successfully litigate equal pay cases under California's new Fair Pay Act
- Ideal clients/ideal defendants
- Challenges to getting a class certified
- Differences between the Fair Pay Act and the federal Equal Pay Act

Don’t miss this opportunity to learn how to effectively use the California Fair Pay Act and the federal Equal Pay Act to demand equal pay for your clients and level the playing field for female workers.

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Lori Andrus

Lori Andrus is a founding partner of Andrus Anderson LLP, based in San Francisco, California. Ms. Andrus specializes in class... Read More

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Program Titles and Supporting Materials

This program contains the following components:

How to Bring (and Win) Equal Pay Cases - Video
How to Bring (and Win) Equal Pay Cases - Handouts
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