Better Late Than Never: Using the Background Check You Should Have Done at Hiring to Defend an Employment Claim
In a perfect world, employers would screen applicants to weed out the ones with phony credentials, sketchy employment histories and mysterious gaps in their resumes. In the real world, that level of scrutiny may not happen until after a lawsuit has been served and discovery is underway. Get practical tips on how to learn what you should have known before hiring to win a case, or at least lower the value of a case at settlement. After-acquired evidence, impeachment techniques and admissibility issues will be discussed.