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Amanda Farahany's Speaking Engagements

  • Civil Litigation for Crime Victims, Seminar presented by the National Center for Victims of Crime, Atlanta, GA 2000
  • Litigating Negligent Hiring Claims, National Crime Victim Bar Association Annual Meeting, Washington, DC 2001
  • Building and Maintaining a Law Practice, Atlanta Bar Association CLE on Solo/Small Firm Management, Atlanta, GA 2002
  • State Law Torts and the Realities of Using Them, Employment Litigation: An Update for the Employment Practitioner, Institute of Continuing Legal Education, Atlanta, GA 2002
  • Employment Practices for the Plaintiff's Lawyer, National Employment Lawyer's Association – Georgia Chapter, Atlanta, GA 2002
  • What To Do When You Are Fired, Lawman's Lawyer, WPBA TV Channel 30, Atlanta, GA 2002
  • Juror Bias in Sexual Assault Cases, Ninth Annual Victims Conference, Criminal Justice Coordinating Council, Atlanta, GA 2002
  • Civil Litigation for Crime Victims, Moderator, Inadequate Security Litigation Group, ATLA Annual Convention, Atlanta, GA 2002
  • Who is a Qualified Individual with a Disability under the ADA?,Institute of Continuing Legal Education, Atlanta GA 2002
  • Juror Bias after September 11, National Crime Victim Bar Association Annual Meeting, Washington, DC 2002
  • Sexual Harassment, American Bar Association Labor and Employment Seminar, Atlanta, GA 2002
  • Refining Your Discovery Tactics, American Bar Association Labor and Employment Seminar, Atlanta, GA 2002
  • Ethics in Employment Litigation, National Employment Lawyers Association -GA Annual Convention, Negril, Jamaica 2002
  • Litigating State Law Torts in Georgia, National Employment Lawyers Association -GA Annual Convention, Negril, Jamaica 2002
  • Getting the Most for the Buck in Sexual Harassment Settlements, 2003 Employment Rights Seminar, Institute of Continuing Legal Education, Atlanta, GA 2003
  • The Employer Perspective, Balanced Lives: Employment Law Issues Affecting Women Attorneys, Institute for Continuing Legal Education, Atlanta, GA 2003
  • Keynote Speaker, Legal Advocacy Fund luncheon, American Association of University Women, Georgia Annual Convention, Atlanta, GA 2003
  • Civil Justice for Sexual Assault Victims, Tenth Annual Victims Conference, Criminal Justice Coordinating Council, Atlanta, GA 2003
  • Discovery in Negligent Security Cases, Association of Trial Lawyers of America, Annual Convention, San Francisco, CA 2003
  • The Final Scene – Closing Arguments For a Happy Ending, National Employment Lawyers Association Fall Seminar -The Theatre of Reality: Trial Skills For the Plaintiff's Employment Lawyer 2003
  • Closing Argument – Tying it All Together, National Employment Lawyers Association -GA Annual Convention, Negril, Jamaica 2003
  • Employment Claims Based on Georgia Law, 33rd Annual Labor and Employment Law Institute, State Bar of Georgia Institute of Continuing Legal Education, Atlanta, GA 2003
  • Keeping the Facts of the Case Organized, Law Office Technology, Institute of Continuing Legal Education, Atlanta, GA 2004
  • State Law Claims and the Realities of Using Them, National Employment Lawyers Association-Georgia, Institute of Continuing Legal Education, Atlanta, GA 2004
  • Campus Rape and the Issues Affecting Women, American Association of University Women, Warner Robbins Chapter, Warner Robbins, GA 2004
  • Discovery of Emotional Distress Damages in Employment Cases, National Employment Lawyers Association Seminar: Discovery and Damages in Employment Litigation, San Diego, CA 2004
  • Keeping the Facts of the Case Organized, Law Office Technology, Institute of Continuing Legal Education, Atlanta, GA 2004
  • Building the Damages Case in an Inadequate Security Case, Association of Trial Lawyers of America, Tele-seminar 2004
  • Civil Litigation for Sexual Assault, Atlanta, GA 2004
  • Acquaintance Rape on College Campuses, Boston, MA, Association of Trial Lawyers of America, Annual Convention 2004
  • CAIR Against Profiling Rally, Decatur, GA 2004
  • Civil Actions for Criminal Cases, Moderator, National Crime Victim Bar Association Annual Convention, Washington, D.C. 2004
  • Inadequate Security Case Workshop, Inadequate Security Litigation Group, Association of Trial Lawyers of America, Washington, D.C. 2004
  • Litigating Negligent Hiring Cases for Lack of Background Checks, American Bar Association Labor & Employment Section Annual Conference, Boca Raton, FL 2005
  • Courageous Victims and Counsel: Accountability and Positive Change through Civil Justice, Luncheon Plenary with Fred Goldman and Kim Goldman Hahn, father and sister of homicide victim Ron Goldman, National Crime Victim Bar Association and National Center for Victims of Crime National Conference, Washington, D.C. 2005
  • Building the Damages Case in School Cases, Association of Trial Lawyers of America, Inadequate Security Litigation Group, Annual Convention, Toronto Canada 2005
  • Moderator, Association of Trial Lawyers of America, School Violence Litigation Group, Annual Convention, Toronto Canada 2005
  • Advanced Employment Law Annual Seminar High Tech Mock Trial, Atlanta Bar Association Labor & Employment Section, 2006
  • Investigation and Discovery in a Sexual Assault Case, Association of Trial Lawyers of America, Inadequate Security Litigation Group, Annual Convention, Seattle, Washington 2006
  • Rights and Remedies for College Students, National Legal Aid and Defenders Association Student Legal Services Section Annual Convention, Seattle, Washington 2006
  • Advanced Employment Law Annual Seminar High Tech Mock Trial, Atlanta Bar Association Labor & Employment Section 2006
  • Investigation and Discovery in a Sexual Assault Case, Association of Trial Lawyers of America, Inadequate Security Litigation Group, Annual Convention, Seattle, Washington 2006
  • Compensatory Damages in Employment Litigation, Atlanta Bar Association Labor & Employment Section, Atlanta, GA 2007
  • Creating a Niche Practice, State Bar of Georgia, Atlanta, GA 2007
  • Avoiding Liability Situations, Civil Liability for Educators and School Resource Officers, Seattle, WA 2007
  • Healthcare Implications of Sexual Harassment in the Workplace: A Look at Using FMLA, Title VII, Unemployment Benefits and State Law to Compensate Victims, Lawyers Foundation of Georgia, State Bar of Georgia, Atlanta 2008
  • Investigation and Discovery in a Negligent Security Case, Section Connection of the American Association for Justice 2008
  • Getting More Bang for your Buck, National Employment Association, Georgia Chapter, Atlanta, GA 2008
  • 5 Biggest Mistakes Employers Make-Plaintiff's Viewpoint, 6th Annual Labor & Employment Law Conference, Atlanta, Georgia 2009
  • Employee Rights in a Layoff, Employment Law for the General Practitioner and the Pros, Institute of Continuing Legal Education, Atlanta, GA 2009
  • Strategic Forum Considerations for the Plaintiff, State Bar of Georgia 39th Annual Labor & Employment Law Institute, Atlanta, GA 2009
  • Presenting Your Client as a Credible Witness to Obtain a Significant Verdict, American Association of Justice's Weekend of the Stars, New York, NY 2010
  • Handling Workplace Sexual Harassment Claims, The National Employment Lawyers Association, Georgia Chapter, Atlanta, GA 2010
  • Calculating Damages: Half-Time or Time and a Half, American Association for Justice Annual Convention, Vancouver, BC Canada 2010
  • Litigating Claims under the FLSA, American Association for Justice Annual Convention, Litigation at Sunrise, Vancouver, BC Canada 2010
  • 5 Biggest Mistakes Employers Make-Plaintiff's Viewpoint, 7th Annual Labor & Employment Law Conference, Atlanta, Georgia 2010
  • Calculating the Regular Rate of Pay in Misclassification Cases, American Association of Justice, San Francisco, CA 2011
  • Tips for Settlement of FLSA Actions, Workers Injury Law Group, Ohio Association for Justice, Cleveland OH 2011
  • The 37 Biggest Mistakes Employers Make, 8th Annual Labor & Employment Law Conference, Atlanta, Georgia 2011
  • You've Filed a Lawsuit: Now what? Pre-discovery Rules, Institute of Continuing Legal Education and National Employment Association, Georgia Chapter, Atlanta, GA 2011
  • Wage and Hour Class Actions, Atlanta Bar Association, Advanced Employment Law Seminar, Atlanta, Georgia 2012
  • Pathways to Success: Internal and External Conflicts of Women Lawyers, Panel, Emory University, Atlanta, Georgia 2012
  • Wage and Hour Class Actions, including how Dukes Affects Both Class and Collective Actions, Atlanta Bar Association Advanced Employment Law Seminar, Atlanta, GA 2012
  • Civility and Professionalism: Exploring the Boundary Between Client Champion and Professional Responsibility Renegade, American Bar Association Section of Labor and Employment Law, Ethics & Professional Responsibility Committee Midwinter Meeting, San Francisco, CA 2012
  • Litigating Wage & Hour Cases, Georgia Trial Lawyers Association, Atlanta, GA 2012
  • Dealing with the Fluctuating Workweek, Workers Injury Law Group, Ohio Association for Justice, Cleveland, OH 2012
  • Top 10 Tips To Maximize Economic & Compensatory Damages In Employment Cases, National Employment Lawyers Association, San Diego, CA 2012
  • Steps to an Effective Opening, American Bar Association, 6th Annual Labor and Employment Conference, Atlanta, Georgia 2012
  • Building a Successful Personal Injury Practice- Employment Claims, Institute of Continuing Legal Education in Georgia, Atlanta, GA 2012
  • Women in Mediation, Arbitration and Negotiation, Atlanta Bar Association, Women in the Profession Section Breakfast, Atlanta, GA 2012
  • Fair Labor Standards Act Litigation, American Association for Justice, Annual Convention, Chicago, Illinois, 2012
  • The Fluctuating Workweek, Where are we Now?, American Association of Justice Annual Convention, Chicago, IL 2012
  • Federal Labor Standards Act Litigation Packet and Other Resources from the AAJ Exchange American Association of Justice Annual Convention, Litigation at Sunrise, Chicago, IL 2012
  • Employment Law: What are Common Claims to Look for?, Secrets of Personal Injury Practice Seminar, Atlanta, Georgia 2012
  • The 49 Biggest Mistakes Employers Make, 9th Annual Labor & Employment Law Conference, Atlanta, GA 2012
  • Strategic Thinking in FLSA Defenses, Preventing Wage Theft: A Guide to Litigating Cases Involving Wages, Hours & Pay, National Employment Lawyers Association, Chicago, IL 2013
  • Successfully Negotiating Employment Claims, Atlanta Bar Association Labor & Employment Section Annual Conference, Atlanta, GA 2013
  • ADR Value, Guest lecturer John Marshall Laws School Mediation Class, Atlanta, GA 2013
  • Workplace Lawsuits Are Back, Third Annual Southeast Financial Workplace Law & Compliance Conference, Atlanta, GA 2013
  • Recent Developments In Class Action Litigation, 43rd Annual Labor and Employment Law Institute, Atlanta, GA 2013
  • Keeping the Plaintiff's Lawyer out of the Workplace, February 2014
  • Title 7 Summary Judgement, Atlanta Bar Association & Employment Section Annual Conference, March 2014
  • Title 7 Summary Judgement, 11th Circuit Employment Lawyers, March 2014
  • Barriers to Class Certification: Obstacles or Opportunities?, Class Action Litigation Group, American Association of Justice Annual Seminar, Baltimore, MD July 2014
  • Family and Medical Leave Act, Litigation at Sunrise, American Association of Justice Annual Seminar, Baltimore MD July 2014
  • Moderator for the Wage & Hour and Employment Rights Section, American Association of Justice Annual Seminar, Baltimore MD July 2014
  • How to Handle Discovery and Rule 26 Meetings for the Plaintiff, National Employment Lawyers Association – Georgia Chapter, Atlanta, GA September 2014
  • View from the Plaintiff, The Seminar Group's 11th Annual Labor & Employment Law, Atlanta, GA October 2014
  • Intersection of Ethics and Technology: Are your Ethics in Jeopardy?,Plenary Session for the American Bar Association Labor & Employment Annual Meeting, Los Angeles, CA 2014
  • Summary Judgment in Employment Cases, the 44th Annual State Bar of Georgia Labor & Employment Law Institute, Atlanta, GA December 2014

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When you reach out to us, you will receive a complimentary consultation with one of our skilled Atlanta employment attorneys. During our initial consultation with you, we can help you to better understand your rights and will work with you to determine what course of action is in your best interest. We take great pride in providing assistance based on years of experience negotiating and litigating employment matters to protect employee interests. If you find yourself in need of dedicated legal representation, we are prepared to advocate on your behalf – our goal is always to protect employee victims of harassment, discrimination, and retaliation.

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