Vito Gagliardi Served as Guest Faculty for Rutgers Law CLE Program on Federal and State Civil Rights Enforcement Agencies
Vito A. Gagliardi, Jr., a principal of Porzio, Bromberg & Newman, served as a guest faculty member for Rutgers School of Law - Newark Institute of Professional Education's CLE Program on December 4, 2014. The program, titled "Effective Practice Before, and Litigation with, Federal and New Jersey Civil Rights Enforcement Agencies," provided insights and tips for more effective practice before the New Jersey Division on Civil Rights (NJ DCR) and the United States Equal Employment Opportunity Commission (EEOC).
- Practicing before the EEOC — what the agency expects of you and what you can expect from the EEOC
- Practicing before the NJ DCR — what the agency expects from you and what you can expect from the agency
- Practice tips from Intake to public hearing or litigation
- Identify effective strategies in both the preparation stage and presentation stage at trial before federal and state trial courts and administrative judges
- EEOC and DCR litigation priorities
- The defendant’s perspective for EEOC and DCR-initiated litigation
CLE Credit Hours: 2.4 NJ | 2.0 NY | 2.0 PA
Registration Fee: $50
Further information regarding the program can be found at Rutgers School of Law-Newark, Institute of Professional Education.