David Cashdan introduces Lilly LedBetter, 2012.
David Cashdan chairs the Metropolitan Washington Employment Lawyers Association Panel on Settlements and Demand Letters in Employment Discrimination Cases, April 2012.
David Cashdan is a panelist for the Metropolitan Washington Employment Lawyers Association on Federal Judiciary Pilot Mandatory Discovery Protocol, May 2012.
David Cashdan addresses the interplay of Insurance and employment discrimination litigation at the NELA annual convention, www nela.org.
Cashdan & Kane obtain reversal in age discrimination case against the department of Navy, Ford v Mavus, D.C. Cir.
Cashdan & Kane obtains reversal in gender discrimination case against Federal Reserve Board, Jones v Bernanke, D.C. Cir.
Michael G. Kane : NELA-NJ Conference October 17, 2008 “In Pursuit of Justice and How to Get Paid” Panelist : Maximizing Your Damages During Discovery : Iselin, New Jersey
David Cashdan and Donna Lenhoff prepare NELA Report, “Workers’ Rights in Jeopardy: EEOC’s Enforcement of Equal Employment Opportunity Laws Impede By Inadequate Funding,” April, 2007. View Report
David Cashdan: Speaker, “Developing your Case,” panel at The National Employment Lawyers Association seminar, “Beyond Stereotypes: Discovering and Proving Hidden Bias in Employment Cases,” Washington, DC, October 13-14, 2006.
David Cashdan: Speaker, “Detecting the Legal Landmines: Ensuring that Your Investigation Complies with the Law,” 2006 CINV Internal Investigation Certification Program, Washington, DC, August 16, 2006.
David Cashdan: “Claims of Alleged Harassers: Enforcing the Rights of the Wrongfully Accused,” The National Organization of Lawyers for Education Association Law Conference, Washington, DC, May 21, 2006.
EEOC Sets Course for New Year Lawyers USA, David Cashdan, December 18, 2006 by Reni Gertner
David Cashdan lectures on employee privacy rights in the work place. www.counciloned.com. July 22, 2005
David Cashdan speaks on critical legal issues in conducting workplace investigations. www.counciloned.com. July 13, 2005
David Cashdan, on behalf of NELA, meets with the EEOC to question and complain about the EEOC’s proposed restructuring. EEOC Repositioning Plan Lawyers Weekly Article. June 20, 2005
Michael Kane speaks to employment lawyers on “Playing Offense With In Limine Motions.” www.mwela.org. February 23, 2005
David Cashdan- “Laying the Foundation – The First Five Years,” 40th Anniversary of the EEOC, Georgetown University Law Center, June 22, 2004. View Report
David Cashdan: “What’s My Case Worth: How to Negotiate For Maximum Value,” National Employment Lawyers Association Conference, June 26, 2004, San Antonio, Texas.
David Cashdan: “Employment Law Torts” American Bar Association Annual Conference, August 7, 2004, Atlanta, Georgia.
David Cashdan: “Employment Litigation Skills Training,” American Bar Association, Spring 2004, Washington, D.C.
David Cashdan: “Understanding Desert Palace, Inc. v. Costa, 539 U.S. 90 (2003),” Metropolitan Washington Employment Lawyers Association, May, 2004.
David Cashdan: Proposed Class Action Settlement — $1.5 Million. April 14, 2003.
David Cashdan: “Tips for Taking Depositions.” Georgetown University Law Center, CLE, September 22, 2001, Washington, D.C.
David Cashdan: and Meredith S. Francis. “Claims of Alleged Harassers: Enforcing the Rights of the Wrongfully Accused,” 4 Lab. Empl. Bulletin 205: April 1, 2001.
Michael Kane: Speaker, Metropolitian Washington Employment Lawyers Association Convention, March 2005, Hotel Monaco, Washington, DC.
Michael Kane – “Gatekeeper or Roadblock – The Use of Experts in a Post-Daubert World,” June 2004.
Michael Kane: Speaker, National Employment Lawyers Association Convention, Summer 2004, Austin, TX.
Michael Kane: Instructor, “The Employment Law Mediator Training Program,” October 2002, Bethesda, MD.
Michael Kane: Speaker, National Employment Lawyers Association Convention, Summer 2000, Washington, DC.
Michael Kane, CNN’s “Burden of Proof” with Greta Van Susteren
David Cashdan, Co-Author: “Whistle Blowers and D.C.’s Public Policy Tort,” The Washington Lawyer, July/August, 1992
David Cashdan: “Getting to Trial with a Gender Harassment Case,” D.C. Bar CLE, Spring, 1995
David Cashdan: “Unjust Dismissal: District of Columbia Update,” The Washington Lawyer, November/December, 1989.
Job Bias Case Tests Religious Privacy Rights, Legal Times, July 19, 2002 By Jonathan Groner.
Female Head Trainer Denied Opportunity With Men’s Basketball Team Can Go to Trial, BNA Employment Discrimination Report: Vol. 17, No. 7, pages 193-226., August 15, 2001.
D.C. Judge Upholds $855,000 Bias Award, By Neely Tucker, Washington Post August 2, 2000; Page B2.
A Job Reassignment Leads to a Million-Dollar Jury Verdict, Wall Street Journal, Feb. 23, 1999.
GW, MVC and Former MVC Employees Settle Litigation (Academic Case) Chapter News