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INBLF Upcoming Events

—   INBLF Fourteenth Annual Meeting and Black Tie Event – San Francisco, California October 19th – 22nd, 2017 Are you ready to leave your heart in San Francisco?  We hope…

INBLF Supreme Court event featured in the National Law Journal

NLJ Article on INBLF’s Supreme Court dinner On October 10, 2014, about 200 INBLF members and guests convened in the Great Hall of the United States Supreme Court for the…

INBLF Annual Meetings and Black Tie Dinners

Thirteenth Annual Meeting and Black-Tie Dinner Chicago, Illinois September 15-18, 2016 Hosted by the Chicago Chapter   Twelfth Annual Meeting and Black-Tie Dinner Miami, Florida October 15-18, 2015 Hosted by…

INBLF European Summits

Ninth Annual INBLF European Summit Lisbon, Portugal May 25 – 28, 2017 Hosted by Coelho Ribeiro & Partners Associados                      …

INBLF Awards and Recognitions

The INBLF remembers the contributions of past leaders and recognizes the contributions of present members through its Memorial Awards. Alberto Lasheras Shine Memorial Award – Presented in loving memory of…

INBLF Asian Summits

Seventh Annual Asian-Pacific Summit Guangzhou, China – March 31st – April 2, 2017 Hosted by Robertsons                         Sixth Annual…

INBLF in the News

  INBLF press release – SelectUSA Summit June 2017   INBLF press release – SelectUSA Summit June 2016 INBLF in the New York Times INBLF in IP Law 360 INBLF…

INBLF Member Publications

James M. Mulcahy Mulcahy LLP Irvine, California Articles:  Ninth Circuit Dismisses Robinson-Patman and Sherman Act Claims, Stating: “We Must Return This Capitalist Rumble to The Forum Where it Belongs: The…

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  • Employment Law for Employees, Class Actions

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    I represent the dispossessed of the Earth, and executives recently shown the door. Other law firms sometimes retain me to get a case out of trouble, or to handle all or part of an appeal. I also arbitrate commercial and employment cases for the AAA, and mediate cases. • Aquinas College, A.B. • Harvard University, LL.B. • Attorney: U.S. Commission on Civil Rights, Office of General Counsel, 1968-1969 • Adjunct Professor, Georgetown University Law Center, Graduate Program, 1991-1993; Washington Research Project (Predecessor of Children's Defense Fund) 1969-1973; Director, Employment Projects, Lawyers' Committee for Civil Rights Under Law, 1977-2001 • Partner, Lieff, Cabraser, Heimann & Bernstein, LLP, 2001-2005 • Member: American Bar Association, ABA Section of Labor & Employment Law (past Chair), the ABA's fourth-largest entity with about 26,000 members; American Association for Justice (formerly ATLA) (past Chair, Employment Rights Section; past Chair, Section Leaders' Conference; past Chair, Section and Litigation Group Coordination Committee); College of Labor and Employment Lawyers (Fellow, past member, Board of Governors); Lawyers' Committee for Civil Rights Under Law (member, Board of Directors); National Employment Lawyers Association, Metropolitan Washington Employment Lawyers Association (honored as Trial Lawyer of the Year, 2007), District of Columbia Bar; Trial Lawyers Association-D.C. • Co-author, Seymour & Aslin (formerly Seymour & Brown). Equal Employment Law Update (Bureau of National Affairs, Washington, D.C., 1996-2007), 15th editions all told , published by the ABA Section of Labor and Employment Law through BNA; author, "The Use of 'Proof of Claim' Forms and Gag Orders in Employment Discrimi­nation Class Actions," 10 Conn. L. Rev. 920 (1978); "Post-Certification Problems in Class Actions," published in the Practicing Law Institute Handbook, Federal Civil Rights Litigation (1982); "Why Plaintiffs' Counsel Challenge Tests, and How They Can Successfully Challenge the Theory of Validity Generalization," 33 Journal of Vocational Behavior 331 (1988); "Predictability in EEO Litigation," in Promoting Minorities and Women: A Practical Guide to Affirmative Action for the 1990s, A BNA Special Report (Bureau of National Affairs, 1989); "The Loss of Predictability in EEO Litigation, and Further Questions to Be Resolved," in Employment Discrimination After The 1989 U.S. Supreme Court Rulings (Prentice Hall, 1989), "Pursuing Punitive Damages in Job Bias Cases," Trial, July 2002, p. 64; "The Shrinking Door to Discovery," Trial, May 2001, p. 48, and "16 Summary Judgment Commandments," Trial, Dec. 2000, p. 28 • Assigned Martindale Hubbell's AV Preeminent rating