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Identifying, Investigating and Litigating Systemic Discrimination

Department of Fair Employment and Housing

Wednesday, September 24, 2014 from 1:00 PM to 2:00 PM (PDT)

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Geared toward legal staff and investigators, this one-hour webinar will address how to identify systemic discrimination, and how to investigate and litigate such claims. Participants will receive an overview of the different methods used to identify systemic discrimination, how to substantiate such claims, relevant law and practical considerations when litigating systemic cases.


Mari Mayeda coming soon
Julie MontgomeryJulie Montgomery joined the Department in October 2013 as Senior Staff Counsel. Prior to working at DFEH, Ms. Montgomery worked for 17 years for nonprofit legal advocacy organizations California Rural Legal Assistance Foundation (CRLAF) in Sacramento, and in several field offices of California Rural Legal Assistance. For over a decade, Ms. Montgomery has represented farm workers and other low-wage workers in systemic impact litigation in employment and housing cases involving discrimination, sexual harassment, substandard conditions and wage and hour violations. Ms. Montgomery has served as class counsel in multiple class action and other mass action lawsuits, and is currently working on several cases at DFEH on behalf of a group or class of affected employees. Ms. Montgomery is a 1996 graduate of U.C. Davis Law School and received her undergraduate degree from U.C. Berkeley. coming soon

Participants Will Receive

Certificate of Participation

One hour MCLE credit

One hour HRCI credit

Certificate Information

The login information (Full Name, Company and Email) you provide at the start of the webinar will be used to generate your personalized certificate of participation. Be sure to use the information that you would like reflected on the certificate. As a reminder, the DFEH only provides certificates to individuals that login on the day of the webinar, attend the complete training and participate in the live polls.

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After the purchase of your ticket, you will receive a thank you email with a link. Click on the link and complete the registration process. You will receive a confirmation email indicating that you are registered for the webinar.

ØHow long do I need to attend to recieve a certificate?

Attendees who participate during the entire webinar will be credited with a certificate.

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ØWhat should I do if I need a reasonable accommodation?

Please send an email to or call Jennifer Harlan at (916) 478-7251 at least two business days before the webinar. Please note that all webinars have live captioning

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Wednesday, September 24, 2014 from 1:00 PM to 2:00 PM (PDT)

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Department of Fair Employment and Housing

The Department of Fair Employment and Housing (DFEH or Department), California’s civil rights agency. The Department takes in, investigates, conciliates, mediates and prosecutes violations under the Fair Employment and Housing Act (FEHA), Disabled Persons Act, Unruh Civil Rights Act and Ralph Civil Rights Act. The DFEH has five California offices in Elk Grove (Headquarters), Bakersfield, Fremont, Fresno and Los Angeles.

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