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May 10, 2007

How to Get Probable Cause or Lack of Probable Cause at the MCAD (Boston, MA)

Greg Manousos will join several MCAD investigators and attorneys on the faculty of a seminar entitled “How to Get Probable Cause or Lack of Probable Cause at the MCAD.”  The popular annual event is sponsored by Massachusetts Continuing Legal Education, and it will be held on May 10 from 2:00 to 5:00 p.m. at the MCLE conference center in Boston. 
This seminar focuses exclusively on the investigation of complaints at the MCAD. The program teaches litigation attorneys, in-house counsel and human resource specialists how to effectively pursue or defend a discrimination case. The program describes the MCAD’s procedures and policies and gives practical advice on strategy: what works and more importantly—what doesn’t. From drafting a complaint and conducting internal investigations to providing the necessary documents and formulating arguments for the Investigative Conference, this program gives you a step by step guide on handling a case at the MCAD’s investigative stage.

For registration information and other details, visit the MCLE’s website ( or by clicking here