Find a Disability Discrimination, Work Place Expert
Disability Discrimination, Work Place experts serve as expert witnesses and forensic consultants in Utah legal matters, and provide expert reports and testimony for judges, attorneys, lawyers, law firms, insurance companies and government agencies in Federal and state court trials and arbitrations in Utah.
The listings below are of Disability Discrimination, Work Place experts serving Utah.
Brian H. Kleiner, Ph.D.
Dr. Kleiner is a Professor of Human Resource Management from a prestigious California University. He has over 500 publications, and has received many honors for the quality of these publications. A former human resource manager at Ford Motor Company, Dr. Kleiner has provided consulting services to over 100 business and government clients and has trained thousands of employees. Additionally, he has given trial or arbitration testimony in over 70 cases for both plaintiffs and defense.
Expert ListingsFCI (Full Circle Interdisciplinary) Consulting
Robin M. Nagel, MS, CDMS
Ms. Robin M. Nagel's expertise encompasses Disability Discrimination in Workplace ADAAA Compliance-Title 1, CA FEHA Compliance-Employment, FMLA/CFRA and statutory paid leave compliance, Workplace Mediation, Employee Relations: Ms. Nagel is your versatile partner in Interventional Disability Leave and Absence Management Services. As FCI Consulting, Ms. Nagel has served Employers, Labor and Counsel for more than 20 years in all workplace disability absence and compliance matters, including Workers Comp., HR ADAAA/FEHA (Interactive Process for Reasonable Accommodation), FMLA/CFRA and statutory paid leave compliance, as well as employee relations. When facing litigation, FCI Consulting offers Expert Witness consultation services. Robin M. Nagel delivers evidence-based analysis, consultation and testimony as an Expert Witness in work disability discrimination claims. We are dedicated to helping organizations prevent acrimonious workplace conflict using multi-party mediation techniques. Effective collaborative interventions may prevent damaging litigation rooted in unresolved work disability issues.