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Deryn Sumner

Deryn A. Sumner is the Managing Partner of Gilbert Employment Law, P.C. She also co-chairs the Firm’s Federal Sector EEO Practice Group. She graduated from American University’s Washington College of Law in Washington, D.C. and holds a Bachelor of Arts in Political Science from the University of Southern California in Los Angeles, California. Along with litigating federal sector employment law cases before the EEOC and MSPB, she provides training to practitioners as an instructor with the Gilbert Training Group. She lives in Washington, D.C. with her husband.

Federal Sector Disability Discrimination Law Deskbook
Federal Sector Disability Discrimination Law Deskbook
New Release
By: Gilbert & Sumner
Price: $250.00
Sku: 21DDLD
Edition: 8th/2021
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Updated with cases through mid-2021, the Disability Deskbook is an extensive compilation of decisions interpreting the Rehabilitation Act, ADA, ADAAA, and other statutes and implementing regulations, and covers all disability related topics. Major topics include who is covered under the ADA, specific impairments, major life activities, "regarded as having a disability," "qualified individual with a disability," reasonable accommodation, undue hardship, direct threat defense, and disability related inquiries. (more details)

Representing Agencies and Complainants Before the EEOC

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By: Hadley & Sumner
Price: $225.00
Sku: 13RAAC
Edition: 3rd/2013
ISBN: 978-1-934651-82-7; 1-934651-82-6
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In its 3rd edition, this Dewey classic provides comprehensive analysis of federal sector practice before the EEOC. Major topics include individual and class complaint processes, theories of discrimination, pre- and post-investigation case evaluations, discovery, settlement, hearing practice, class actions, remedies, and post-hearing procedures. (more details)

EEO Counselors' and Investigators' Manual
12EECM.png By: Hadley & Sumner
Price: $190.00
Sku: 12ECIM
Edition: 2nd/2012
ISBN: 978-1-934651-64-8
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A comprehensive, easy to follow, and insightful guide to counseling and investigating EEO complaints, this manual explores the essentials of the EEO complaint process. Major topics include the EEO statutes and process, theories of discrimination, remedies, EEO Counselor’s role, initial interview, identifying, defining the claims, factfinding during counseling, resolution of complaints, MSPB appeals and grievances, EEO Counselor’s report, EEO Investigator’s role, investigative principles, evidentiary issues, scope of investigation, collecting evidence, investigative techniques, and report of investigation. (more details)

Consolidated Federal Sector EEO Update 2004-2022
Consolidated EEO Update 2004-2022
New Release
By: Gilbert & Sumner
Price: $250.00
Sku: 22CEUP
Edition: 13th/2022
ISBN: 978-1-956013-06-1
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Updated annually, this comprehensive text digests notable Commission and federal court employment discrimination decisions from 2003 through early 2022 and reviews EEO laws, regulations, and guidance. Major topics include recent trends in the law; bases of discrimination; attorney fees; class actions; compensatory damages; appellate review; evidence; harassment; hearings; mixed cases; procedures; remedies; reprisal; settlement; and sexual harassment. (more details)

Compensatory Damages and Other Remedies
In Federal Sector Employment Discrimination Cases
Compensatory Damages and Other Remedies, 2022
New Release
By: Gilbert & Sumner
Price: $250.00
Sku: 22CDOR
Edition: 14th/2022
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A Dewey bestseller, Compensatory Damages is the seminal text on how to support and defend against claims for compensatory damages and other remedial claims in federal sector employment discrimination cases. Includes case summaries through mid-2022 and a chart of significant awards. Major topics include equitable and compensatory damages, proving damages, mitigation and offset, back pay, collateral source rule, tax consequences, settlement, managing discovery, calculating damages, and attorney fees. (more details)

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