1. Review the facts of the case and discuss the legal strengths and weaknesses.


1. Review the facts of the case and discuss the legal strengths and weaknesses.
2. Determine what facts are missing which might bear upon the legal strengths or weaknesses, or your negotiation/mediation strategy. (If there are questions you have relating to the facts of the case, you are not to “make them up”).
3. Calculate the best and worst-case scenarios under Title VII, and provide justification. Formulate a realistic bargaining range with target and resistance points.
ON question NUMBER 3. You need here to talk about….. here I give you an example
1) Monetary reliefs that, might include:
a. Back Pay (including, Wages and Salary, Fringe Benefits, Pre-judgment Interest and
Negative tax consequences)
b. Front Pay
2) Other compensatory and punitive damage payments, that might include:
a. Compensatory and Punitive damages
Damages Estimate For This Case (Worst Case)
Based on the facts of this case, our estimate of damage will be $
As calculated:
i. Back Pay $
ii. Compensatory and Punitive damages $
Damages Estimate For This Case (Best Case)
Based on the facts of this case, our estimate of damage payment will be $
As calculated below:
i. Back Pay $
ii. Compensatory damages $: Punitive damages $
Note: you must give $ amount of money based on the facts AND WHY YOU CAME TO THIS AMOUNT. HOW YOU CALCULATED
ONLY USE THE FACTS AND TITLE VII. DO NOT USE ANYTHING ELSE.
ASK ME QUESTIONS IF DO NOT UNDERSTAND
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