|FL||Member in Good Standing||1985||01/29/2017|
|Award name||Grantor||Date granted|
|Small Firm Practitioner of Merit Award||American Bar Association General Practice, Solo and Small Section||2004|
|Appreciation Award||National Organization for Women, Palm Beach County Chapter||2004|
|President's Award||National Employment Lawyers Association (Florida Affiliate)||1999|
|Glass Ceiling Award||National Organization for Women, Florida Chapter||1998|
|Women's Equality Day Award||National Organizartion for Women, Broward County Chapter||1993|
|Award for Outstanding Male Senior||Sigma Delta Chi Journalism Fraternity, University of North Carolina at Chapel Hill||1968|
|Shareholder||The Amlong Firm||1985 - Present|
|Association name||Position name||Duration|
|American Justice Association||Member||1985 - Present|
|American Bar Association||Member||1985 - Present|
|Workplace Fairness||Board Member||N/A|
|National Employment Lawyers Association||National Executive Board||1996 - 2010|
|National Employment Lawyers Association (Florida affiliate)||Past President||1995 - 1997|
|Donovan v. Broward County||Internal EEO policy invalidated as retaliatory|
|Taylor v. Martell||Plaintiff's pleadings stricken for fraud on court|
|Selim v. Pan American Airways Corp.||Reversed summary judgment based ALPA arbitration|
|See all legal cases|
|Trial Magazine||Representing the age discrimination plaintiff||2008|
|Florida Bar Journal||Faragher v. City of Boca Raton: A Seven-Year Retrospective||2006|
|Nova Southeastern University - Shepard Broad Law Center||N/A||JD -- Cum Laude||1985|
|University of North Carolina at Chapel Hill||Journalism||AB in Journalism||N/A|
|Miami-Dade Junior College||N/A||N/A||N/A|
|American Bar Association Tort Trial & Insurance Practice Section Mid-Winter Meeting||Annual Update of Employment and Labor Law Decisions by the United States Supreme Court||2008|
|American Bar Association Section of Labor and Employment Law, Annual Meeting, Philadelphia, PA||Closing argument demonstration for mock trial||2007|
|Florida Chapter of the National Employment Lawyers Association, Fall Conference, St. Petersburg, FL||Florida State Court Discovery & Motion Practice||2006|
|National Employment Lawyers Association, Fifteenth Annual Convention, San Antonio, TX, 2004||What's My Case Worth: How to Negotiate for Maximum Value||2005|
|Florida Chapter of the National Employment Lawyers, Spring Conference, Melbourne, FL, 2004||The (Unwritten) Rules of Engagement: How it Really Works in State Courts in Florida||2005|
|Florida Chapter of the National Employment Lawyers Association, Spring Conference, Melbourne, FL||Doing Well by Doing Good: Making Money as Civil Rights Lawyers||2005|
|Stetson University/Florida Bar Five-Day Employment Law Trial Skills Workshop||Employment law trial skills||2004|
|Stetson University/Florida Bar Five-Day Employment Law Trial Skills Workshop||Employment law trial skills||2002|
|National Employment Lawyers, Thirteenth Annual Convention, Lake Buena Vista, FL||Strategies and Techniques for Effective Cross-Examination||2002|
|Stetson University/Florida Bar Five-Day Employment Law Trial Skills Workshop||Employment law trial skills||2001|
|Georgia Chapter of the National Employment Lawyers Association, Negril, Jamaica||Trial Strategies in the Mendoza, Clover Era: Plaintiffs Employment Law as Guerilla Warfare||2001|
|Florida Chapter of the National Employment Lawyers Association, Fall Seminar, St. Petersburg||Discovery: Practical Tips and Considerations: A No-Muss, No-Fuss Guide to Getting What You Need -- Even If It Might Not Be Everything You Want||2001|
|American Civil Liberties Union, ACLU of Florida Lawyers Conference, Key West, FL||2000-2001 Good, Bad and Ugly Awards: Employment Discrimination Update||2001|
|Stetson University/Florida Bar Five-Day Employment Law Trial Skills Workshop||Employment law trial skills||1997|
|Stetson University/Florida Bar Five-Day Employment Law Trial Skills Workshop||Employment law trial skills||1996|
|American Bar Association Section of Labor and Employment Law, Annual Meeting, Orlando, FL||Going for the Gold: Damages post Civil Rights Act of 1991||1996|
|Unitversity of Miami/Florida Bar Five-Day Employment Law Trial Skills Workshop||Employment law trial skills||1994|
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