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San Antonio Criminal Defense Lawyer Tylden Shaeffer to Present at NELA 2017 Annual Convention

SA defense attorney to take part in discussion panel at this year’s National Employment Lawyers Association Annual Convention in June to address challenges faced when clients access employer documents outside the formal discovery process.

San Antonio, Texas (PRWEB) May 02, 2017

Tylden Shaeffer, principal attorney at Tylden Shaeffer, Attorney at Law, P.C. will be a part of this year’s NELA 2017 panel lineup. The session Mr. Shaeffer is partaking in is called, “What To Do When Clients Access Employer Documents Outside The Formal Discovery Process” and will address both NELA members and their clients.

Discussed will be the challenges faced when clients access employer documents outside the formal discovery process. Documents can include materials generated by clients themselves or co-workers; materials called “confidential” by employers; materials that may be subject to the employer’s attorney-client privilege; and materials that the client wants to produce to a government agency. In a quote, Mr. Shaeffer noted, “Clients can be at risk for sanctions and potential civil and even criminal liability; as their lawyers, we’re subject to several conflicting obligations and our own risks.”

This panel explores the risks and benefits of accessing employer documents from the contrasting perspectives of a lawyer representing whistleblowers; a criminal defense lawyer; and a longtime member of NELA’s Ethics & Sanctions Committee.

The panel will take place on Friday, June 23 from 2:00–3:15 p.m. at the San Antonio Marriott Rivercenter.

About the NELA 2017 Annual Convention:

From June 21–24, 2017, the San Antonio Marriott Rivercenter will be the home of NELA’s 2017 Annual Convention. “Be The Change” is their message to attendees and all are encouraged to join in San Antonio, Texas, as NELA comes together and recommits to advancing employee rights and advocating for equality and justice in the American workplace.

The Annual Convention is an exceptional opportunity to charge batteries, sharpen skills, and expand colleague networks—all of which are more important than ever.

About Tylden Shaeffer:

Tylden Shaeffer is a San Antonio criminal defense lawyer who has concentrated his law practice on criminal law for the past 25 years. Mr. Shaeffer grew up in San Antonio and obtained his bachelor’s degree in international relations from Brown University. Then, earned his law degree from the University of Texas at Austin School of Law in 1990. He has been licensed to practice law in the state of Texas since November of 1990 by the Texas Supreme Court. Additionally, he has been board certified in criminal law by the Texas Board of Legal Specialization since 2004.

For more information about Tylden Shaeffer, Attorney at Law, P.C. or Mr. Shaeffer’s involvement at the NELA’s 2017 Annual Convention visit https://sanantoniocriminalatty.com/.

For the original version on PRWeb visit: https://www.prweb.com/releases/2017/04/prweb14290528.htm

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  • "Mr Shaeffer was up front from the beginning, and I respected that. He told me they have a solid case against me. He is a very out of the box thinker, and very organized. He told me the sad reality of" - Nicoli

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  • "When you have been wrongfully accused of having an affair with a student, you must acquire legal counsel before you even speak to the police, even if you are the person who reports the rumors. Tylden Schaeffer advised me to not have a second interview with the police department and found time in his schedule to meet with me that day. After the meeting, I had a path to move forward on and that included a well written statement that Mr. Schaeffer crafted. After submitting this in lieu of a second interview with the police, there were no more problems with the school district or police department. Mr. Schaeffer did a superb job and had me resting more easily following our meetings. I would highly recommend Mr. Schaeffer to anyone in need of a Criminal Defense Attorney." - Anonymous

  • "Tylden has been nothing but excellent while representing me. He’s been very upfront, honest, and cooperative with not only myself, but with my family as well. I don’t just feel like a number, he treats you like if you’re his only client. I’d definitely recommend him to anybody I know if they are in need of legal help. 5 out of 5 stars. I highly recommend Tylden Shaeffer!" - Joel

  • "Mr Shaeffer was up front from the beginning, and I respected that. He told me they have a solid case against me. He is a very out of the box thinker, and very organized. He told me the sad reality of what could potentially be the outcome of my case, and it was dim. However he asked me what i wanted and was creative enough to deliver at an extremely affordable price. He has the knowledge to defend you, and the experience to win. I’m very happy with how he handled my case. His office is also only blocks away from the court house and he is always prompt. I don’t usually write reviews, but Mr. Tylden Shaeffer deserves to be recognized." - Nicoli

  • "When I got charged with my DWI I already expected to go through a long, painful process from the beginning. But, Mr. Shaeffer and his staff made my whole experience quick and easy with their great communication and professionalism. He was always straight forward and I could tell he had my best interest in mind. He made sure I didn’t get charged with “extreme intoxication”, while also reducing my fines and the length of my probation. I highly recommend him to anyone!" - Alex

  • "Mr. Shaeffer is a great attorney , very professional, very nice and is willing to work with you and help u threw any situation u may have or need help with . I recommend Mr. Shaeffer to anyone who needs help with any kind of legal issues or problems. Anyone who has asked me about an attorney i most definitely tell them Mr. Shaeffer and give them his info. Thank you for all your help and everything u have done for me and my family. You are a awesome attorney! Highly Recommend" - Anonymous

  • "Tylden is a fantastic attorney. He thoroughly prepared for my case and did an amazing job of relating to the judge and jury. I highly recommend Tylden. Would recommend to anyone!" - Skyler

  • "Tylden got my felony reduced to a misdemeanor. He saved my life. I didn’t have to pester him for information and updates about my case and his staff is well informed and helpful. He personally attended each and every one of my hearings and was just as concerned about restoring my reputation as I was. He recently got a motion for non-disclosure filed and approved by the judge so I will never have to admit this mistake ever happened. I would recommend Tylden to anyone! He is a highly intelligent and competent attorney. The Best!" - Anonymous

  • "I was represented by Mr. Shaeffer years ago (2004). He would travel from San Antonio all the way to Del Rio to represent me. My father and I were accused of wrong doing by federal agents and we had done nothing. We, my father and I were on trial simultaneously. We had hired an attorney and found out later he was friends with the prosecutor and wanted us to accept a plea bargain. “We did nothing wrong”, I cried to him. He insisted that we accept due to it being impossible to beat the Government. My father and I were close to giving up when we met Mr. Shaeffer. Mr. Shaeffer believed in us and fought for us. Because of him, I never saw prison walls nor was I ever away from my family. It was one of the most difficult times in my life, but thankfully we met a Godsend attorney and justice prevailed." - Anonymous

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