Co-author, Equal Employment Law Update," Bureau of National Affairs, 15 published editions, copyright ABA, 1996-2007; chapter author, "Mediating Class Actions - A Plaintiff Lawyer's View," chapter 24, HOW ADR WORKS, Bureau of National Affairs, copyright ABA, 2002; co-drafted chapter on monetary relief in Grossman & Lindemann, Employment Discrimination Law, 3d edition (BNA, 1976) (ABA Section of Labor and Employment Law); "The Use of Proof of Claim Forms and Gag Orders in Employment Discrimination Class Actions," 10 CONN.L.REV. 920 (1978);" Strategic Effects of the Weber Decision on Employers," published in EMPLOYMENT & BENEFIT PRACTICES AFTER WEBER -- AFFIRMATIVE ACTION, AGE & SEX (Harcourt Brace Jovanovich, 1979), reprinted in FEDERAL BAR ASSOCIATION, EQUAL EMPLOYMENT PRACTICE GUIDE, vol. I, chapter III (1980); (c) "Post-Certification Problems in Class Actions," published in the PRACTICING LAW INSTITUTE HANDBOOK, FEDERAL CIVIL RIGHTS LITIGATION (1982); "Why Plaintiffs' Counsel Challenge Tests, and How They Can Successfully Challenge the Theory of >Validity Generalization," 33 JOURNAL OF VOCATIONAL BEHAVIOR 331 (1988); "Predictability in EEO Litigation," in PROMOTING MINORITIES AND WOMEN: A PRACTICAL GUIDE TO AFFIRMATIVE ACTION FOR THE 1990S, A BNA SPECIAL REPORT (Bureau of National Affairs, 1989); "The Loss of Predictability in EEO Litigation, and Further Questions to Be Resolved," in EMPLOYMENT DISCRIMINATION AFTER THE 1989 U.S. SUPREME COURT RULINGS (Prentice Hall, 1989); “Pursuing Punitive Damages in Job Bias Cases,” TRIAL, July 2002, p. 64; “The Shrinking Door to Discovery,” TRIAL, May 2001, p. 48; and “16 Summary Judgment Commandments,” TRIAL, Dec. 2000, p. 28. In addition, I have numerous CLE papers, some on arbitration. Many but not all of my papers are on my web site at www.RickSeymourLaw.com. Others may be obtained from me by request.
Spoke on AAA Webinar, Navigating the Discovery and Evidence Roadmap in Arbitration, March 2016. Speaks frequently, including at ABA programs sponsored by the Sections of Business Law, Dispute Resolution, Labor and Employment Law, Litigation, and Tort Trial and Insurance Practice. Speaker at training program for Federal judges put on by Federal Judicial Center and New York University Law School in 2005; speaker at various times for ABA entities, AAJ (formerly ATLA), ALI-ABA (every year), ALI-CLE (every year), NELA (every year), and State or City Bars of Atlanta, Arizona (every year), Chicago, DC, Connecticut, Florida, Georgia, Houston, King County (Washington), Minnesota, Ohio, Pennsylvania (every year), South Carolina, Wisconsin. Spoke to the Employment Lawyers Association of England in 2013. Testified at a public hearing of the Federal courts' Advisory Committee on the Civil Rules in 2008, and provided comments on proposed amendments to the Civil Rules in 2014. The testimony and comments may be obtained by request.