Beth Brascugli De Lima is a HR Expert Witness and is nationally certified as a Senior Professional in Human Resources with a state-specific certification in California (SPHR-CA) by the Society for Human Resource Management (SHRM).
Ms. De Lima is an expert in the HR aspects of employment regulation compliance, litigation and vocational rehabilitation. Ms. De Lima provides HR Expert Witness Consulting services regarding the ADA and FMLA on both a state and national level and has been at the forefront of helping organizations comply with these complex regulations since they were enacted.
Ms. De Lima provides HR Expert Witness consulting regarding HR industry standards, policies / procedures, and best practices for both the defendant and plaintiff in the following areas:
With the unique advantage of being experienced in both vocational rehabilitation and human resource management, Ms. De Lima conducts vocational and HR assessments for use in job re-training, labor market assessments, employment litigation, personal injury, or Dissolution.
Ms. De Lima takes a holistic approach to HR matters, and has worked frequently on both the employee and employer side of sensitive personnel disputes. Her in-depth knowledge of employment legislation makes her well suited to her work as a liaison between HR professionals and attorneys in the event of threatened or existing litigation.
Beth Brascugli De Lima,MBA, SPHR-CA, SHRM-SCP
Principal and Founder
Ms. De Lima serves clients nationally from three locations: two Northern California locations: One in San Jose / San Francisco, CA and one in the area of Sacramento, CA / Stockton, CA and our newest location in Seattle, WA. She travels regularly for depositions and court testimony from her Silicon Valley office located 5 minutes from the San Jose, CA airport. In addition, she has successful experience with video depositions, which greatly reduce travel expense. Call her at 209-728-8905 to arrange an appointment to discuss your case and to confirm if her busy schedule will enable her to accept your case.