Published on February 21, 2017
Who’s Who Legal shines a light on the integral role expert witnesses play in arbitration proceedings. In recognition of the quality of their work in arbitration, 212 practitioners from 17 countries make up this year’s list. We’re proud to announce that three of the esteemed experts honored are our very own Managing Director Dr. Daniel Flores, Senior Economist Ettore Comi, and Managing Director Dr. Jeffrey Leitzinger.
Here’s what Who’s Who Legal reported: “Dr. Daniel Flores at Econ One Research in Washington DC is ‘an expert witness capable of summing up in common words great technical economic debates, allowing the tribunals to understand damage cases in an effective and quick way.’ Alongside him, Ettore Comi is praised for his ‘fantastic writing and presentation style, meticulous preparation and easy, responsive manner’ and Dr. Jeffrey Leitzinger is ‘an accomplished quantum expert with considerable experience producing expert reports and testifying in international arbitral forums.’” Additionally, Dr. Daniel Flores was named one of the ten “most highly regarded individuals” in North America.
Published on February 2, 2017
Published on January 24, 2017
Join Dr. Brian Kriegler for an interactive live webinar: Effective Use of Statistical Evidence in Employment Class Action Litigation- Practical Guide in 2017 . For more on Brian.
Published on January 17, 2017
Senior Economist, Leslie Schafer, will join Azita Mirzaian of Pierce Law Group, Naresh Kilaru, Esq. of Finnegan, Henderson, Farabow, Garrett & Dunner and Leigh Gill, Esq. of Immix Law Group for this informative webinar which will include an overview of the various trademark infringement remedies available, including monetary recovery, injunctive relief and statutory damages. You’ll learn the theories used to recover costs lost by the trademark owners, including lost profits and remedial costs, as well as theories used to recover profits from the infringer. Dr. Leslie Schafer will also discuss the benefits of using an economist in trademark litigation and ways to calculate different types of damages. In conclusion, the panel’s experienced trademark litigators will review useful trademark case law and the recent trends regarding reasonable royalties in trademark litigation damages.
Published on November 8, 2016
Managing Director Dr. Brian Krielger and our Marketing and Business Development Director Stephanie Arnold are attending the ABA 10th Annual Labor and Employment Law Conference in Chicago this week. For more on the conference and for more on Dr. Krielger.
Published on October 28, 2016
Before you can be a great lawyer, arbitrator, or expert, you have to understand what makes a great lawyer, arbitrator, or expert. On October 28, Managing Director Daniel Flores will participate in a panel discussing the specific elements of great work in international arbitration at the VI Coimbra International Arbitration Meeting. He joins some of the most renowned international experts at this event which will be held at the University of Coimbra in Portugal.
Published on October 17, 2016
Senior Economist Eric Forister will be a panelist at the 2016 Patent Disputes Forum South on October 19 in Costa Mesa, CA. He will bring his extensive trial experience to a panel on how to relate a damages case to the jury. Please join him at this full day evenet, rich in valuable information for in-house and corporate counsel, intellectual property litigators and those involved in the ever-changing Patent environment. Learn more and register with the special Econ One code “Sponsorguest” at www.callawyer.com/events/patent-disputes-forum-south
Published on October 14, 2016
For the fourth time in a row, the expert testimony of Senior Economist David Sharp has helped the Equal Employment Opportunity Commission (EEOC) attain damage settlements and consent decrees from employers accused of discrimination on the basis of race or gender.
In the most recent case, the EEOC sued Resource Employment Solutions, LLC for providing Hispanic laborers with preferential treatment in terms of hours, relative to their African-American/non-Hispanic counterparts. In 2016, Dr. Sharp conducted a statistical analysis of the defendant’s timesheet records. His analysis concluded that African-American/non-Hispanic laborers indeed received significantly fewer hours than expected, relative to their representation among the defendant’s total laborers; and, on average, received significantly fewer hours than their Hispanic counterparts. Moreover, his analysis concluded that, even after controlling for the effects of other explanatory variables on hours, all of these shortfalls were statistically significant, well beyond the legal (“Hazelwood standard”) threshold. (See Equal Employment Opportunity Commission v. Resource Employment Solutions, United States District Court for the Northern District of Mississippi, Oxford Division, Case 3:14-CV-217-MPM-SAA.)
In the prior EEOC cases, Dr. Sharp found statistically significant evidence of disparity adverse to female applicants for stocker positions at an Indiana grocery store, African-American applicants for jobs at a Kentucky coal mine, and African-American applicants for jobs with a Tennessee temporary staffing agency. In all of these cases, Sharp’s testimony helped the EEOC attain damage settlements and consent decrees enjoining the defendants from future discriminatory conduct.