To find a qualified professional, it's important to be familiar with how the area's sub-disciplines are different.
For over a decade, there's been an increasing debate among legal practitioners regarding the practice of appraisal arbitrage.
Was statistical evidence appropriately used in certifying a class of workers?
The Federal Circuit provides guidance on the quantification of lost profits in patent infringement cases and the role of reasonable certainty.
By Janell Walther
Using small-group strategies can help deliberative groups like juries, who can be easily overwhelmed by process and information.
By Francis (Frank) X. Pampush
Two important ideas in statistical sampling can make the difference between reliable and unreliable data.
The value of a celebrity’s right to publicity is a challenging question to answer. Careful and complete due diligence and analysis is key to developing a valuation that is reasonable and reliable for addressing tax and other commercial disputes. (9:33 min)
Dr. Frank Pampush shares some best practices when determining what should be considered regarding valid statistics. (9:29 min)
Jury selection may not be as glamourous as the actual trial, but it is crucial for success. Hear veteran litigator Darren Vanpuybrouck explain why Baston Challenges, even if not accepted, are a powerful tool in both criminal and civil matters. (6:04 min)
Our friends at the Trial Evidence Committee are updating a survey of the standards for the admissibility of expert opinion testimony in the 50 States and the District of Columbia, with emphasis on the applicability of Daubert in each jurisdiction.
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