August 14, 2018 Articles

Statistics in Class Actions: Is the Computer Algorithm Era upon Us? (Part II)

A discussion of the practical implications of using statistical methods in litigation.

By Paul G. Karlsgodt, Patrick T. Lewis, and Bonnie McNee

This is the second in a two-part series discussing the use of statistics in class actions. In Part I, we examined the history of statistics as a tool in supporting or defending against class actions and the recent case law discussing permissible and impermissible uses of statistical methods. In Part II, we examine some of the practical implications in light of the current legal landscape.

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