Expert Testimony in Title VII Class Actions

    Expert Testimony in Title VII Class Actions

    Expert Testimony in Title VII Class Actions

    How did the Supreme Court's decision in Dukes modify the type of expert testimony that is admissible and probative in class action cases? What type of expert testimony might still help a judge decide a motion for class certification? What type would still assist the trier of fact in the jury trial of a class action? What is ...
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    How did the Supreme Court's decision in Dukes modify the type of expert testimony that is admissible and probative in class action cases? What type of expert testimony might still help a judge decide a motion for class certification? What type would still assist the trier of fact in the jury trial of a class action? What is the standard for admissibility of such evidence, and does the standard vary depending on whether the evidence is offered in connection with a class certification motion or at trial? Experienced attorneys who have worked with experts in discrimination cases, together with a social scientist and a labor economist who have testified in such cases, will discuss the impact of Dukes and the latest developments. MODERATOR: James M. Finberg, Altshuler Berzon LLP, San Francisco, CA SPEAKERS:Mary D. Baker, ERS Group, Tallahassee, FLMichael J. Gray, Jones Day, Chicago, ILDr. Anthony Greenwald, University of Washington, Seattle, WAJocelyn Larkin, Impact Fund, Berkeley, CA

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    Section of Labor and Employment Law

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    5250139

    Publication Date

    11/1/2011 12:00:00 AM

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