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Review of Statistical Inference in Damages Analysis

April 26, 2011

The Spring 2011 issue of Dunn on Damages–The Economic Damages Report for Litigators and Experts has an article by Michael A. Crain titled “Statistical Inference in Damages Analysis”.  Just last week an expert witness reviewed the article and rated it as a 4.5 out of 5.0.  The expert witness says:

The article was particularly useful related to analysis of alleged age discrimination and preparation of a written report.  Courts expect appropriate statistical proof of discrimination, and Mr. Crain’s article explains there are a variety of statistical methods available.  The article helped refute defendant’s argument that only one or a very limited number of approaches could constitute appropriate statistical evidence.

View the expert witness’ review of Statistical Inference in Damages Analysis.

You will also find at the above link information for purchasing the quarterly newsletter Dunn on Damages–The Economic Damages Report for Litigators and Experts.

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