Disputing or Leveraging Statistical Evidence in Complex Wage and Hour Litigation
Defense Techniques in Certification, Liability and Damages
Recording of a 90-minute CLE webinar with Q&A
This CLE webinar will provide employment counsel with strategic approaches to dispute and leverage statistical evidence in complex wage and hour litigation. Our panel will review statistical sampling techniques and offer defense best practices for all phases of trial.
- Constitutional due process
- Trial plan
- Use of statistical sampling
- Special circumstances in misclassification cases
The panel will review these and other key questions:
- What techniques should be implemented to handle the use of statistical evidence during the certification phase of a wage and hour action?
- How may employment counsel leverage the California Supreme Court’s decision in Duran v. U.S. Bank? How will it apply in misclassification cases?
- What are the most effective challenges to the use of statistical sampling during the liability phase of trial?
- How should counsel advocate for more individualized assessments of damages as opposed to an average based on the entire class? Under what circumstances?
Sparlin Law Office
Mr. Sparlin applies statistics and quantitative analysis to the practice of employment law. He represents and... | Read More
Mr. Sparlin applies statistics and quantitative analysis to the practice of employment law. He represents and counsels employers in matters related to affirmative action, OFCCP compliance, EEO litigation, OSHA compliance and litigation, and wage and hour compliance. Statistical counseling provides a data-based methodology to defense of discrimination claims and projections of adverse impacts of contemplated employment actions such as layoffs.Close
Paul F. White, Ph.D.
As a Managing Director of ERS Group, a national leader in statistical and economic consulting, Dr. White’s... | Read More
As a Managing Director of ERS Group, a national leader in statistical and economic consulting, Dr. White’s practice areas cover all aspects of employment discrimination cases. His labor and employment practice also includes proactive monitoring of compensation and employee selections, FLSA wage and hour cases, economic damages (single-plaintiff, multi-plaintiff, and class actions), union contract negotiations, NLRB hearings, and OFCCP investigations of federal contractors.Close