Use of Experts in Employment Litigation: A Primer for In-House Counsel
Many garden-variety employment claims do not need defense expert witnesses, but for high-stakes, big-dollar, and/or collective or class actions, experts should be seriously considered. Strategic deployment of effective experts – ranging from statisticians, forensic computer technologists, human resources professionals, handwriting experts, CPAs, and psychiatrists – can be instrumental in winning cases or significantly reducing settlement values. Likewise, in prosecuting non-compete and trade secret claims against former employees, experts can make or break the case.
Share an hour with two of our experienced trial lawyers who have extensive experience utilizing a broad array of experts. They will share practical insights on whether and when to use experts and the types of experts that add value in certain cases, and offer guidance on managing expert fees.
Date: Friday, June 8, 2018
Time:12:30-1:30 p.m. (Eastern)
Barnes & Thornburg Speakers
Kathleen Anderson, Partner
Damon Leichty, Partner
John Maley, Partner
1.0 hour of CLE credits pending, depending on jurisdiction.
Questions? Contact Courtney Brown at email@example.com or (317) 231-7312.