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Assessing Economic Damages: Key Considerations and Legal Issues

Recorded on: Mar. 6, 2018
Running Time: 01:04:11

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Taken from the One-Hour Briefing Recorded February 2018 in New York

Assessing Economic Damages: Key Considerations and Legal Issues [01:04:11]

Understanding the legal theories of damages, quantification, and how to utilize an expert witness are critical in obtaining a favorable damages award.  In this practical session, an experienced damages expert and commercial litigator discuss legal developments, strategies and challenges in quantifying and recovering economic damages.   

This presentation will address the various issues that arise when economic damages are at issue in legal proceedings, with a focus on recent cases and developments in commercial litigation.  Topics to be covered by Donald M. May of DMA Economics, LLC and  Julia Sandler of Fleischman Law Firm include:    

  • Types of economic damages
  • Alternative approaches to damages quantification
  • Satisfying the legal elements for recovery
  • Selecting and utilizing expert witnesses

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  • Assessing Economic Damages: Key Considerations and Legal Issues
    Donald M. May, Julia Sandler
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