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Do we really need experts in wage and hour cases? Our own experts debate the pros and cons of using them. They address when you need experts and when you do not, what you need them for, avoiding or defeating Daubert challenges, and how to control the costs of an expert. They also explore the use of survey experts, misclassification experts, statisticians, and others.
Dorothy A. O'Brien Dorothy A. O’Brien has been practicing law for 28 years. She earned her law degree from the University of Iowa in 1984, and has devoted her career to workplace fairness.
Sam J. Smith Sam J. Smith is the managing partner of Burr & Smith, LLP in Tampa, Florida. He practices complex class, collective action, and multi-party litigation in wage and hour law, employment discrimination and civil rights. He has received an award for...MoreSam J. Smith is the managing partner of Burr & Smith, LLP in Tampa, Florida. He practices complex class, collective action, and multi-party litigation in wage and hour law, employment discrimination and civil rights. He has received an award for Outstanding Service in Public Accommodations law from the Washington Lawyers’ Committee for Civil Rights and Urban Affairs and a Foot Soldiers’ Award from the NAACP. He served on the Board of Editors of the Second Edition of The Fair Labor Standards Act treatise and edited Chapter 19, Collective Actions, and Chapter 20 Hybrid Class Actions, and is the Florida Chapter Editor of Wage and Hour Laws, A State-by-State Survey. He is a Past Plaintiff-Employee Co-Chair of the Federal Labor Standards Legislation Committee of the Section of Labor and Employment Law of the American Bar Association and the ABA FLSA Subcommittee and the Legislative Liaison for the Wage & Hour Practice Group of the National Association of Employment Lawyers. Mr. Smith has represented plaintiffs in numerous multi-million dollar wage and hour and employment discrimination class actions. Collapse
Marni Willenson Marni Willenson is the owner of Willenson Law, LLC. Her primary practice areas are class action, wage and hour, employment discrimination, and whistleblower litigation. Before opening her practice, Ms. Willenson was Litigation Coordinator at...MoreMarni Willenson is the owner of Willenson Law, LLC. Her primary practice areas are class action, wage and hour, employment discrimination, and whistleblower litigation. Before opening her practice, Ms. Willenson was Litigation Coordinator at Farmworker Justice where she represented low-wage migrant workers in collective and class action litigation. Prior to that, she was a shareholder of Miner, Barnhill & Galland where she litigated class actions, civil rights, employment, false claims, and other cases in federal and state court. Ms. Willenson was a Skadden Fellow and staff attorney at the Chicago Lawyers’ Committee for Civil Rights Under Law, Inc., is a member of the Seventh Circuit Electronic Discovery Pilot Program Committee, and was named a SuperLawyer in employment law in 2012 and 2013. Collapse
March 8, 2013
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Use Of Experts In Wage & Hour Cases Audio
Use Of Experts In Wage & Hour Cases Paper
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