The Importance of Data in Commercial Litigation
Jun 10, 2014
Join Edgeworth expert Michael Kheyfets and Latham & Watkins partner Belinda Lee for a complimentary Webinar on Wednesday, June 18, 12:30-1:30 p.m. ET. Edgeworth president Dr. John Johnson will moderate the Webinar.
Expert analysis in commercial litigation frequently--and increasingly--relies on very large and complex data sets. The development and implementation of these data sets in the litigation context has substantial impact on the discovery effort as well as on the credibility of arguments made by the litigants. In this Edgeworth Economics FORUM Webinar, Mr. Kheyfets and Ms. Lee will discuss how data is used in commercial litigation, describe data management best practices, and survey recent court decisions affected by experts' treatment of data.
Michael Kheyfets is an economist at Edgeworth Economics. He is an expert on economic analysis and modeling for a variety of clients in litigation, advisory, and regulatory contexts. He develops and analyzes large datasets for complex litigation matters and has employed statistical modeling to calculate damages for antitrust and labor disputes.
Belinda Lee is a partner at Latham & Watkins. Her practice focuses on cartel matters and complex business litigation. Ms. Lee regularly represents US and Asian companies on abuse of dominance and price-fixing cartel investigations before regulators and courts in the US, Canada, Europe, Brazil, Japan, Korea, Singapore, Taiwan, and Australia.
Dr. John Johnson is the president of Edgeworth Economics. He uses econometrics and economic theory to develop careful analyses in a wide range of antitrust, labor and employment, class action, and damages-related matters. Dr. Johnson frequently writes and presents on economic topics related to litigation, including several highly-cited papers on rigorous analysis in antitrust class actions.
Register for the complimentary Webinar here: https://www4.gotomeeting.com/register/243698511.