Statistical Analysis And Class Actions: Part 2

May 28, 2015

This article from Law360 by Dr. Nathan Woods, a partner at Edgeworth, is the second article in a three part series discussing the statistical analysis of class certification topics in wage-and-hour class and collective actions.

In this article, Dr. Woods examines rigorous analysis and statistical testing of whether common patterns are present in a wage-and-hours proposed class. He uses an illustrative example of an off-the-clock allegation to show how rigorous analysis can shed light on whether apparent differences in subparts of a proposed class are statistically meaningful.

To learn more, read “Statistical Analysis And Class Actions: Part 2.”

For more insights on this topic, read Statistical Analysis And Class Actions: Part 1” and “Statistical Analysis And Class Actions: Part 3.”

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