Our clients include leading law firms, Fortune 500 companies, not for profit organizations and government agencies.
We bring strategic insight, analytic rigor and clarity to complex issues and help our clients make informed decisions.
Drawing upon well-established labor economics theory and methodologies, as well as the principles of statistics, we provide law firms and companies with sound economic analysis in several areas of labor and employment law.
Honest and Unbiased Assessment and Analysis of Issues
Our reputation is built on fulfilling the promise we make to our clients: to deliver unbiased, fact-based findings which facilitate the decision-making process and help guide our clients to the appropriate actions.
Commitment to Protect Confidential Information
Much of the data we work with is confidential and needs to be handled with tremendous sensitivity. We understand legal concerns and are committed to work with the necessary care and deliberation. All information received by our office, regardless of the manner of transmission, is appropriately safeguarded. Any information that the law does not require us to keep on file is not retained.
What sets us apart from the rest?
Unlike larger consulting firms, we are known for the personal involvement of our expert economists and statisticians at every stage of your project. From our initial meeting through issues assessment, analysis and strategic planning, our experts are with you. We do all the work ourselves, including report preparation and expert testimony.
We have particular expertise in the assembly and statistical analysis of data appropriate to assessing claims of age, gender, and race discrimination in employment. We also have considerable experience in the estimation of economic damages in employment discrimination and wrongful death litigation.
We are actively engaged in pioneering efforts to value vaccines in ways faithful to well-established principles of finance and economics, and in line with new value-based healthcare initiatives. We seek to raise awareness about the appropriate use of benefit-cost and return-on-investment estimates in making rational policy decisions about including particular vaccines in national immunization programs and reimbursing their cost to end users.