Valuation is a critical component of many engagements we accept, both in employment-related litigation and wrongful death cases.
Economic Damages in the Workplace
We have considerable experience estimating damages in the context of allegations of wrongful termination, breach of contract, discriminatory treatment and reductions in the workforce. We use sophisticated models and econometric techniques designed to capture all components of lost earnings. We have also prepared pre and post-litigation remediation estimates. Our team has evaluated expert reports and testimony concerning economic damages in complex and high-profile cases.
We have substantial expertise in valuation of losses suffered by families due to the wrongful death of a family member. Our analysis considers the full economic impact of the death to the family or estate of the decedent. Areas of economic loss may include loss of wages, fringe benefits, and household services. The decedent’s work-life expectancy, real growth in earnings, level of education and lifetime earnings trajectory are just some of the factors considered in our analysis. We take great pride in our ability to collect all relevant data through comprehensive research into case-specific details.
Our valuation team always includes a forensic accountant and an economic demographer, ensuring that our methodology is state-of- the-art.