the panelists and attendees for a reception following the
Economic evidence is playing an increasing role
with class certification in antitrust litigation. As a result, substantive
battles are taking place with economics and statistics central to the
resolution. The issue that economists most often address in their
testimony, is whether the facts of the case satisfy the requirement under Rule
Given the recent court rulings with rigorous
analysis, economists have turned to regression analysis to address the
issue. This program will give you the ins and outs of how both plaintiffs
and defendants use regression analysis in the class certification
After this seminar, attendees will have gained an
understanding of the expert economic testimony now being considered by courts at
the class certification stage, and how that testimony can be used to support or
defeat class certification.
I. Best practices for
plaintiffs seeking to certify an antitrust class
Best practices for defendants seeking to defeat class
III. The role of economic testimony and
regression analysis at the class certification stage
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