Employment Discrimination: Economic and Statistical Analysis - Scottsdale, Arizona

Date   Oct 4 - 5, 2012


JW Marriott Camelback
5402 East Lincoln Drive
Scottsdale, AZ 85253

FordHarrison partner Dinita James will speak at the Employment Discrimination: An Economic and Statistical Analysis seminar hosted by ERS Group, Inc.

About the Program

Who Should Attend?

Labor attorneys, corporate counsel, and human resource professionals involved in the design, review and implementation of employment policies and processes related to hiring, job placement, promotion, terminations, and compensation.

Why Attend?

Counsel who understand how economics and statistics are used to analyze the outcomes of decisions have the ability to more effectively direct litigation and trial strategy, cross-examine the opposing side's witnesses, and work productively with clients and experts. This same understanding of how to review and interpret statistical analyses also allows executives, counsel and HR professionals to reduce employee dissatisfaction and the potential for litigation.

What You'll Learn

  • Identify when to retain a labor economist and know how to respond to opposing experts
  • Work effectively with labor economists in litigation, settlement negotiations, and arbitration
  • Minimize or avoid potential litigation by knowing how to identify problem areas
  • Recognize the concepts underlying statistical studies
  • Understand how statistical techniques are applied in employment discrimination cases
  • Detect an inappropriately modeled employment analysis or inappropriately applied statistical analysis