Edgeworth Economics Named as a Top Economic Consultancy by Global Competition Review

Edgeworth has been named a top competition economic consultancy by Global Competition Review in its annual publication of the Economics 23 for the 8th year in a row.

Court Relies on Dr. Deborah Foster’s Analysis in Denying Class Certification in California Wage & Hours Case

Dr. Deborah Foster was retained by the defendant in a wage and hour case, Mkhitarian v. Bank of the West, in which employees at branches of a California bank alleged that their employer violated California law by “failing to pay them for all hours worked, missed, short, late, and/or interrupted meal periods and/or rest breaks.” 

Edgeworth Client Prevails in California Lawsuit Alleging Improper Payment of Overtime

Edgeworth Partner Dr. Nathan D. Woods was retained in a California lawsuit alleging improper payment of overtime. At issue, Plaintiff alleged that the way in which Ecolab calculated and paid monthly bonuses did not comply with overtime requirements under California law.

Litigating Breach of Contract Matters During Covid-19

In this Bloomberg Law article, Edgeworth Partner Dr. George Korenko and Mary Gately, Partner at DLA Piper, discuss from a legal and economic perspective the issue of breach of contract damages arising during the COVID-19 pandemic.

Class Certification in College Tuition Refund Class Actions

Sushrut Jain explores the significant hurdle plaintiffs seeking tuition refunds will face at the class certification stage of proving that a formulaic method exists to determine damages without the need for individualized inquiry.

Expert Report on Pay Equity Claims at a Government Agency

Dr. Nathan Woods was retained by the defense in a matter alleging pay disparities adverse to women working with a state government agency.

Pandemic-Related Class Actions: An Economic Perspective

In this on-demand webinar, hear from a panel of attorneys and economic experts for a discussion of the economic and legal principles involved in COVID-related class actions.  

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