Category: Litigation Challenges
Field of Study: Business Law
Audience: HR Managers, HR Generalists
Level of Difficulty: Advanced
Delivery Method: Self-Study
Some college level courses with moderate algebraic training
This course introduces an analyst to the evolving Daubert criteria for the admissibility of expert witness testimony
in litigation matters. We take a look at junk science and how judges determine validity and reliability in court cases. This course focuses on the presentation of data that must meet Daubert criteria for relevance, validity and reliability. We discuss presentation of statistics, standard deviation
and standard error in expert witness testimony.
- Understand how the Carmichael, Daubert and Frye court cases impact expert witness testimony
- Explain how the four Daubert tests are used to eliminate junk science expert witness testimony in litigation matters
- Develop an analysis of salary survey statistics using the Daubert criteria for relevance, validity and reliability
- Describe how the standard deviation formula is used to find standard error for statistics used in expert witness testimony
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