Expert Economic Testimony: Reference Guide for Judges and Attorneys
Thomas R. Ireland, Ph.D. et al
Lawyers and Judges Publishing Co., Inc.
Civil Litigation is primarily about assigning economic damages, qualifying the damages, and then enforcement of the decision of the court. The book is divided into five primary sections: Valuing Economic Loss in Personal Injury, Wrongful Death and Survival Actions, Measuring Commercial Damages, Valuing a Closely Held Business, and Analyzing Allegations of Employment Discrimination. The book is clearly written and thoughtfully presented. It contains pertinent information for those practitioners who litigate cases that involve more than a simple contract receivable, and for those business people who have or could face losses. It is also an important read for any risk manager or insurance executive with claims responsibility.