To prevail in a civil lawsuit, a plaintiff must demonstrate that, subsequent to the alleged wrongful act, it experienced some economic harm, such as a reduction in its sales or profits. The plaintiff must also prove that the defendant’s behavior was the proximate cause of the economic harm. This session will analyze the role of the damages expert in the identification and presentation of causation evidence.
- Understand the role of the damages expert related to causation
- Communicate with counsel to obtain and evaluate causation evidence
- Communicate the connection between the damages computation and the causation evidence