Implied False Certification FCA Claims: A Basic Overview of Universal Health Services, Inc. v. United States ex rel. Escobar, 136 S.Ct. 1989
Amy F. Shulman, author, Paper presented at the Annual CLE Conference of the American Bar Association, Labor and Employment Law Section (“LEL”)), Chicago, IL, 2016
Use Of Statistical Evidence In Complex Wage Litigation
Adam T. Klein and Tarik F. Ajami. Statistical evidence has taken its place as a core class of evidence in complex employment cases. Yet despite the centrality of statistics in the field, there is precious little caselaw addressing the use of expert statistical evidence in complex wage-and-hour litigation. However, as a growing number of practitioners have recognized, class and collective wage-and-hour litigation is as well-suited or better-suited for the use of statistical experts as are Title VII and other employment actions.