Attaining Reasonable Certainty in Damages Calculations
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The objective of this practice aid is to expand upon existing literature and raise awareness concerning those aspects of a damages calculation in which the concept of reasonable certainty is most likely to be scrutinized. Ultimately, the intent of the practice aid is to help practitioners understand the expectations courts impose upon experts as a result of, for example, Rule 702 of the Federal Rules of Evidence (FRE 702), or comparable tests applied at the state level.
Access the Attaining Reasonable Certainty in Damages Calculations practice guide in the FVS Online Professional Library.
Chapter 1 – The Principle of Reasonable Certainty
Chapter 2 – The Client-Supplied Information
Chapter 3 – Causation Considerations
Chapter 4 – Newly Established Businesses
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