Defendant’s Move to Exclude Damages Expert at Class Certification Stage Fails

Business Valuation UpdateVol. 23 No. 5
BVLaw Case Update
May 2017
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In re Stericycle, Inc.
2017 U.S. Dist. LEXIS 21861
February 16, 2017
US
Federal Court
Illinois
United States District Court
Patrick Kilbourne (plaintiffs); unknown (defendant)
Shadur

Summary

Court performs Daubert inquiry at class certification stage, finding plaintiffs’ expert testimony is admissible; expert has shown it is possible to calculate damages by applying common, reliable formula to entire class, court says, certifying class.

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Defendant’s Move to Exclude Damages Expert at Class Certification Stage Fails

Court performs Daubert inquiry at class certification stage, finding plaintiffs’ expert testimony is admissible; expert has shown it is possible to calculate damages by applying common, reliable formula to entire class, court says, certifying class.