In a video posted on YouTube, Nancy Fannon (Meyers, Harrison & Pia) talks about the new 4th edition of The Comprehensive Guide to Economic Damages, which she edited along with Jonathan M. Dunitz, Esq. (Verrill Dana). There are eight new chapters, she notes, and some of them deal with compensation forfeiture, fraudulent transfer, the use of surveys in trademark litigation, personal injury and wrongful termination, the use of statistics in damages claims, and the use of event studies in securities litigation. Over 300 pages were added to Volume One, bringing it to over 1,300 pages. Volume Two (case law) has 100 added cases, bringing the total cases to about 240. For more information on the book, click here.
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