Nathan Associates experts have substantial experience providing expert analysis and testimony in cases and projects involving wrongful termination claims. The cases listed below are representative of past engagements of our experts.
Employee v. State Department of Corrections
Dr. Chen Song provided consulting and expert witness services to defendant’s counsel in a wrongful termination retaliation matter. She authored an expert report to quantify economic damages and rebut plaintiff’s expert’s analysis.
Employee v. University
Dr. Stephen Schneider provided expert witness services on behalf of plaintiff in a case alleging wrongful termination on the basis of age. He calculated economic losses, prepared an expert report, and testified by deposition.
Dr. Chen Song provided numerous consulting services in a wrongful termination matter, where she used Census and other data to estimate labor market availabilities by geographic location, evaluated job search efforts and mitigation opportunities, and constructed financial models to compute economic damages under a variety of scenarios. In addition, she rebutted opposing expert’s analysis and assisted counsel with cross-examination.
Breach of Contract
Employee v. Financial Services Firm
Dr. Chen Song provided consulting services in connection with arbitration on a breach of contract claim from a portfolio manager. She evaluated portfolio returns and calculated lost earnings.
Employee v. Gaming and High-Tech Firm
Dr. Chen Song provided consulting services to defendant?s counsel in a case involving a breach of contract allegation by a high-level executive. She calculated damages using information from analyst reports issued by major investment banks, and studied academic peer-reviewed journal articles that formed the basis of opinions on executive compensations in the high-tech industry.
Employees v. Entertainment Software Company
Dr. Chen Song provided consulting services to defendant’s counsel in a case involving wrongful termination breach of contract allegation by several managers. She valued stock options using a modified version of the Black-Scholes Option Pricing Framework.