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Expert Witness

Gain a strategic advantage in employment-related lawsuits with EPS employment practices experts. Plaintiffs can strengthen their case with an expert describing accepted human resources practices in hiring, training, supervision, complaint response, investigations, and discipline. Employers can bolster their defense with an expert who speaks to the consistency of their actions with practices. Juries benefit from our seasoned practitioners' experience-based explanations of generally accepted workplace practices.

Our expert witness consulting services include case review, pre litigation, and litigation expert witness support. Our expert witness services may include testimony at deposition or trial. EPS experts are also available to provide pre litigation expert reports to assist in mediation, arbitration, or settlement negotiations. Our experts are also trainers and can clearly articulate their expertise and experience in a wide variety of practice areas. Jurors benefit from expert witnesses who have been directly involved in the specific workplace issues that are the focus of the litigation. Our experts can describe not only how an employer should respond to a complaint but testify as to how they themselves have responded to such complaints.

Our consultants are widely recognized as human resources and employment law experts and have been retained in hundreds of cases. They have been qualified by federal courts under Federal Rules of Evidence 702, as well as by state courts. Our attorney experts bring extensive experience, having conducted thousands of hours of investigations, training, and consulting across various industries. This hands-on expertise is an invaluable resource for the trier of fact to understand the complexities of complicated employment law litigation.

Our experts are engaged by legal counsel to provide expert witness services on a wide variety of employment issues including:

  • Sexual harassment prevention
  • Sexual harassment corrective action
  • Veracity of an internal investigation
  • Retaliation
  • Independent contractor classification
  • Negligent hiring
  • Negligent retention
  • Negligent supervision
  • Pay discrimination
  • Promotions and performance management
  • Reasonable accommodations
  • FMLA and leave Issues
  • Sex discrimination
  • Racial discrimination
  • Religious discrimination
  • Disability discrimination
  • Age discrimination