Regression Modeling

Regression modeling is the pattern or plan of the understanding of how the typical value of the dependent variable changes when any one of the independent variables is varied, while the other independent variables are held fixed.


Regression Analysis in Litigation

It is important for litigators to understand the fundamentals of regression analysis, particularly when direct evidence of harm is absent. Fortuitously, the District Court for the Southern District of New York recently provided a primer on regression analysis as background to its evaluation of expert testimony under Daubert.


Expert Economist’s Regression Analysis Withstands Daubert Challenge in E-Book Antitrust Litigation

An important decision relating to expert testimony was recently issued by the New York federal court overseeing class action antitrust lawsuits filed against Apple, and five leading publishers, alleging that the defendants conspired to raise and fix e-book prices in violation of the antitrust laws.