Economic bust, litigation boom
Abstract: The sluggish economy might not be the only scapegoat for lackluster business performance. Civil wrongdoings, such as breach of contract or negligence, also cause companies to lose money. This article explains how a financial expert uses the evidence to determine the appropriate damages theory to account for loss in a damages case. The article mentions several factors the expert considers, including financial projections, comparable data, and damages duration. It also lists several accepted methods for quantifying economic damages.