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Michael L. Brookshire
Michael L. Brookshire, Ph.D. is a Professor of Economics at the Marshall University Graduate College in Charleston, West Virginia, and the President of Michael L. Brookshire and Associates. His doctorate in economics is from the University of Tennessee, Knoxville, and much of his early career was spent as an executive officer of the University of Tennessee and the University of Cincinnati. Dr. Brookshire has authored two books and over thirty-five refereed articles and book chapters on the proper calculation of economic damages. He has worked for plaintiff and defense attorneys in such notable cases as the Arrow Air (Gander, Newfoundland) and Lockerbie (Scotland) airplane crash cases and such class action cases as the Fen-Phen, Bendectin, E. I. du Pont C-8, and Tobacco Smoker cases. Dr. Brookshire was a charter member of the National Association of Forensic Economics (NAFE) and served on the Board of Directors from 1990-2001. He served as the fifth president of the Association in 1993–1994 and as the second, executive director of the Association from 1999–2001. He received in 1999 the past presidents’ award for outstanding service to the Association.More About Michael L. Brookshire
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The Plaintiff and Defense Attorney's Guide to Understanding Economic Damages is an informative yet compact book pertaining to the use of economic damage testimony in trial or mediation. You will learn about estimation of wage and salary loss, fringe benefit loss, household services loss, estimating losses for adults and children, understanding and retaining economic damage experts, the roles of life care planners and vocational/rehabilitation experts, punitive damages, F.E.L.A. cases involving injured railroaders, international issues , gender, age, ethnic background, and more. You’ll also read about the use of economic damages in mediation, arbitration, or trial situations and structured settlements. Included is a CD-ROM, a valuable source of additional information and resources.Click on the book title for more information.
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