Resolution Economics provides sophisticated economic, statistical and financial analyses, forensic investigations, forensic technology, dispute advisory, expert testimony, and specialized technology and analytic solutions to leading law firms, Fortune 500 companies, and government agencies.
The firm has provided expert testimony in class-action, multi-plaintiff and single plaintiff employment matters alleging discrimination in employment practices on the basis of age, race, gender, national origin, and ethnicity. The experts at Resolution Economics have managed complex, high profile litigation and compliance matters, many of which were national in scope. The Labor and Employment team is one of the most experienced in the nation at analyzing class certification and merits issues in class-action discrimination disputes, and are experienced in handling complex wage and hour matters as well. The firm also provides assistance in information management, statistical sampling, and statistical analysis, as well as data collection, surveys, and observation studies.
Cary Elliott, is a Director at Resolution Economics LLC, an economics and statistics consulting firm with offices in Los Angeles, Chicago, Washington, D.C. and New York. He holds a Ph.D. in economics from Princeton University. Prior to joining Resolution Economics, Dr. Elliott worked as a senior economist in the executive and legislative branches of the Federal Government; he provided statistical analysis and policy advice to top government executives and members of Congress and their staff. In addition to his years of government service, he has worked as a senior consultant and research manager on various litigation matters.
Dr. Elliott has a wide range of experience applying economic and statistical techniques in public policy and legal matters. He has worked as a consultant and supported expert testimony in labor and employment cases, major antitrust cases, asbestos liability claims matters, and in multidistrict litigation alleging fraud in pharmaceutical pricing. Throughout his career, Dr. Elliott has specialized in answering specific and non-routine empirical questions that arise in the context of complex litigation and public policy. His experience includes analyzing large public access government databases, and constructing analytical datasets from disparate sources within private firms including payroll data and other financial data. Dr. Elliott is experienced in analyzing potential liability and calculating damages in a wide variety of employment matters, including wrongful termination, compensation, hiring, promotions, and FLSA wage and hour claims.