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Power and Statistical Significance in Securities Fraud Litigation

Jill E. Fisch Jonah B. Gelbach

Harvard Business Law Review (2021)

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Copy Citation: | Jill E. Fisch and Jonah B. Gelbach. "Power and Statistical Significance in Securities Fraud Litigation." Harvard Business Law Review 11, (2021): 55. https://ssrn.com/abstract=3575723. Jill E. Fisch, and Jonah B. Gelbach, Power and Statistical Significance in Securities Fraud Litigation, 11 Harvard Business Law Review 55 (2021).

Topics: Economics; Law; Business

Keywords: Civil procedure; Evidence; Financial economics; Fraud; Securities and Exchange Commission; SEC

Does Anyone Get Stopped at the Gate? An Empirical Assessment of the Daubert Trilogy in the States

Eric Helland Jonathan Klick

Supreme Court Economic Review (2012)

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Copy Citation: | Eric Helland and Jonathan Klick. "Does Anyone Get Stopped at the Gate? An Empirical Assessment of the Daubert Trilogy in the States." Supreme Court Economic Review 20, (2012): 1. https://papers.ssrn.com/sol3/papers.cfm?abstract_id=1370518. Eric Helland, and Jonathan Klick, Does Anyone Get Stopped at the Gate? An Empirical Assessment of the Daubert Trilogy in the States, 20 Supreme Court Economic Review 1 (2012).

Topics: Law

Keywords: Evidence; Standards of admissibility; Expert testimony; Product liability

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