Some of the most contentious litigation involves employment disputes alleging discrimination and harassment, theft of trade secrets, breach of fiduciary duty, and/or corporate malfeasance. WIT provides top experts for high-stakes, high-profile matters arising out of all aspects of the employee-employer relationship.
WIT (formerly a division of DOAR) has been involved in some of the most prominent and modern-day employment cases, including #MeToo allegations, race and gender discrimination, and breach of contract involving billions of dollars. We represent leading minds in academia and industry and have expert teams to effectively address the crucial topics in employment cases.
- Race and Gender Discrimination
- Retaliation Claims
- Sexual Harassment
- Unequal Pay and Benefits
- Wrongful Termination
WIT has built expert teams of human resources professionals, industrial and organizational psychologists, forensic psychiatrists, labor economists, statisticians, and forensic accountants who work nationwide on matters with both plaintiffs and defendants.
- Breach of Contract
- Breach of Fiduciary Duty
- “Corporate Divorces”
- Fraud or Embezzlement
- Misappropriation of Trade Secrets or Theft
WIT provides skilled experts who can establish the value of a company, the worth of shares or options, lost earnings, and lost profits from diverted corporate opportunities.
- Computer Forensics
- Data Privacy
- Employee Malfeasance
- Intellectual Property
- Source Code
Our expert teams of human resources professionals and industrial and organizational psychologists, source code analysts, engineers, data privacy specialists, and computer forensics experts work together to address the interwoven technical and non-technical aspects of “bet-the-company” claims.
- False Claims Act
- Retaliation and Wrongful Discharge Claims
- The Foreign Corrupt Practices Act
- The Securities and Exchange Act
WIT represents top forensic accountants, labor economists, human resources professionals, industrial-organizational psychologists, and industry experts who can provide specific context on the alleged wrongdoing for the trier-of-fact.
Testifying experts must be qualified to render relevant and reliable opinions within their subject matter knowledge and possess clear and effective communication and presentation skills. WIT’s expert teams cover the five main areas of employment litigation and have experience helping the trier-of-fact understand complex ideas.
Human Resources Professionals
- Data Scientists
Source Code Analysts
- Economic Damages
ERISA Plan Auditors
- Emotional Damages
Medical Record Specialists
Corporate Messaging Consultants
Litigation Strategy Consultants
Media and Public Relations Consultants