5 considerations for using survey data in employment cases

September 2, 2020

Surveys are occasionally used by attorneys to collect data and information to be used as a part of employment litigation. The data arising from surveys can be a valuable part of building your case, especially when compiled into statistical evidence rather than anecdotal examples; however, a substandard survey leaves you open to criticism and can instead become a tool used against your case.

In this Law360 article, authors Kristen Backor and Abby Turner outline five considerations that should be taken into account when drafting any survey.

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