Dawn M. Kovner
Dawn M. Kovner is a principal in the Labor & Employment Practice of CRA.
Ms. Kovner is an economist who specializes in economic damages calculations in single-plaintiff claims involving allegations of wrongful termination, failure to promote, failure to accommodate, and related employment issues. In addition to valuing lost earnings and benefits, she performs and directs analysis on national and local labor markets, job availability, compensation, benefits, and plaintiff mitigation efforts. She has prepared economic valuations of life care plans and calculations related to loss of household services in personal injury and wrongful death cases.
Her areas of experience include the valuation of complex public and private benefit plans, executive compensation and incentive plans and business profit projections. Her practice also includes litigation support and analysis in class claims requiring calculations of unpaid wages and penalties associated with off-the-clock work.
Ms. Kovner has more than 25 years of experience working directly with attorneys, reviewing and responding to reports of opposing expert economists, and providing expert insights at all stages of the litigation process. Before joining CRA, Ms. Kovner was an economist with Welch Consulting for more than 20 years.