On multiple occasions during the past ten years, Burkman Economics has provided assessments of the present values of complex life care plans. The plans have addressed the future costs of traumatic brain injuries, paraplegia and quadriplegia, severe burns, and other catastrophic injuries.
Burkman Economics has provided numerous reports in matters involving employment discrimination and its costs, including lost earnings and lost benefits (1995 to present).
Burkman Economics has assessed the fair market value of multi-class assets held in trust in one of the largest civil settlements in the U.S. in 2011.
Calculating the fair market value of multi-class assets held in trust in the second largest civil settlement in the U.S. for the 2011 (2011, 2012)
Providing analysis of class action settlement disclosure procedures specified in FAS5 of the Financial Accounting Standards Board (2011)
Determining market shares for a small number of pharmaceutical companies producing bovine growth hormones (2005)
Assessing lost executive income and benefits in a lawsuit brought under Sarbanes-Oxley legislation (2005)
Advising a trust on reasonable procedures for assessing the present value of lost income and benefits (2007)
Measuring damages when a public school board’s actions allegedly infringed on an employee’s civil rights (2004)
Valuing economic loss following denial of tenure to a college professor (2001, 2007)
Assessing the present value of life care plans for several severely burned children and young adults (2004, 2006, 2008)
Measuring reduced earning capacity following catastrophic injury
Valuing uncompensated over-time earnings for a group of employees (2008)
Forecasting the long-term impact on electricity demand when technological changes improve the operating efficiencies of household appliances (1996)