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CEO Compensation

In a dispute over CEO compensation, Cornerstone Research worked with a labor economist to analyze whether a particular CEO of a privately held company was overcompensated.


Consulting and Noncompete Contract

Cornerstone Research worked with a finance professor to assess allegations associated with a consulting and noncompete contract granted to the CEO of a firm being acquired via a tender offer.


Gender Discrimination

Defense counsel for a large brokerage firm jointly retained Cornerstone Research and a number of testifying experts in a gender discrimination class action.


Independent Contractor Versus Employee

The plaintiffs brought a wage and hours class action case in which liability and damages turned on whether thousands of workers were classified as independent contractors or employees.


Owner Versus Employee

A large private partnership was alleged to have engaged in age discrimination by including in its partnership agreement a mandatory retirement age for partners.


Race and/or National Origin Discrimination

In a case involving claims of discrimination in pay and promotions on the basis of race and/or national origin, Cornerstone Research and a labor economist were retained by the defendant…


Turnaround Specialist Compensation

Bondholders of a bankrupt company retained Cornerstone Research in a case involving the compensation paid to a “turnaround” specialist who assumed the role of CEO at the company.


Union–Contractor Collusion and Monopolization Between Tech Firms

A labor union, and several contractors who use the union’s labor, were accused of conspiring to foreclose competition and monopolize particular job types in commercial projects in a large American…


Wage Fixing in the Offshore Drilling Industry

Major firms in the international offshore drilling industry were accused in a class action antitrust case of fixing wages and other compensation for their offshore employees in violation of Section…


Wage Fixing via Salary Surveys

In a large, nationwide class action antitrust case, the plaintiffs alleged that the defendant companies depressed the salaries of their employees through the use of information exchanges.

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