Find an Employment and Human Resources Expert
Experts on HR issues: recruiting and hiring personnel, negligent hiring/retention, wrongful termination, harassment and workplace discrimination, retaliation, Title VII issues, career consulting, labor market analysis, and/or out-placement. Experts on benefits, compensation and overtime exemption. Employment and Human Resources experts serve as expert witnesses and forensic consultants in Maine legal matters, and provide expert reports and testimony for judges, attorneys, lawyers, law firms, insurance companies and government agencies in Federal and state court trials and arbitrations in Maine.
The listings below are of Employment and Human Resources experts serving Maine.
Featured ListingsBeth Brascugli
HRM Consulting, Inc.
San Jose, CA
Expertise: HR Standard of Care, ADA Accommodation, FEHA, FMLA, CFRA, ADA & EEOC Violations, Wrongful Termination, Performance Management, Discrimination, Harassment, Exempt Analysis, Labor Market, Vocational Evaluations - Consulting since 1992.
Expert ListingsCRC SERVICES, LLC
DAVID M. SOJA, CRC, ABVE
CRC SERVICES, LLC employs Licensed & Board-Certified Vocational-Experts qualified in Federal-State, Family Law-Divorce, Workers-Comp, Social-Security, Employment Law & Personal Injury / Med-Malpractice proceedings, addressing the following areas within the vocational domain: Employability, Earning Capacity, Vocational Disability, Job Analysis, Career Counseling, Job Placement, Labor Market Access and Job Search Diligence. Est. 1981. Office locations in Windsor, CT and Longmeadow, MA.
Dave Mitchell, CIC, MBA, MA.HR, SPHR, SHRM-SCP
Standard of Care - Dave Mitchell has worked on over forty cases as a consultant and/or expert witness and holds all of the insurance licenses in AZ and several other states. He has two advanced degrees, is an adjunct professor (twelve years in Human Resources, and currently he is an adjunct professor in insurance). For a number of years David has taught continuing education in insurance. He has won several awards in the insurance industry. Mr. Mitchell holds two professional designations in HR and one in insurance. In addition, he is a reviewer of insurance licensure exams and he is published. His CV and a list of cases is available upon request,
Personnel Systems Associates, Inc.
Mae Lon Ding
Anaheim Hills, CA
Employment Discrimination, Wrongful Termination, Compensation, Labor Market & Employability Analysis, Lost Wages Calculation & Benefits, and Evaluation of Personnel Policies and Practices. Consultant, speaker, author, and university instructor.
Brian H. Kleiner, Ph.D.
Dr. Kleiner is a Professor of Human Resource Management from a prestigious California University. He has over 500 publications, and has received many honors for the quality of these publications. A former human resource manager at Ford Motor Company, Dr. Kleiner has provided consulting services to over 100 business and government clients and has trained thousands of employees. Additionally, he has given trial or arbitration testimony in over 70 cases for both plaintiffs and defense.
Kourtney Layton & Associates
Kourtney Layton, MRC, CRC, LVRC, ABVE/F, IPEC,CLCP
Kourtney Layton performs vocational analysis, life care planning, earning capacity assessments and vocational expert witness services in family law, Social Security, employment cases, workers compensation and personal injury settings. Ms. Layton's peer-reviewed methodology provides a sound, objective opinion that you can rely on.
Fisher Consulting Group Inc.
Frederick Fisher, J.D.
El Segundo, CA
Mr. Fisher has 40 years experience in Professional Liability claims Brokerage Underwriting and loss control. Fisher Consulting Group consults on Loss Control provides Expert Witness Work and Coverage Management and Review.
University of Michigan / EMPA
Palmer Morrel-Samuels, MA, MPhil, PhD
Dr. Palmer Morrel-Samuels received an MA in research methodology from the University of Chicago, as well as an M. Phil. and a Ph.D. in experimental social psychology from Columbia University. He has more than 25 years experience designing and analyzing workplace assessments. He is currently a Lecturer at University of Michigan where he teaches graduate-level classes on survey design, statistics, and research methodology. He has been an expert witness for the EEOC and has testified to Congress.