Part One: Foundations of Litigation.
1 Phases of Employment Litigation (Frank J. Landy).
2 Adverse Impact: Judicial, Regulatory, and Statutory Authority (Arthur Gutman).
3 Professional and Technical Authorities and Guidelines (Richard Jeanneret).
4 Statistical Trends in Private Sector Employment Discrimination Suits (Donald L. Zink, Arthur Gutman).
5 Statistical Issues in Litigation (Bernard R. Siskin, Joseph Trippi).
6 Industrial and Organizational Psychologists as Expert Witnesses: Affecting Employment Discrimination Litigation Post Daubert (George C. Thornton III, Peter H. Wingate).
Part Two: Case Law, Case Strategy, and Protected Groups.
7 Race Discrimination Cases: Common Themes (James L. Outtz).
8 Sex Discrimination in Employment (Barbara A. Gutek, Margaret S. Stockdale).
9 The Age Discrimination in Employment Act (Harvey L. Sterns, Dennis Doverspike, Greta A. Lax).
10 Title I of the Americans with Disabilities Act: The Short but Active History of ADA Enforcement and Litigation (Jone McFadden Papinchock).
11 Wage and Hour Litigation: I-O Psychology’s New Frontier (Cristina Banks, Lisa Cohen).
Part Three: Special Topics.
12 The Importance of Valid Selection and Performance Appraisal: Do Management Practices Figure in Case Law? (Stan Malos).
13 Cut Scores and Employment Discrimination Litigation (Jerard F. Kehoe, Angela Olson).
14 A Lawyer's View (David Copus, Richard S. Ugelow, Joshua Sohn).
15 A Judge's View: Interviews with Federal Judges About Expert Witness Testimony (Frank J. Landy).
Part Four: Conclusions.
16 Concluding Thoughts (James L. Outtz, Frank J. Landy).