Expert Witness Cases

Selected cases in which Dr. Glick served as an expert witness appear below. Although cases typically settle before trial, he has testified in Federal Court in Boston and Chicago.

In denying a challenge to Dr. Glick’s testimony in Tuli v. Brigham & Women’s Hospital, (Memorandum Re: Motions to Exclude Expert Testimony, January 6, 2009, United States District Court for the District of Massachusetts, Case #07CV12338-NG):

Professor Glick’s opinion is based not simply on experience, but also social psychological testing of stereotyping and discrimination over the past thirty to forty years… Professor Glick brings the insights of established scientific theory and social framework analysis, as to which he is an expert, to bear on the facts of this case. It is an area that the jury may well not have common knowledge.

Federal Judge Nancy Gertner

Boston Globe article on Sagun Tuli, M.D. v. Brigham & Women’s Hospital, Inc. and Arthur Day, M.D. court decision (U.S. District Court, District of Massachusetts; Case Number 07CV12338-NG)

Chicago Tribune article on Theresa M. Metty v. Motorola, Inc. settlement (U.S. District Court, Northern District of Illinois – Eastern Division; Case Number 05C 4113)

HR Lawyers Blog article on Carlson et al. v. C. H. Robinson Worldwide settlement (Hennepin County District Court; Case Number CV-02-3780 (JNE/JGL)