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 Survey Rebuttals Can Save Your Case

Win Your Case with Credible Evidence

Expert rebuttal critiques should be based on solid expertise and experience using marketing principles and models, professional research standards, and litigation requirements. 

Ms. Rhonda Harper provides guidance on how to approach the opposing counsel's evidence in order to make a strong, effective rebuttal, including crafting effective critiques or constructing rebuttal surveys. Over the past 18 years Ms. Harper has provided scores of these services to clients nationwide.

Rebuttal Analysis

Ms. Harper follows the standards set by Dr. Shari Diamond, among others, to ensure the validity of her research studies and those she is rebutting. These include:

  • Appropriate universe selection and sampling frame
  • Rigorous and valid survey design that is probative of the relevant issues in a case
  • Inclusion of representative, qualified respondents
  • Use of procedures to minimize potential biases in data collection
  • Use of objective, non-leading questions
  • Use of procedures to reduce guessing among respondents
  • Full analysis and reporting of survey data

Ms. Rhonda Harper, Rebuttal Expert 

Ms. Harper formulates expert rebuttal critiques and constructs rebuttal surveys to show the potential difference in results with properly designed and executed surveys. She is adept at providing a thorough critical analysis of the flaws in a poorly designed and executed survey.

Ms. Harper evaluates the quality and reliability of opposing counsel's survey evidence. She provides assessments of the degree to which surveys conform to generally-accepted principles of proper survey research. She has extensive experience and a deep understanding of survey design, sampling, question construction, data analysis, and methodological pitfalls that introduce bias or systematic error.

Contact Ms. Harper for a free consultation.

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