Stout was engaged to measure the economic damages sustained by an individual brought to the U.S. from Cameroon to work in domestic service. The plaintiff worked in the defendants' home for over five years before fleeing. We prepared an analysis measuring the plaintiff's lost wages during the period of her employment by the defendants based upon the federally required minimum wage and the local prevailing wages for the service she had provided. We also provided expert witness testimony related to the damages in a jury trial, and the jury returned a favorable verdict for the client.

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