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Chase Fleming

Associate Labor Economist

Los Angeles - Century City
Direct: (310) 201-5274
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Chase Fleming is an Associate Labor Economist with Seyfarth Shaw's national Labor and Employment practice. He is a member of the Firm's Los Angeles Century City office.
 
With a Master of Applied Statistics and more than a decade in sophisticated litigation consulting and data analytics, Mr. Fleming brings deep expertise to synthesizing and drawing insights from large, complex data. Using an extensive array of statistical tools, analytical models and other approaches to data, his work provides clients with an enhanced  understanding of their workforce challenges and opportunities.
 
Mr. Fleming’s expertise enhances the Firm’s class action and single plaintiff litigation defense. He also provides a critical advantage to our litigation teams by assessing the analytical models developed by opposing experts. His experience with damages exposure analysis on complex employment matters, including wage & hour and discrimination litigation, provides clients with key information needed to make critical decisions from early case assessment to trial strategy. Mr. Fleming's significant experience working with employment attorneys translates to fluency in employment law concepts and litigation issues.
 
For clients seeking insights to drive proactive strategies, Mr. Fleming's analytical expertise enables the development of new approaches to meet today's and tomorrow's workforce issues. Mr. Fleming brings his skills and experience to helping clients leverage the ever-growing pool of workplace data to drive business objectives. He engages with clients to identify and gather key data needed to reveal progress toward business objectives, designs and implements models and tools to measure success, reports on results, and provides tools for continuous improvement. A frequent objective of these projects is enhanced talent acquisition and management, including a deeper understanding of and ability to fine-tune sourcing, screening, hiring, employee movement, retention and reductions in force. Mr. Fleming also has special expertise in diversity and inclusion management and metrics.
 
Many of Mr. Fleming’s projects have both a proactive best practices purpose as well as a risk mitigation purpose. Mr. Fleming develops state-of-the-art assessments of pay equity including models for determining and implementing remediation strategies. Other dual-focus risk mitigation and best practices projects include the assessment of performance ratings systems and applicant screening steps for adverse impact.
 
Additional areas of Mr. Fleming's work include employee benefits-related analysis; EEO/OFCCP compliance analysis; collective bargaining support; and other data-driven consulting. Mr. Fleming also frequently partners with client IT and HR teams to pull, process, validate and assess voluminous and complex data for use in economic and statistical analyses.
 
Prior to joining Seyfarth Shaw, Mr. Fleming spent more than 10 years at a leading litigation and consulting services firm providing statistical and economic support in a variety of significant high-stakes litigation and consulting settings. While there, he applied data analytics expertise to organizational issues of strategic importance to Fortune 500 clientele across a variety of industries. His work included sophisticated economic, financial, and statistical analysis in support of expert testimony for litigation matters, as well as data analysis used in mediations.
 
Mr. Fleming received his Bachelor’s Degree in Economics from the University of California, Los Angeles, and his Master of Applied Statistics from The Pennsylvania State University. 
Chase Fleming is an Associate Labor Economist with Seyfarth Shaw's national Labor and Employment practice. He is a member of the Firm's Los Angeles Century City office.
 
With a Master of Applied Statistics and more than a decade in sophisticated litigation consulting and data analytics, Mr. Fleming brings deep expertise to synthesizing and drawing insights from large, complex data. Using an extensive array of statistical tools, analytical models and other approaches to data, his work provides clients with an enhanced  understanding of their workforce challenges and opportunities.
 
Mr. Fleming’s expertise enhances the Firm’s class action and single plaintiff litigation defense. He also provides a critical advantage to our litigation teams by assessing the analytical models developed by opposing experts. His experience with damages exposure analysis on complex employment matters, including wage & hour and discrimination litigation, provides clients with key information needed to make critical decisions from early case assessment to trial strategy. Mr. Fleming's significant experience working with employment attorneys translates to fluency in employment law concepts and litigation issues.
 
For clients seeking insights to drive proactive strategies, Mr. Fleming's analytical expertise enables the development of new approaches to meet today's and tomorrow's workforce issues. Mr. Fleming brings his skills and experience to helping clients leverage the ever-growing pool of workplace data to drive business objectives. He engages with clients to identify and gather key data needed to reveal progress toward business objectives, designs and implements models and tools to measure success, reports on results, and provides tools for continuous improvement. A frequent objective of these projects is enhanced talent acquisition and management, including a deeper understanding of and ability to fine-tune sourcing, screening, hiring, employee movement, retention and reductions in force. Mr. Fleming also has special expertise in diversity and inclusion management and metrics.
 
Many of Mr. Fleming’s projects have both a proactive best practices purpose as well as a risk mitigation purpose. Mr. Fleming develops state-of-the-art assessments of pay equity including models for determining and implementing remediation strategies. Other dual-focus risk mitigation and best practices projects include the assessment of performance ratings systems and applicant screening steps for adverse impact.
 
Additional areas of Mr. Fleming's work include employee benefits-related analysis; EEO/OFCCP compliance analysis; collective bargaining support; and other data-driven consulting. Mr. Fleming also frequently partners with client IT and HR teams to pull, process, validate and assess voluminous and complex data for use in economic and statistical analyses.
 
Prior to joining Seyfarth Shaw, Mr. Fleming spent more than 10 years at a leading litigation and consulting services firm providing statistical and economic support in a variety of significant high-stakes litigation and consulting settings. While there, he applied data analytics expertise to organizational issues of strategic importance to Fortune 500 clientele across a variety of industries. His work included sophisticated economic, financial, and statistical analysis in support of expert testimony for litigation matters, as well as data analysis used in mediations.
 
Mr. Fleming received his Bachelor’s Degree in Economics from the University of California, Los Angeles, and his Master of Applied Statistics from The Pennsylvania State University.