Although the trial court did not abuse its discretion in excluding from evidence the digitized spreadsheets of meal break and rounding of work hours for lack of a proper foundation, it did abuse its discretion in excluding an expert witness’ opinion based on those digitized spreadsheets.  An expert may rely on inadmissible evidence if based on information that is reliable and relied on by other experts in reaching similar opinions.  Here, the expert testified that he had used similar digitized spreadsheets prepared by the same organization 10 or 15 times before.  This was enough to show that the records were the sort an expert would reasonably rely on in forming his opinion in similar cases.