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Anthony Hayter, Ph.D., Statistical Consultant
Statistician Expert Witness
Nationwide
Statistics Litigation Support, CA
USA
phone: 303-518-6237
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Dr. Anthony Hayter provides statistical expertise nationwide Statistics Expert Witness.

Dr. Hayter earned degrees from Cambridge University and Cornell University, and he is a Fulbright Scholar.

Dr. Hayter is the author of a textbook on Probability and Statistics, now in its 4th edition, adopted worldwide.

Testimonials:

“Dr. Hayter remained unflappable under cross examination by one of America’s leading trial lawyers.”

“Dr. Hayter was thorough, conscientious and timely in his work with us.”

“As important to us as his technical expertise was his ability to communicate his analysis and opinions in a clear and concise manner.”

“Dr. Hayter efficiently and effectively demolished plaintiff's expert report.”

“A quick study, he soon became an important part of our overall defense.”

“While on the stand, he explained complicated concepts and modeling in simple and easy to understand terms.”

“We were able to leverage Dr. Hayter's work to bring a successful Daubert motion in which the Court excluded plaintiff's statistical expert report in its entirety.”

“His expertise was a critical element in the defense of our case, accurately identifying the appropriate uses and misuses of statistical proof as to claims of age discrimination in a comprehensible fashion.”

“Dr. Hayter provided critical statistical analysis ... and his work proved to be instrumental in successfully resolving the case. ”

“It is hard to overstate Dr. Hayter’s contributions to our team in the defense of a “three-comma” first party property insurance arbitration.”

Dr. Hayter specializes in regression, surveys, audit, fraud, false claims act, qui tam, data analysis, bias, risk, extrapolation, sampling, prediction.

Litigation Support and Help - Dr. Hayter's clients include: ADA Environmental Solutions, Alta Colleges, Association of Veterinary Practice Management Consultants and Advisors, Avaya Business Communications, CECO Concrete Construction, Coca Cola, Cooper Industries, CVS Pharmacy, Department of Defense, EchoStar Satellite Corporation, First Data, FNF Construction, Freeport-McMoRan Mining Company, Gallery Condominium, Georgia Department of Transportation, Hartford Insurance, Huber Corporation, Instamart, Maricopa County Arizona, Metro Wastewater Reclamation District, Millennium Knickerbocker Hotel Chicago, Mitchell Internatio
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Dr. William B. Fairley, President, Co-Founder, Senior Statician
Dr. William A. Huber, Statician, Mathematician, Data Analyst
Victoria Mills
1489 Baltimore Pike
Springfield PA 19064
USA
phone: 610-543-0159
fax: 610-543-8952
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Analysis & Inference, Inc. is a team of statisticians and data scientists whose expertise in Statistical Theory and Application has been honed over the course of more than 700 projects. Senior statisticians, Dr. William (Will) Fairley and Dr. William (Bill) Huber direct A+I statistical consulting and research for corporations, government, non-profit agencies, and law firms, providing in-depth perspective and highly effective analysis.

Services Include:
  • Risk Analysis - Statistical, probability, and related financial analyses for risk, accidents, and health
  • Audits, Surveys, Theft, and Fraud - Determination through statistical sampling and modeling of amounts of monies recoverable in audit disallowances, large-scale thefts, and fraud, etc.
  • Discrimination - Analysis of data, questions of statistical significance and validity, and development of models relevant to a wide range of discrimination claims in employment or in municipal services, housing, and other areas by age, sex, race, etc.
  • Liability and Damages - Statistical analysis and related economic aspects to address alleged harm or specific damages
  • Finance, Regulation, and Insurance - Statistical analysis and related aspects of finance theory and economics in issues such as price discrimination, royalties, real property valuation, investment risk and return, regulated rates of return, and risk classification in property-liability insurance
  • Public Policy - Examples are school funding mechanisms, hazardous materials management, economic regulation, and discrimination
William Fairley Statistics Expert PhotoWilliam B. Fairley, PhD, President, Co-Founder, and Senior Statistician is nationally recognized for contributions to law and public policy and widely published in leading statistical and economics journals. He has contributed to successful outcomes in more than 400 professional engagements. He has published over 45 professional articles, and been accepted as an expert by over 30 courts, boards, arbitrators, or mediators.

An expert with respect to the Medicaid reimbursement system, Dr. Fairley was the first to identify and quantify an unfair bias in the way the system assigned payments to the states. By introducing the concept of a “Penalty Bias,” he helped return millions of dollars in penalties to a coalition of states.

Dr. Fairley has been recognized as an expert statistician in numerous federal and state courts, as well as in settlement negotiations, arbitrations, and mediations.

William Huber Data Analysis Expert PhotoWilliam A. Huber, PhD, Statistician, Mathematician, and Data Analyst is an Accredited Professional Statistician (American Statistical Association) with a PhD in mathematics from Columbia University.

When New Jersey implemented new regulations to control groundwater pollution, Dr. Huber predicted that prominent manufacturing plants would face unexpected and unfair financial penalties. Using statewide data obtained through the FOIA, he created and analyzed a database of monitoring records to determine which facilities would be affected. Working closely with industry, the New Jersey Department of Environmental Protection, and the public, Dr. Huber recommended changes to the regulations which were quickly adopted, leading to a fairer, more effective program that remains in use today.

Dr. Huber mines data to uncover valuable insights that improve critical business decisions to boost company and product performance. His expertise is in developing models which describe patterns and explain the relationships among variables that can reveal previously unseen facts of high business value. As President and Founder of Quantitative Decisions, a statistical consulting and software development firm, Dr. Huber completed over 300 projects, illuminating ideas that accelerate growth, innovation, and competitiveness. Many of his projects have focused on environmental statistics and decision analysis.

Dr. Huber has testified in federal courts and supported litigation as a consulting expert in many states and Mexico.
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Dr. John E. Schneider, PhD
CEO & Founder
26 Washington Street
Floor 3
Morristown NJ 07960
USA
phone: 862-260-9191 or (Cell) 319-331-2122
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John Schneider Health Care Economist Expert WitnessDr. John E. Schneider, PhD, CEO and Founder of Avalon Health Economics, is a Health Care Economist with over 25 years of experience. He provides Expert Witness services for cases involving the Economic and Organizational aspects of the Health Care Industry. Dr. Schneider earned his PhD in Health Services and Policy Analysis from the University of California Berkeley, with a concentration in health economics. His background includes professional appointments at the Center for Health Economics Research (Waltham, MA; now part of RTI International), and the California Association of Health Plans (Sacramento, CA).

Dr. Schneider is an adjunct faculty in the Department of Economics at Drew University and Faculty Affiliate of the Petris Center on Health Care Markets at the University of California Berkeley. His previous positions include Senior Director at Oxford Outcomes, Ltd., Principal and Senior Health Economist of Health Economics Consulting Group, LLC (which merged with Oxford Outcomes in late 2009), and Director of Research at the California Association of Health Plans.

Dr. Schneider has extensive knowledge and experience providing health economics analysis, advice, and testimony in support of litigation. He serves as an Expert Witness for both Plaintiff and Defense. Dr. Schneider's clients include law firms, federal and state agencies, health care trade associations, and other health care organizations.

Areas of Expertise:
  • Analysis of Medical Care Costs
  • Medical Bill Valuation
  • Health Insurance and Managed Care
  • Regulation
  • Hospital Competition
  • Specialty Hospitals
  • Physician Ownership
  • Outcomes Research
  • Technology Assessment - Trademark Infringement
  • Process Change
  • Insurer - Provider Contracting Disputes
  • Health Care Antitrust
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    Robert Ohsfeldt, John Schneider
    The Business of Health examines the influence of market competition and government regulation on hospitals, health insurance, managed care plans, and prescription drug advertising. Reformers must determine which components of the system are suitable for market competition and which would benefit from more direct government control.
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    James Christopoulos, JD, MA
    575 Anton Blvd
    Costa Mesa CA 92626
    USA
    phone: 714-442-8561
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    Christopoulos Economics Consulting Group is a full-service expert witness firm, providing highly capable and professional analyses, reports, tables, charts, and credible testimony on Economic Damages and related issues for attorneys throughout California.

    By specializing in litigation economics, Christopoulos Economics Consulting Group provides Forensic Analysis and Auditing, Economic Damage Analyses, Statistical Research, and Economic Loss Reports. They have the experience necessary to provide testimonies and produce reports which summarize and present opinions and conclusions in a manner that is clear and easily understood. They are consistently retained by both plaintiff and defense attorneys and are well versed in the calculation of present value past and future economic damages, including the calculation of future medical care costs.

    James Christopoulos, JD, MA, the founder of Christopoulos Economics Consulting Group, is an Economist and a Lawyer. His comprehension of complex legal issues combined with his many years of experience as an economist provides his clients with a unique set of abilities when calculating economic losses and communicating those opinions to both judge and jury.

    Mr. Christopoulos has testified as an expert witness economist in state and federal courts along with arbitrations, mediations, and depositions and has prepared and presented economic loss calculations for well over 1,000 cases.

    Areas of Litigation Expertise:
    • Personal Injury
    • Wrongful Death
    • Medical Malpractice
    • Product Liability
    • Tort Actions
    • FELA Cases
    • Minor, Multiple Plaintiffs
    • Breach of Contract
    • Unjust Enrichment
    • Interference
    • Interruption
    • Breach of Fiduciary Duty
    • Forensic Analysis and Audit
  • Employment Discrimination
  • Wrongful Termination
  • Failure to Promote
  • Wage & Hour
  • Pay Equity
  • Class Actions
  • Income Loss
  • Health Benefits Loss
  • Pension, Retirement Benefits Loss
  • Wage Loss Differential
  • Forensic Analysis
  • Statistical Analysis of Data, Trends
  • Present Value Calculations
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    Dov Frishberg, PhD
    84 India Street
    Brooklyn NY 11222
    USA
    phone: 917-575-6312
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    Experienced Expert serving clients and attorneys involved in complex commercial cases requiring effective and convincing analytics in the areas of Economics, Statistics, Finance, and Business Analysis.
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    Dr. Terry R Smith, PhD
    President & CEO
    W10726 Woodland Rd.
    Bruce WI 54819
    USA
    phone: 608-335-0709
    fax: 206-202-6468
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    Terry R. Smith, PhD, is an industry leader in the area of Dairy Farm Systems Management, Analysis, and Performance Benchmarking. He is a former Professor of Dairy Science and Director of the University of Wisconsin Center for Dairy Profitability.

    Dr. Smith is a highly regarded Dairy Systems Specialist, consultant, educator and researcher with extensive experience working with the dairy industry domestically and internationally. He specializes in the development and extension of analytical and decision-making strategies for improving dairy herd and farm management systems, including economic analysis of dairy production and management sub-systems, and new dairy technologies and improvement of dairy farm management information and decision support systems. He has participated in Dairy Development Projects in 25 U.S. States and Algeria, Argentina, Australia, Brazil, Bolivia, Canada, Costa Rica, Egypt, Japan, Mexico, Morocco, Netherlands, New Zealand, Nigeria, China, Russia, Serbia, Tunisia, Turkey, United Arab Emirates, and Uruguay.

    Litigation Support - Dr. Smith has provided economic and damage analyses to a broad range of plaintiffs and defendants across agricultural enterprises, with a focus on the dairy sector. He has non-litigation and litigation-related clients in more than 20 states in the US and also in a number of foreign countries.

    Areas of Expertise:
    • Dairy Farm Systems Management
    • Dairy Performance Benchmarking
    • Dairy Farming
    • Dairy Business Analysis
    • Dairy Financial Analysis
    • Economic Damages Analysis
  • Dairy Farm Bankruptcy
  • Chapter 11 Reorganization
  • International Agriculture
  • Dairy Debt and Equity Financing
  • Agricultural Economics
  • Statistical Analysis
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    Dr. David Lucantoni
    Principal Consultant
    10 Oak Tree Lane
    Ocean NJ 07712-3487
    USA
    phone: 908-433-1190
    fax: 732-493-4465
  • Dr. David Lucantoni is an internationally renowned Telecommunications Expert with over 30 years experience.

  • Expertise: Voice over IP (VoIP), Networking, Switching, Performance, ATM, IP, Wireless, Satellite, Telecommunications, Reliability, Statistics, Telecom Traffic Control.

  • Consulting clients include: AT&T Laboratories, Motorola, Lockheed-Martin, Intel, Telcordia, Allied Riser Communications, A.T. Kearney, AirNet Communications, Chiaro Networks.

  • Honors and Awards are listed on his CV.

  • Previous experience in Telecom litigation.

  • 5/23/2012 · Telecommunication
    The versatile Markovian point process was introduced by M. F. Neuts in 1979. This is a rich class of point processes which contains many familiar arrival process as very special cases. Recently, the Batch Markovian Arrival Process, a class of point processes which was subsequently shown tobe equivalent to Neuts' point process, has been studied using a more transparent notation.

    10/10/2011 · Telecommunication
    We study the performance of a statistical multiplexer whose inputs consist of a superposition of packetized voice sources and data. The performance analysis predicts voice packet delay distributions, which usually have a stringent requirement, as well as data packet delay distributions.

    6/10/2011 · Telecommunication
    Recent studies have shown that the superposition of packet sequences generated by packetized voice sources with speech detection exhibit high burstiness due to inherent correlations between successive interarrival times in the superposition stream.

    4/26/2011 · Telecommunication
    We present an overview of recent results related to the single server queue with general independent and identically distributed service times and a batch Markovian arrival process (BMAP).

    3/10/2011 · Telecommunication
    We develop an algorithm for numerically inverting multi-dimensional transforms.

    11/13/2010 · Telecommunication
    Much energy is being devoted to studying the promising new asynchronous transfer mode (ATM) technology for supporting multiservice high-speed communication networks-e.g., see Roberts [39]. As indicated in [39], interest in ATM is stimulated by two factors: First, by new technology making it possible to transmit and switch at very high bandwidths; and, second, by the growing demand for more sophisticated and powerful communication services.

    11/13/2010 · Telecommunication
    Two of the many many applications of queueing models in communications networks are sizing links in transport networks and buffers in routers. A fundamental part of a queueing model is the arrival process. A Markov-modulated Poisson process (MMPP) is an attractive model for describing backbone packet traffic.

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    Vera F. Dolan, MSPH, FALU
    Principal
    6238 Belgium Drive
    Las Vegas NV 89122
    USA
    phone: 702-476-8500
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    Vera Dolan is an epidemiologist with over 30 years of experience in the life and health insurance industries. She is one of the leading mortality experts in the life insurance industry. She writes underwriting manuals and policy and procedure manuals for life and health insurance companies.

    Vera has testified in both state and federal court, and has been retained in over 100 cases since 2006 for plaintiffs and defense on an equal basis. She is very credible testifying in deposition and on the stand.

    * Life expectancies that are personalized and accurate to the standards of the life insurance and life settlement industries. Addresses the cases when life expectancies that are simply taken from a life table or estimated by a doctor, actuary or biostatistician are not sufficient or credible. Addresses the cases when a complete insight into the individual's medical conditions and/or personal history of high-risk behaviors is needed to assist the judge or jury in their decision. This information often decides the case, see article for details.

    * Expert in bad faith/wrongful denial of life/health insurance claims.

    * Expert in life/health insurance underwriting material misrepresentation.

    * Expert in medical risk assessment and underwriting issues.

    * Expert in life insurance underwriting policies and procedures.

    * Expert in epidemiology. Previous cases include infectious diseases, occupational and environmental exposures, pesticides and tobacco.

    * Approved life expectancy expert with the U.S. Department of Justice.

    * Active consultant to the life insurance industry conducting cohort mortality studies, and writing underwriting and policy and procedure manuals.

    * Over 100 articles published on mortality research and underwriting.

    * Friendly, clear, concise, objective and quantitative.

    * There is no charge for the initial phone consultation.

    * There is no charge for travel time.

    2/21/2013 · Life Expectancy
    The advantages of a life expectancy using life insurance underwriting and life settlement methods include:

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    Dr. Palmer Morrel-Samuels
    210 Park Street
    Chelsea MI 48118
    USA
    phone: (734) 368-3348
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    Dr. Palmer Morrel-Samuels is a Research Psychologist with extensive training and experience in Statistical Analysis and Assessment Design. He has done a considerable amount of research and applied work on communication, testified to the U.S. congress on employee motivation and its linkage to objective performance metrics, published several articles on survey design in Harvard Business Review, among others, and wrote several patents to assist in the administration and analysis of workplace assessments. Dr. Morrel-Samuels currently teaches graduate courses on survey design and research methodology at the University of Michigan.

    Litigation Services: Dr. Morrel-Samuels' education, practical experience, and distinguished authorship have made him a valuable resource for providing expert services in legal cases where workplace surveys or assessments are at issue, including:
    • Statistical analysis of very large datasets, measuring the impact of corporate culture on performance and race discrimination.

    • Analysis of a survey's validity, reliability, objectivity, fairness, accuracy, confidentiality, freedom from response bias, and conformance to The Uniform Guidelines pertaining to all workplace assessments.

    • Statistical analyses of performance-related and survey-related data.

    • Desiging and conducting employee and workplace surveys, including Electronic surveys.

    • Disparate Impact & Disparate Treatment litigation.

    • Careful job analysis using court-approved methodology in FLSA litigation.

    • Performance appraisals, job evaluations, skill assessments.

    • Program evaluations, especially when used in hiring, firing, or other job actions.
    Expert Witness Experience, includes: Assisted the NAACP in its amicus brief for the Ricci discrimination case. Was the sole statistician in a successful $100M breach of contract case (Tower Automotive v. UNOVA) that required analyzing 4 million rows of data. Testified for the ICC’s International Court of Arbitration in The Hague. Has successfully withstood Daubert challenges - most recently from the City of Indianapolis in a large discrimination case involving the city's fire department.

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    This paper outlines a number of innovations that we have recently implemented in the Research Methodology Course at the University of Michigan's School of Public Health.

    3/29/2013 · Surveys
    THERE'S NO DOUBT that companies can benefit from workplace surveys and questionnaires. A GTE survey in the mid-1990s, for example} revealed that the performance of its different billing operations, as measured by the accuracy of bills sent out, was closely tied to the leadership style of the unit managers.

    This might come as a shock: Employees in large corporations sometimes mistakenly believe that they have been discriminated against. Admittedly, discrimination does occur, both in society and in the workplace. And as most attorneys know, many discrimination cases concern claims of either adverse treatment or adverse impact.

    Effective evidence-based managelnent requires analyzing data from a broad array of sources and conducting carefully designed pretest-posttest comparisons. However, our experience suggests that few businesses take that process to the next level by building merged datasets that can be used for rigorous pretest-posttest comparisons and meaningful statistical analyses.

    10/10/2012 · Surveys
    Companies are replacing paper surveys with Web-based versions that can dangerously distort the results.

    No contemporary guide exists for using statistics to prove causality in court. We outline a new theory explaining comprehension of causal graphs, and claim four hallmarks of causality are critical: Association, Prediction, Exclusion of Alternative Explanations, and Dose Dependence.

    4/23/2012 · Social Issues
    We distinguish between reverse discrimination and over-correction, arguing that the former should be used only to describe cases where well-qualified non-minority applicants are unjustifiably denied positions in organizations run by and/or staffed by minorities. Similarly, we argue over-correction should be used to describe well-qualified non-minority applicants who are unjustifiably denied positions in organizations run by non-minorities.

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    Malcolm S. Cohen, PhD
    President
    305 E. Eisenhower Pkwy., Ste 316
    Ann Arbor MI 48108
    USA
    phone: 734-846-0549
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    Malcolm S. Cohen, PhD, President of Employment Research Corporation, has over 30 years of experience in the field of Economics and Employment specializing in Labor Markets and Statistical Analysis.

    Dr. Cohen founded the firm in 1997, after retiring as the Director of the Institute of Labor and Industrial Relations at the University of Michigan, which he directed for 13 years. With a PhD in Economics from the MIT in 1967, his research interests include labor market information, labor turnover, employment forecasting and labor shortages. He has directed several major studies to identify national shortage occupations and measure labor turnover using administrative records.

    Dr. Cohen's book, Labor Shortages as America Approaches the Twenty-first Century, was published by the University of Michigan Press. His most recent book, Global Skill Shortages, written with Professor Mahmood A. Zaidi, is published by Edward Elgar Publishing. He has had articles published in a large number of journals, including: Journal of Human Resources, Monthly Labor Review, Journal of Political Economy, Review of Economic Statistics, Journal of Economic Theory, and The American Economic Review.

    Litigation Support - Dr. Cohen has either testified or been a consultant in over 1,000 audits or cases and has testified over 150 times. He has also served as an expert to the EEOC and U.S. Department of Labor in discrimination cases, and has directed many research projects sponsored by government agencies.

    Areas of Expertise:
    • Employment Discrimination
    • Economic Loss
    • Personal Injury
    • Statistical Analysis
    • Wrongful Death
    • Affirmative Action
    • EEOC
    • Compensation
    • FELA
    • FLSA
  • Labor Economics
  • Mitigation of Damages
  • Wage and Hour Issues
  • Wrongful Termination
  • Earnings Analysis
  • Damage Analysis
  • Reduction in Force
  • RIF
  • OFCCP
  • Class Action
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    Malcom S. Cohen, PhD
    As the world entered the twenty-first century, global skill shortages in many occupations were evident throughout the world. While these were mitigated by a global recession, there is no generally agreed upon method for measuring these shortages. This book discusses various theories for measurement. Using data collected from 19 developed countries in North and Latin America, Europe, and the Pacific region, the authors explore various aspects of skilled labor shortages, develop a methodology of measuring shortages by occupation, and provide estimates of the likelihood of the occurrence of such shortages.
    Malcom S. Cohen, PhD
    Predicting labor shortages is of great importance for planning education and training of the nation's present and future labor force. Malcolm Cohen has developed an innovative approach to measuring labor shortages. Originally sponsored by the U.S. Department of Labor, his work is presented here, updated for 1994.
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    Scott D. Gilbert, PhD
    206 Frances Ln.
    Carbondale IL 62901-1958
    USA
    phone: 618-319-2465
    fax: 708-575-7646
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    Scott Gilbert Economics Expert PhotoScott D. Gilbert, PhD, has over 20 years of experience specializing in Economics and Statistics. He is an academic research economist, financial expert, and statistician, with banking sector experience.

    Dr. Gilbert received his PhD degree in economics in the year 1996, and before that worked as an economics research associate at the nation's central bank on the west coast, the Federal Reserve Bank of San Francisco. He serves as associate editor of The American Statistician, and his academic research has been published in high-quality peer-reviewed journals in the fields of Economics, Statistics, and Finance. He also has 25 years of teaching experience in economics and statistics, at University of California San Diego, Claremont Graduate School, University of Mississippi, Southern Illinois University, and Webster University.

    Dr. Gilbert is a Member and Board member of AAEFE (American Academy of Economic and Financial Experts), a member of the NAFE (National Association of Forensic Economics), the AEA (American Economics Association), the National Bar Association, and the CPDE (Collegium of Pecuniary Damage Experts).

    Litigation Support - Dr. Gilbert provides expert witness and litigation support services on economic matters in tort and contract law, via the consulting firm Gilbert Economics. Since 1998, he has served as an economics expert on a range of legal matters, in cases filed in Illinois, Indiana, Missouri, Kentucky, and Mississippi. As an expert witness he serves all Midwest states, and does not charge clients for travel time or expenses in the states of Arkansas, Illinois, Indiana, Iowa, Kansas, Kentucky, Missouri, Minnesota, Tennessee, or Wisconsin.

    Dr. Gilbert uses his expertise in economics, statistics, and financial matters to assist both plaintiff and defense lawyers in tort and contract cases. As an academic and researcher, his approach to loss and damages estimation is modern and rigorous. Equally important for litigation matters, he knows that evidence documentation is key to developing useful expert opinions, and he assists attorneys in the discovery process. He also explains to lawyers weaknesses in opposing experts' views. His writing in this area has appeared in the Journal of the Missouri Bar Association, and more is (tentatively) forthcoming in the Illinois Bar Journal.

    Areas of Expertise:
    • Economic Damages
    • Personal Injury
    • Wrongful Death
    • Commercial, Contract Disputes
    • Divorce Valuation
  • Statistical Evidence - Hypothesis Testing
  • Wrongful Termination
  • Contract Disputes
  • Statistical Evidence-Regression Analysis
  • Scott Gilbert, PhD
    This book covers the subject of economic damages and its role in insurance claims and lawsuits against businesses. After reading and understanding this book, the reader will be able to identify economic damages as a component of business liability, describe the business risk posed by economic damages, explain the key determinants of economic damages, and estimate economic damages and business loss in a variety of cases.
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    Lawrence S. Mayer
    MD, PhD
    3607 N. 55th Pl
    Phoenix AZ 85018
    USA
    phone: 410-336-2100 or 602-549-4885
    fax: 480-247-4989
    Dr. Mayer is a full-time professor of biostatistics, epidemiology, biomedical informatics, public health and psychiatry. He splits his time between Annapolis/DC and Scottsdale, AZ. He does a limited amount of consulting in epidemiology and biostatistics.

    He focuses on evaluating data, methods and models used in assessing risks. Over several decades he has worked equally for plaintiffs and defense. He trained as a physician epidemiologist and then as a statistician and biostatistician.

    Prides himself on being able to communicate complex ideas in simple language. Prefers problems in which the medical and epidemiological/statistical issues are complex, the methods and models are varied and the data are of limited quality or controversial.

    Has worked on problems in drug and device development, testing and regulation, product liability, patent disputes, occupational and environmental exposures, and medical malpractice.

    Has given about 100 depositions over the last 30 years in a variety of cases ranging from major federal litigation to state personal injury and malpractice cases.
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    Stephan Michelson, PhD
    Statistical Analysis Expert
    1430 Valmont Drive
    Hendersonville NC 28791
    USA
    phone: 828-696-2929
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    Stephan Michelson, PhD, has spent over 45 years working in the field of Statistics, analyzing complex legal issues, from developing data, to analysis, to presentation as an expert witness.

    President of Longbranch Research Associates (LRA), Dr. Michelson is responsible for staff and facilities administration and quality of product output. He is also the director of litigation analyses and research projects. He spent many years serving on the faculty at Reed, Harvard, the Brookings Institution, and the Urban Institute.

    Litigation Support - Dr. Michelson specializes in Statistical Analysis in Litigation. He and his team at Longbranch have worked for private attorneys and public attorneys in hundreds of cases, but their recent clientele consists only of public attorneys, state’s attorneys, and U.S. attorneys. This is because their policy is to pursue truth, independent of their client’s position.

    LRA is successful because they find the best statistical approximation to real world events, and can determine, within that model, if biased decisions are being made. They have found data when attorneys thought none existed. They pay attention to legal literature cases and law review articles, as well as to statistics literature. LRA understands the institutions involved in a case, so that their models are relevant, understandable, and correct. Their analyses speaks to judges, because they speak to the issues the judge has to decide upon.

    Methodologically sophisticated, Dr. Michelson specializes in complex legal cases, presenting methods and results honestly and clearly, with graphics to represent his data. He derives fact from data, and sometimes derives the data itself. See Connecticut v. Gibbs (state court), Rhode Island v. Tremblay (state court), Koger v. Reno (federal court), Coker v. Charleston School District (federal court), etc. Dr. Michelson has testified across the United States, in the state of Washington, Georgia, New Hampshire, and many others.

    Within the field of statistics in law, Dr. Michelson has special expertise and interest in certain subjects, including:
    • Class Certification: Fulfilling the requirements, especially after Dukes v. Walmart
    • Daubert and its Progeny: How should a judge determine who is an expert?
    • Discrimination - Administrative law, federal law, and state law, regarding many areas of employment, jury selection, and criminal penalty
    The economist who wants to work on legal questions needs to know something about law, but he does not need a J.D. Analysis of jury selection, from which some identifiable group of the population allegedly has been excluded, has historically established the statistical approach to discrimination in selection of all kinds. The leading article by Michael Finkelstein, to which analysts still today pay homage, was published in 1966, providing the basis for the Supreme Court's 1977 finding of jury discrimination in Castaneda.

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    G. Michael Phillips, PhD
    750 E. Walnut Street
    Pasadena CA 91101
    USA
    phone: 626-744-3540
    fax: 626-744-3530
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    Phillips, Fractor, and Company (PFC) is a boutique litigation support and consulting firm that specializes in Economic, Financial, Statistical, Managerial, Valuation, Accounting, and Complex Analyses.

    PFC's team is comprised of experts and consultants who blend active academic careers with real-world experience in a variety of fields. They draw on economic theory, statistical analysis, survey research, mathematics, computer science, business theories, and management best practices to conduct high quality research based on appropriate methodology to give precise insights into specific research problems which they clearly communicate in a variety of venues.

    Litigation Support / Testifying Experts - PFC's team of PhDs and other leading experts work closely with clients from the beginning to the end of each engagement, identifying key issues, selecting appropriate methodologies, conducting and supervising analysis, writing reports, and testifying or otherwise presenting results in a clear and understandable manner.

    Labor and Human Capital Related Expertise:
    • Asbestos & Toxic Torts - Assess damages to individuals or groups from toxic torts including asbestos. Experience includes economic loss from lost years, early death, disability, limited work life, work restrictions, and secondary damages including impact on dependents, shareholders, and companies
    • Wrongful Death, Personal Injury, Medical Malpractice - Estimate the present value of lost income, lost household services, lost personal services, personal consumption adjustments, and the value of life care plans. Estimate present values and annuity equivalent values of loss and economic losses from injury. Medical malpractice cases include “bad baby”, misdiagnosis, mistreatment, unlicensed technicians
    • Employment Benefits and Compensation Litigation & Valuation - Valuation of contracts, appropriateness of executive compensation, valuation of stock options and incentive compensation plans, and valuation of private interests. Value wrongful termination, wrongful recruitment, failure to promote, constructive discharge, ADA "failure to accommodate," fraud, whistle blower, retribution, retaliation, etc.
    • Employment & Compensation Class Actions - Analyze allegations of unpaid meal and rest breaks, unreimbursed expenses, analysis of payroll rounding policies, misclassification and job content analysis, analysis of inside worker exemptions, impact of nontraditional work schedules, unpaid and underpaid overtime, and many issues associated with prevailing wage laws
    • Discrimination and Disparate Impacts - Analyze testing underrepresentation, failure to promote, income disparity, disparate impact of policy, biased pay policies, etc. Cases involve age, race, gender, orientation, religion, national origin, affiliation, and ADA related issues
    • Family Law Issues, Valuations, Appropriate Compensation Analysis - Valuation of real and personal property and community and separate property, applying business valuation techniques, analyzing appropriate compensation, valuing investment portfolios and pensions, estimating future cash needs, analyzing impact of different regional cost of living, determining value of privately held businesses, and other accounting, financial, and economic applications
    • Product Liability - Analyze customer records, perform actuarial type analysis on warranty claims and product failures, work with lemon law type issues, and perform surveys and focus groups to develop data regarding liability and damages in a wide range of product liability cases
    • Surveys & Sampling - Provide sampling and analytical services to government agencies, trade associations, corporations, and litigants. Common applications include selecting employee records to determine the estimated impact of a compensation policy and selecting purchasers of a particular consumer item to test failure rates, determining sampling frame for randomized depositions, and creating, implementing, and analyzing surveys, focus groups, census type studies, and other types of survey and questionnaire analysis
    • Statistics, Econometrics, & Forecasting - Create forecasts, "what if" simulations and models, test hypotheses, and perform custom research. Determine excessive stock trading, impact of alternative investment policies on portfolio risk and return, determine "but for" promotion patterns to assess potential glass ceiling effects, and forecast long term housing starts
    • Class Actions, Mass Actions, Mass Torts - Assess commonality, or lack thereof, using economic and statistical analysis. Cases have included discrimination in a nationwide vehicle lease agreement, damages under various FLSA claims, impact on customers of tainted pharmaceutical products, wind turbine abnormally high failure rate
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    G. Michael Phillips, PhD
    750 E. Walnut Street
    Pasadena CA 91101
    USA
    phone: 626-744-3540
    fax: 626-744-3530
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    Phillips, Fractor, and Company (PFC) is a boutique litigation support and consulting firm that specializes in Economic, Financial, Statistical, Managerial, Valuation, Accounting, and Complex Analyses.

    PFC's team is comprised of experts and consultants who blend active academic careers with real-world experience in a variety of fields. They draw on economic theory, statistical analysis, survey research, mathematics, computer science, business theories, and management best practices to conduct high quality research based on appropriate methodology to give precise insights into specific research problems which they clearly communicate in a variety of venues.

    Litigation Support / Testifying Experts - PFC's team of PhDs and other leading experts work closely with clients from the beginning to the end of each engagement, identifying key issues, selecting appropriate methodologies, conducting and supervising analysis, writing reports, and testifying or otherwise presenting results in a clear and understandable manner.

    Commercial Damages and Valuation Expertise:
    • Lost Profits - Business interruption, bad faith, faulty materials, transportation corridor closures, theft of trade secrets analysis. Analyze loss due to piracy, theft of trade secrets, unlicensed use of tools and plans, and intellectual property infringements
    • Commercial Damages - Estimate extensive damage or loss due to contract disputes, fraud and unfair competition, or negligence claims
    • Intellectual Property - Estimate losses and licenses associated with intellectual property. Apply advanced economic and statistical analysis, hedonic valuation methods, Georgia-Pacific factors, surveys, focus groups, analytical approaches, reasonable royalty analysis, cost savings estimates, industry "rules of thumb," meta-analysis, and other appropriate methodologies; brand and trademark confusion; market research surveys, focus groups, and analysis; utilization of online surveys for quantitative analysis and hypothesis testing; valuation of trade secrets, know-how, and proprietary processes; Hedonic Price Regression
    • Financial Analysis - Pro Forma analysis, deal analysis, simulations, "what if" analysis, real options valuation, and analysis of contracts. Competitive benchmarking, industry analysis, analysis of start-ups, cost of credit, credit rating damages, appropriate discount rates, weighted average cost of capital, cram down rates, and analysis of "but for" potential rates of return and appreciation
    • Investment Market Analysis - Analyzed hundreds of open market class action securities cases involving 10b-5, 33, and 34 act issues; investment valuation; event studies; options and derivatives valuation; portfolio construction; analysis of risk and return; analysis of investment characteristics; analysis of commissions; analysis of trading frequency; analysis of prudence; benchmark comparison and analysis; Index creation and analysis; ETFs, mutual funds, hedge funds, structured products, UITs, commercial banking; custom modeling
    • Investment Suitability - Link investor risk tolerance to investment characteristics; identify impact of investments on overall portfolio; model portfolio analysis; analyze impact of economy on investments and portfolios; UPIA; UPMIFA; managed accounts; PPM analysis; hedge funds; investment "systems"; quantitative modeling; surveys, focus groups, class census analysis; Real Options analysis; "what if" analysis; Monte Carlo & Simulation; Financial Econometrics
    • Internet Issues - Assess value by using statistics and econometrics to measure "internet presence"; test for trademark, URL, and brand confusion; start-up valuations; shadow stock valuation; domain name valuation; search engine confusion; unauthorized likeness
    • Industrial Organization & Competitive Analysis - Determine the competitiveness of markets including monopoly and monopsony power, concentration ratios, valuation of acquired interests, HSR analysis, pre-merger and acquisition analysis, securities valuation, financial analysis of contingent liabilities, real options analysis, industry analysis for trade associations and regulatory entities, econometric modeling and forecasting, and custom research
    • Entertainment Industry - Valuation, forecasting, modeling; statistical analysis of script content; royalty and licensing computation; quantitative analysis; special projects
    • Product Liability - Analyze customer records, perform actuarial type analysis on warranty claims and product failures, work with lemon law type issues, and perform surveys and focus groups to develop data regarding liability and damages
    • Real Estate & Urban Policy - Fiscal and economic impact analysis, financial analysis, and public private partnership/joint venture negotiations; eminent domain analysis; hedonic regression analysis; statistical valuation models; regional economic forecasting; analysis of public policy on local economy; impact of environmental issues on property values; impact of tax policy; special projects
    • Construction Defects & Destructive Testing - Create and supervise or evaluate sampling plans; compute margins of error; compute projections and extrapolations
    • Surveys & Sampling - Mail, telephonic, computer panel surveys; focus groups; questionnaires; intercept surveys; census; record sampling; warranty card analysis; Eveready, Sprite, and other marketing surveys; consumer expectation surveys; special projects
    • Statistics, Econometrics & Forecasting - Create forecasts, "what if" simulations and models, test hypotheses, and perform custom research
    • Class Action, Mass Actions, Mass Torts - Assess commonality, or lack thereof, using economic and statistical analysis; conduct census or surveys; design sampling for random depositions; analyze corporate records; special analysis
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