Greg Gerganoff, CSP, Esq., possesses extensive experience in the safety compliance and practice involving OSHA and MSHA. He obtained is law degree from Western Michigan University, Cooley Law School and practiced general civil law forapproximately 12 years in Colorado prior to entering the safety profession. He earned a Certified Safety Professional certification and has 18 years field safety experience in mining, oil and gas, construction, manufacturing, power plant outages and light rail construction.
His professional safety experience includes OSHA / MSHA Safety field work and compliance with experience in the heavy construction, manufacturing, light rail construction, power plant outages, public schools, oil and gas, mining, pipeline, and trenching and excavation industries.
Litigation Support: Mr. Gerganoff assists with discovery questions regarding safety matters. Safety opinions based upon statutory, administrative, judicial rulings and related industry association safety policies ancillary to OSHA and MSHA. Mr. Gerganoff is retained by attorneys for both Plaintiff and Defendant.
Some of the subject matter litigation he has handled include:
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Dr. Christopher D. Dore, Registered Professional Archaeologist 10331, provides expert witness services in the fields of Archaeology, Anthropology, and Cultural Resource / Heritage Management. His expert services focus on the investigation, damage assessment, and valuation of damage resulting from impacts to archaeological resources under the Archaeological Resources Protection Act and other laws. He has trial, deposition, litigation, and consultation experience on major, controversial, high-profile cases.
With an MBA in addition to his doctoral degree in anthropology, Dr. Dore is particularly sought after for cases involving the valuation of damage. In addition to services focused on the protection of archaeological resources, Dr. Dore also provides expert services on topics of cultural resource compliance under laws such as the National Historic Preservation Act, California Environmental Quality Act, and the National Environmental Policy Act.
Dr. Dore has participated on criminal and civil cases for both the prosecution and defense. He has worked on case work for private clients and for U.S. federal agencies. Dr. Dore has provided training in damage documentation to professional archaeologists, lectured at the University of Arizona’s College of Law, provided continuing education for the Rocky Mountain Mineral Law Foundation, and was a co-author of the Society of American Archaeology’s Professional Standards for the Determination of Archaeological Value. He is a professional member of the Forensic Expert Witness Association.
Dr. Dore is accomplished, credible, and well recognized in the archaeological community. He has held faculty positions at five major research universities and received research grants from sources including the National Science Foundation. Dr. Dore is the President of the Register of Professional Archaeologists, archaeology's standards and credentialing organization. He also has served as the President of the American Cultural Resources Association and Treasurer of the Society for American Archaeology (SAA). He has been the editor of Advances in Archaeological Practice: A Journal of the Society for American Archaeology. Dr. Dore has received a Presidential Recognition Award frm the SAA and the Asa T. Hill Memorial Award for outstanding contributions to Plains archaeology from the Nebraska State Historical Society. Dr. Dore specializes in the archaeology of the southwest United States, California, and Mexico.