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This page contains economics expert witnesses who testify, consult and provide litigation support on economics and related issues. Economics expert witnesses and consultants on this page may form expert opinions, draft expert witness reports, provide expert witness testimony at deposition and/or trial as or serve as consulting (non-testifying) experts. The issues and subjects these economics expert witnesses testify regarding may include: Lost Profits, Wrongful Death, Economic Damages, Personal Injury, Business Valuation, Business Interruption, Damages, Discrimination, Economics, Financial, Lost Earnings, Valuation, Wrongful Termination, Business Damages, and Economic Loss.

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Thomas M Roney Thomas Roney LLC Economic Consulting

Economics, Intellectual Property - Economic Damages, Business Damages, Life-care Plans, Wrongful-death, Wrongful Termination, Employment, Patents, Trademark, Copyright, Statistics, Jones Act, FELA, Intellectual Property, Commercial Damages
I have over 30 years experience preparing, researching and analyzing financial and economic data and providing economic damages calculations, consulting services and expert reports in support of litigation. Expert testimony provided in deposition, Federal and State courts, arbitration, and before the Special Master in Victims Compensation matters. Prepared quantitative and qualitative analyses, memos and expert reports on tort cases involving personal injury, care costs and life-care plans, wrongful-death, wrongful termination, Jones Act, FELA, intellectual property, and commercial damages. Developed financial models for firms in a variety of markets, including the telecommunications, retail, casino gambling, insurance, manufacturing, tire wholesaler, oil services, residential real estate, merchant service provider, fire suppression, financial services, courier services, trade schools and hotel industries. Vice-President of the National Association of Forensic Economics. Speaks at n...

Jason P Imbrogno University of North Alabama

Florence, Alabama
Economics, Statistics - Asset Valuations, Present Value Calculations, Pecuniary Damage Computations, Fraud Detection, Discrimination

Nora C Ostrofe, MBA, CEA, AVA Hagen, Streiff, Newton & Oshiro Accountants PC

Alaska
Economics, Financial - Economic Loss, Valuation Of Economic Loss, Valuation Of Wrongful Death, Business Interruption, Marital Dissolution, Pension Valuation, Business Valuation, Employment Laws
Professional, detailed valuation of economic loss in the following practice areas: personal injury / wrongful death (including maritime and medical malpractice); employment law; business interruption; and marital dissolution (including business and pension valuation). Reasonable rates.

Christopher G Linscott, CPA, CFE, CIRA Keegan Linscott & Associates, PC

Tucson, Arizona
Fraud, Accounting - Financial, Insolvency, Forensic Accounting, Bankruptcy, Business Damages, Economics, Mining, Business Operations, Accounting investigations, Forensic investigations, Litigation support, Litigation services
Chris Linscott is the Director of Keegan Linscott & Associates consulting practice with more than thirty-five years of experience. His background includes eight years with KPMG Peat Marwick in the New York City and Boston offices, two years with Coopers & Lybrand in Tucson, two years as a CFO in industry and twenty-six years with Keegan Linscott & Associates. He is a Certified Public Accountant, Certified Fraud Examiner and Certified Insolvency and Restructuring Advisor. Chris has served as an expert witness and consultant to attorneys involved in litigation throughout the country. He has also served as a Financial Advisor to Debtors and Creditor Committees in Chapter 11, served as a Chapter 11 Trustee, court appointed Receiver, Financial Fiduciary, Special Master and Examiner in various court cases. Chris is adept at analyzing allegations of fraud in civil, criminal, and bankruptcy matters and working with counsel to understand the financial aspects of litigation. He has testified ...

Daniel Scheitrum, PhD Scheitrum Consulting

Tucson, Arizona
Economics, Employment - Lost Earnings, Lost Profits, Wrongful Death, Medical Malpractice, Personal Injury, Wrongful Termination, Life-care plans, Household Services, Business Interruption, Commercial Damages, Wage and hour claims, International Trade, Agriculture, Energy, Statistical Analysis, Mathematical Modeling
Professor Dan Scheitrum earned his BA from UC Santa Barbara and PhD from UC Davis. Professor Scheitrum has over ten years of experience calculating economic damages in civil litigation and has given testimony quantifying lost income. Prof. Scheitrum has experience calculating lost earnings, mitigation earning capacity, value of household services, cost of life-care plans, probability of remaining with employer, and estimating reasonable duration of job search. Prof. Scheitrum also has experience with statistical methods for civil litigation involving large class actions. Please see CV for more information. References available upon request.

Advisors / Experts @MCS Associates National Expert Witness/Consulting Group

Tustin, California
Economics, Accounting - Damages calculations, lost profits, economic/statistical analysis, business valuations, forensic accounting, accountant practice/standards
Banking, finance, real estate & insurance consulting group (est. 1973). Experts include senior bankers, consultants, economists, accountants, actuaries, statisticians, appraisers. Damages analysis re: lending / finance, business interruption, lost profits; Business valuations; Securities & investments, suitability / trading; Accounting expertise in standards / practices, GAAP / RAP principles, Fraud investigation, Forensic accounting.

Antonio Avalos, PhD Valley Economics Associates, Inc.

Fresno, California
Economics, Financial - economist, forensic economist, forensic economics, economic damages, personal injury, wrongful death, wrongful termination, loss of earnings, discrimination, defamation, loss of household services, life care plan valuation, loss of earning capacity, economic losses, tax neutralization
Dr. Avalos is a Professor of Economics at California State University, Fresno, where he has served as a faculty member since 2003. Dr. Avalos’ research and publication record relevant to forensic economics includes the following: • Avalos, Antonio, R. Sean Alley, and Philip T. Ganderton, “Assessing Economic Damages in Personal Injury and Wrongful Death Litigation: The State of New Mexico”, Journal of Forensic Economics, 28(1-2):211-226, 2019. • Avalos, Antonio, “General Guidelines for the Conversion of Damages Calculated in Foreign Currency: Tort Claims”, Journal of Forensic Economics 28(1):1-14, 2019. • Avalos, Antonio and Sean Alley, “Use and Limitations of Purchasing Power Parity for the Conversion of Damages Calculated in Foreign Currency: An Updated Look”, Journal of Legal Economics 21(2): 1-25, 2015. • Avalos, Antonio and Sean Alley, “Are Mexican Net Discount Rates Stationary? An Application for Lost Earnings Damages Involving Undocumented Workers”, Journal of Forensi...

Kaycea T Campbell, PhD

San Pedro, California
Economics, Business Damages - Personal Injury, Wrongful Death, Employment, discrimination, Wages, Hours, Loss of Business Profits, Healthcare Loss Analysis, civil litigation, finance, business valuation, economics, statistics, valuation, accounting, and trademark/patent infringement damages.
As an experienced career Economist specializing in economic theory, analysis and policy, Long Beach, California-based Kaycea is an educator with extensive training in economics. With a Ph.D. degree in Economics and Management, Campbell is also an experienced researcher whose analyses have been published in authoritative journals. Kaycea has been teaching for over ten years and has taught undergraduate and graduate level courses in economics. Kaycea is a tenured Associate Professor at Pierce College, teaching Microeconomics, Macroeconomics, and related Economic Theory courses as required. She is also the Department Chair for a division housing the disciplines of Political Science, Economics, Administration of Justice, and Chicano Studies. She also teaches economic courses at other colleges within the Los Angeles Community College District (Mission College and West Los Angeles College). She also serves as an Adjunct Assistant Professor of Economics at the University of La Verne...

David G. Campbell, PhD Wicomico Analytics Group LLC

California
Economics, Statistics - Damages, Antitrust, Statistical Sampling, Class Certification, Healthcare, Health Insurance, Medicare Fraud, Intellectual Property, Patent, Insurance Coverage, Securities Fraud, Environmental Disputes
David is a versatile economist who has worked in private consulting for 20+ years. He has been an Economics professor at several Southern California colleges, where he taught economic theory, econometrics, statistics, and finance. For several years he led an Antitrust Seminar in the joint Law School/Business School program at Pepperdine. David's research is well-cited; his article on Productivity Dynamics has over 1400 citations on Google Scholar. David has been retained as an economic and statistical expert in litigation matters in both U.S. District courts and state courts. He has opined in antitrust, medicare fraud, and intellectual property matters. In addition to his expert witness testimony, David has consulted for a wide variety of corporate and government clients. Last year, he served as chief statistician for the first-ever audit of the US Navy.

James Christopoulos, JD, MA Christopoulos Economics Consulting Group

Costa Mesa, California
Economics, Business Damages - Damages, Present Value Loss, Lost Profits, Lost Earnings, Lost Income, Lost Wages, Pension Loss, Present Value Medical Care Costs, Lost Earning Capacity
I am well versed in the calculation of past and present value future economic damages for all matters such as employment litigation, business litigation, wrongful death, and personal injury, including the calculation of future medical care costs. I provide credible testimony and produce clear summary reports of relevant conclusions.

Mark O. Falkenhagen JS Held, LLC

Los Angeles, California
Economics, Financial - Economic Damages, Economic Loss, Business Interruption, Employment Laws, Class Action Damage Models, Business Valuation, Wrongful Death, Wage and Hour Analysis, Construction Defect, Marital Dissolution, Pension Valuation, Net Worth Calculations
Professional valuation of economic loss in the following practice areas: wrongful termination, class action, wage and hour, wrongful death, business interruption, construction defect, marital dissolution, stock options. Experienced testimony in state and federal courts. Mediation preparation. Clear and concise work product for deposition and trial presentation. Case intake across the country.

Eric Forister, PhD Econ One Research, Inc.

Los Angeles, California
Economics, Business Damages - Damages, Lost Profit, Reasonable Royalty, False Advertising, Consumer Fraud, Class Certification, Class Action, Market Power, Market Definition, Patent, Surveys, Valuation.
Dr. Eric Forister is an expert economist with testifying experience on market definition, market power, and damages. His expertise includes applying advanced statistical techniques to datasets, synthesizing information from documents, and designing and evaluating surveys. He focuses on relevant questions to tackle complex issues with an efficient and effective style of communication. Dr. Forister also has extensive experience consulting on issues including royalty rates, irreparable harm, sampling, survey design, common impact, and materiality. He is a Senior Economist at Econ One and can be reached for more information upon request. Learn more at www.econone.com/staff-member/eric-forister.

Alan G Goedde, PhD Freeman & Mills, Inc

Los Angeles, California
Business Damages, Economics - intellectual property(patent, trademark, copyright, trade secret, licensing, royalties), entertainment, music, business valuations, lost profits, statistics, lost earnings, product marketing,
A considerable part of Dr. Goedde’s practice involves intellectual property issues including patent, trademark, copyright, trade secret and unfair competition matters as well as business valuations. His background in engineering and economics combined with his work experience in profit planning, budgeting, product marketing and acquisitions analysis has enabled him to assist clients in a wide range of intellectual property litigation. Dr. Goedde can also draw upon his experience as a patent examiner at the U.S. Patent and Trademark Office. His testimony experience in patent infringement matters includes economic analysis of the Panduit factors, applying Georgia Pacific factors to evaluate reasonable royalty; and, developing RAND royalty rates considering such issues as scope of the royalty base, lump sum and running royalties, royalty stacking, license comparability, university licensing agreements, exclusive licensing, and apportionment of profits to non-infringing components. Dr. ...

George C. McLaughlin, MBA JS Held

Oakland, California
Economics, Business Damages - Lost income, lost wages, employment discharge, personal injury, wrongful death, medical malpractice, business valuation, life care plan valuation, pension valuation, Subchapter S valuation, asbestos, self employed income
I have testified over 100 times for both plaintiffs and defendants regarding lost income in personal injury, and wrongful death cases from both wage earners and self employed persons. I have also testified in business interruption, partnership disputes, marital dissolutions, and other matters regarding business income. I hold the following credentials: Certified Earning Analyst from the American Rehabilitation Economics Association, and Certified Valuation Analyst from the National Association of Certified Valuation Analysts. Please see my LinkedIn profile at http://www.linkedin.com/in/georgemclaughlinmba for referrals from clients. Ray Coates of Low Ball and Lynch stated: "George is an excellent expert witness. He is well prepared, makes a nice impression in front of the jury, and presents technical information in an understandable manner."

Nora C Ostrofe, MBA, CEA, AVA Hagen, Streiff, Newton & Oshiro Accountants PC

Emeryville , California
Economics, Financial - Economic Loss, Valuation Of Economic Loss, Valuation Of Wrongful Death, Business Interruption, Marital Dissolution, Pension Valuation, Business Valuation, Employment Laws
Professional, detailed valuation of economic loss in the following practice areas: personal injury / wrongful death (including maritime and medical malpractice); employment law; business interruption; and marital dissolution (including business and pension valuation). Reasonable rates.

Joseph J Penbera, Ph.D. PenberaParis Forensic Economics & Litigation Services

Friant, California
Economics, Financial - Forensic Economics, Arbitration & Mediation, Financial Analysis, Business & Personal Income Loss, Personal Injury, Wrongful Death, Employment, Insurance Claims, Property Loss, Business & Financial Plans, Technology Assessments
Identified as one of the best economists in the nation by Knight Kiplinger (editor/publisher, Kiplinger's Magazine); Identified as one of the top economists in the world by the Invest in the U.S.A. Summit; Chairman of Dept. of Homeland Security designated regional investment firm with projects in several states; Appointed Senior Fulbright Scholar in Economics; Designated Financial Expert under NYSE-SEC regulations; Member, National Association of Forensic Economists; Member, Financial Executives Institute; Completed Senior Finance and Audit Programs, Harvard University; Served as Board Member and Audit Committee Chairman of companies that are leaders in their industry (Rug Doctor, Vendo); Former University Business School Dean and Eaton Fellow of Economics; Consultant assignments have included White House Consortium of Cabinet-Level Agencies, law firms, major corporations, financial institutions, universities and foundations, among others; Publications include a Bookwatch ...

Thomas M Roney Thomas Roney LLC Economic Consulting

Colorado
Economics, Intellectual Property - Economic Damages, Business Damages, Life-care Plans, Wrongful-death, Wrongful Termination, Employment, Patents, Trademark, Copyright, Statistics, Jones Act, FELA, Intellectual Property, Commercial Damages
I have over 30 years experience preparing, researching and analyzing financial and economic data and providing economic damages calculations, consulting services and expert reports in support of litigation. Expert testimony provided in deposition, Federal and State courts, arbitration, and before the Special Master in Victims Compensation matters. Prepared quantitative and qualitative analyses, memos and expert reports on tort cases involving personal injury, care costs and life-care plans, wrongful-death, wrongful termination, Jones Act, FELA, intellectual property, and commercial damages. Developed financial models for firms in a variety of markets, including the telecommunications, retail, casino gambling, insurance, manufacturing, tire wholesaler, oil services, residential real estate, merchant service provider, fire suppression, financial services, courier services, trade schools and hotel industries. Vice-President of the National Association of Forensic Economics. Speaks at n...

David G. Campbell, PhD Wicomico Analytics Group LLC

Washington, District Of Columbia
Economics, Statistics - Damages, Antitrust, Statistical Sampling, Class Certification, Healthcare, Health Insurance, Medicare Fraud, Intellectual Property, Patent, Insurance Coverage, Securities Fraud, Environmental Disputes
David is a versatile economist who has worked in private consulting for 20+ years. He has been an Economics professor at several Southern California colleges, where he taught economic theory, econometrics, statistics, and finance. For several years he led an Antitrust Seminar in the joint Law School/Business School program at Pepperdine. David's research is well-cited; his article on Productivity Dynamics has over 1400 citations on Google Scholar. David has been retained as an economic and statistical expert in litigation matters in both U.S. District courts and state courts. He has opined in antitrust, medicare fraud, and intellectual property matters. In addition to his expert witness testimony, David has consulted for a wide variety of corporate and government clients. Last year, he served as chief statistician for the first-ever audit of the US Navy.

Philip J Cross, PhD Kenyon Consulting LLC

Washington, District Of Columbia
Economics, Statistics - Econometrics, Antitrust, Class action, Mergers and acquisitions, Damages, Survey design, Big data, Machine learning, Privileged consulting, Discrimination, Industrial espionage, Fraud detection.
Dr. Philip Cross has over 20 years of experience as an economist in academia, government, and consulting. He specializes in econometrics—combining statistical analysis with economic theory to draw inferences about economic outcomes. His consulting experience includes testifying as an expert in a major class-action litigation involving healthcare provision reimbursement, preparing expert opinions in an antitrust matter and in a lost wages matter, and analyzing the compensation structure for equity partners in a large professional services firm. Dr. Cross holds a Ph.D. and M.A. from the University of Wisconsin, and a B.Com.(Hons.) from the University of New South Wales. Dr. Cross’s experience includes: Being retained as an economic and statistical expert in litigation matters in both U.S. District courts and state courts. He has opined in antitrust, class action and wrongful death matters. Working on litigation matters involving antitrust issues, class certification, statistic...

Joseph I. Rosenberg, MBA, MA, CFA, CDFA Joseph I. Rosenberg, CFA, LLC

District Of Columbia
Economics, Financial - Damage Awards; Lost Profits; Loss of Earnings; Loss of Earning Capacity; Loss of Household Services; Divorce Financial Analysis; Annuity Valuation Analysis; Marital Property Division; Pension Valuation; Loss of Employee Benefits; Damaged Employment Prospects;
As a Forensic Economist, Mr. Rosenberg provides litigation support for both plaintiff and defense, in cases of personal injury, wrongful death, wrongful termination, professional/medical malpractice, business interruption, lost profits, mortgage fraud, damaged credit, and other torts within MD, DC, VA, NJ, DE, PA, and MA. His reports include the calculation of damage awards for the loss of past and future earnings/earning capacity, employee benefits, household services, life care plan needs, and other relevant losses, such as from non-medical professional malpractice/fraud involving financial services. He has been twice published in the peer-reviewed Journal of Forensic Economics and The Earnings Analyst. Mr. Rosenberg is a widely recognized expert in discounting damage awards. As such, he was asked to co-author an Expert Opinion article in The Forecast (the newsletter of the National Association of Forensic Economics) making the case for using the Current Interest Rate method fo...

Chuck N. Schilke, JD George Washington University Business School

Washington, District Of Columbia
Real Estate, Public Health - Arbitration, Mediation, Architecture, Banking, Construction, Economics, Education, Schools, Environmental, Financial, Hotel, Restaurant, Legal, Management, Securities, Investments

Deepa Sundararaman, CPA, MBA Berkeley Research Group

Washington, District Of Columbia
Business Damages, Intellectual Property - Accounting, Valuation, Economics, Financial, Dispute Resolution, Damages, Breach, Patent, Trademark, Trade Secret, lost profits, reasonable royalties, unjust enrichment, Section 337 matters, ITC, International Trade Commission
Deepa Sundararaman focuses her practice in the areas of intellectual property and commercial litigation matters. She has significant experience performing complex financial and accounting analyses in quantification of damages. Her experience includes disputes brought to federal courts and matters brought before the US International Trade Commission (ITC); and covers a range of disputes involving breach of contract, intellectual property, including allegations of patent, trademark infringement and misappropriation of trade secrets. Ms. Sundararaman has evaluated and quantified damages involving lost profits, reasonable royalties, and unjust enrichment. At the ITC, she has analyzed economic and financial issues in Section 337 investigations related to public interest, domestic industry, commercial success, remedy, cease and desist, and calculation of the appropriate bond rate. Her experience spans industries including semiconductors, pharmaceutical products, medical devices, toys, de...

JOSEPH M EDMONDS, FSA, EA, MAAA, FCA, MA, MS Joseph Edmonds, FSA

TALLAHASSEE, Florida
Actuarial, Economics - Actuarial present values (PV), Defined benefit retirement plans, Public employee retirement plans, Divorce PV equitable distributions, Insurance life and annuity contract PV comparisons, Business PV contract calculations, Self-funded medical plan reserves, Pension plan benefit and compliance issues.
Fellow Society Actuaries (FSA), Enrolled Actuary (EA), Member American Academy Actuaries (MAAA), Fellow Conference Actuaries (FCA), MS Mathematics, MA Economics. Extensive experience in retirement plan benefit calculations, present value determinations, divorce equitable distribution of pension benefits, Valuation of life and annuity insurance illustrations, self-funded medical plan reserves. Valuation of retirement plan benefits and compliance issues, actuarial present value of contracts, public employee pension plan benefits. Recent assignments included the comparison valuation of two life insurance contracts based on annual gain/loss amounts discounted to the current age of the insured, valuation of a business purchase agreement based on PV of projected annual profits and expenses discounted using select and ultimate interest rates.

Stanley P. Stephenson, PhD Litigation Economics, LLC

Tampa, Florida
Intellectual Property, Economics - Damages Calculations, Lost Profits, Business Interruption, Intellectual Property Infringement, Products Liability, Earnings Loss, Lost Earnings, Patent Infringement, Trade Secrets, Trademark, Wrongful Death, Employment Disputes
Application of economic, accounting and statistical analysis tools to assess damages in products liability, contract breach, wrongful death, personal injury, business interruption, intellectual property, construction defects and employment disputes. Clients in high-tech manufacturing, software development, auto accessories, real estate, hotels, restaurants, retail, and agricultural processing industries. Specialty is damages assessments in complex litigation.

R. Mark Rogers Rogers Economics, Inc.

Peachtree City, Georgia
Economics, Child Support - economic damages, personal injury, child support, alimony, high income child support, Child Support Budget Reports, economist, lost earnings, life care plan, wrongful death, Georgia and other states, child support deviations, high income, wrongful termination, noncustodial parent
Underlying his expertise as an expert witness in personal injury and child support cases, Rogers career has been multifaceted with skills that overlap. He has worked with economic data extensively as a 19-year economist at Federal Reserve Bank of Atlanta. As an adjunct professor at Clayton State University and Georgia Military College, he teaches microeconomics, macroeconomics, MBA managerial economics, and business statistics. For child support, expertise began as a governor's appointee to the Georgia Commission on Child Support. Rogers has testified extensively before state legislatures and other state commissions on child support. Rogers has testified in 15 states on child support issues. For personal injury, expertise overlaps with understanding case facts and presenting in economic exhibits. Analysis of earnings and other losses is bolstered by experience forecasting at the Atlanta Fed, authoring books on economic data, and by teaching economics and business statistics. Dec...

Scott D Gilbert, PhD Gilbert Economics

Carbondale, Illinois
Economics, Financial - economic damages, wrongful termination, contract disputes, valuation (divorce), statistical evidence, regression analysis, personal injury, wrongful death
Scott Gilbert is a PhD economist who provides expert witness and litigation support services on economic matters in tort and contract law, via the consulting firm Gilbert Economics. He lives in southern Illinois, where he is associate professor of economics at Southern Illinois University. Since 1998 he has served as 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. Scott received his PhD degree in economics in the year 1996, and before that worked as 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. Scott is an active researcher and edu...

Stan V Smith, PhD Smith Economics Group

Chicago, Illinois
Economics, Business Damages - Economic Damages, Hedonic Damages, Credit Damages, Lost Wages, Lost Household Services, Commercial Litigation, Financial Analysis, Personal Injury, Employment Discrimination, Intellectual Property, Patent Damages,
Dr. Stan V. Smith is a University of Chicago educated economist. As president of Smith Economics Group, economic legal consultants for plaintiff and defense attorneys nationwide, he provides testimony and litigation support services in evaluating damages. He and his staff of economists have developed state-of-the-art econometric analysis.

James D Webber QSI Consulting, Inc

Naperville, Illinois
Telecommunications, Economics - Regulation, public policy, cost, pricing, damages, contract, negotiation, network, interconnection, pole attachments, acquisition, due diligence
Mr. Webber has more than 25 years of experience with utility management, policy analysis, regulatory affairs, and litigation. Prior to joining QSI, he served in a number of management positions within the communications industry, including, for example, as the Director of External Affairs for ATX/CoreComm, as a District Manager for AT&T's Law and Government Affairs organization, and as the Manager of the Illinois Commerce Commission’s Telecommunications Rate Section. Mr. Webber has provided consulting services to a number of the nation's most notable communications and information services companies, such as AT&T, Charter, Comcast, PAETEC and XO. He has also managed numerous engagements for state and federal agencies as well as various international clients. He has been responsible for cost-of-service analyses, business case modeling, operational process improvement, vendor management, regulatory affairs and policy analysis among other strategic issues. In addition to his expe...

Joseph I. Rosenberg, MBA, MA, CFA, CDFA Joseph I. Rosenberg, CFA, LLC

Kensington, Maryland
Economics, Financial - Damage Awards; Lost Profits; Loss of Earnings; Loss of Earning Capacity; Loss of Household Services; Divorce Financial Analysis; Annuity Valuation Analysis; Marital Property Division; Pension Valuation; Loss of Employee Benefits; Damaged Employment Prospects;
As a Forensic Economist, Mr. Rosenberg provides litigation support for both plaintiff and defense, in cases of personal injury, wrongful death, wrongful termination, professional/medical malpractice, business interruption, lost profits, mortgage fraud, damaged credit, and other torts within MD, DC, VA, NJ, DE, PA, and MA. His reports include the calculation of damage awards for the loss of past and future earnings/earning capacity, employee benefits, household services, life care plan needs, and other relevant losses, such as from non-medical professional malpractice/fraud involving financial services. He has been twice published in the peer-reviewed Journal of Forensic Economics and The Earnings Analyst. Mr. Rosenberg is a widely recognized expert in discounting damage awards. As such, he was asked to co-author an Expert Opinion article in The Forecast (the newsletter of the National Association of Forensic Economics) making the case for using the Current Interest Rate method fo...

Michael J. Garibaldi, CPA,ABV,CFF,CGMA Garibaldi Group

Garden City, New York
Business Valuation, Accounting - Appraisal, Valuation, Forensic Accounting, Business Damages, Fraud, Business Operations, Financial, Economics, Management, CPA, Accountant, Tax, Business Divorce, Appraisal & Valuation

Kelly T Hickel Expert Witness Consulting Services

New York, New York
Technology, Economics - Financial, advertising, business damages, business operations, business valuation, computers, dispute resolution, information technology, internet, management, marketing, accounting
Expert Witness Consulting Services, LLC (“EWCS”) has recently been established to provide a range of services to independent professionals and professional service firms engaged in expert witness and related activities. EWCS has incremental, litigation-experienced human resources and national recognition within the legal community to significantly enhance the positioning and “throw weight” of affiliated expert witness firms.

Don May, PhD DMA Economics

Cortlandt Manor, New York
Economics, Accounting - Economic damages, lost profits, securities fraud, lost business value, theft of trade secrets, breach of contract, damages, product mislabeling damages, business valuation
Don May is Managing Partner at DMA Economics LLC and possesses over 35 years’ experience in consulting, valuation and litigation support as well as researching, publishing and teaching at the university level. His experience includes implementing a broad range of damage analyses and valuations for businesses of various sizes and in numerous industries. Prior to founding DMA Economics, Dr. May was Managing Director at Berkley Research Group and the Principal in charge of valuation and litigation support services for a regional accounting firm, a Managing Director for PricewaterhouseCoopers and a professor at the Massachusetts Institute of Technology - Sloan School of Management. Dr. May has prepared expert reports and testified in federal and state courts as well as AAA, JAMS, and FINRA arbitration hearings and has effectively communicated as an expert witness testifier and consultant in several multi-million dollar cases. Some examples of recent matters Dr. May has been asked to ...

Gary S. Barach, CPA, CFE, CFF, CVA Barach Consulting Group, LLC

West Chestser, Pennsylvania
Business Damages, Economics - fraud, business valuation, business interruption, lost profits, product recall, personal injury, employment cases, discrimination, contract disputes, dispute resolution, economic damages, construction defects, insurance claims, class action, shareholder disputes, bankruptcy, commercial litigation.
Gary S. Barach, CPA, CFE, CFF, CVA, is the founder of Barach Consulting Group, LLC (f/k/a Barach & Company). The firm was established in 1976. He has been retained as a financial forensic and economic expert in over 3,800 cases. His experience in litigation includes business valuation; fraud investigation; bankruptcy; and determining economic damages arising from contract and shareholder disputes, recalled product, and construction defects. Mr. Barach is also a well established expert in economic damages arising from personal injury and discrimination litigation. Mr. Barach’s professional credentials include Certified Public Accountant (CPA), Certified Fraud Examiner (CFE), Certified Valuation Analyst (CVA), and Certified in Financial Forensics (CFF). He has been qualified as an expert in federal, state, and local courts throughout the United States and has never been precluded from offering testimony as the result of a Daubert motion. Mr. Barach’s 40 years of experience include...

Bill Cline GaffneyCline

Houston, Texas
Oil and Gas, Economics - Valuation of petroleum assets, international oil and gas, petroleum contracts development and negotiation support; petroleum sector resource management and fiscal reform, petroleum engineering, energy, geology
Mr. Cline has acted in the capacity of expert witness particularly with respect to valuation of petroleum properties and/or petroleum industry practices in numerous arbitration, mediation and litigation proceedings including: ExxonMobil vs. Venezuela (ICSID); ExxonMobil vs. Petróleos de Venezuela (ICC); Anadarko Petroleum/Maersk vs. Sonatrach (UNCITRAL); Maersk vs. Algeria (ICSID); Sonatrach vs. Duke (UNCITRAL); Texaco vs. Apache (AAA); Vanco vs. Ukraine (Stockholm Chamber of Commerce); Occidental vs. Ecuador (mediation); CNOOC vs. Talisman (mediation); a series of arbitrations related to Egypt’s natural gas sector (ICC, ICSID, UNCITRAL and CRCICA); Midland Resources vs. Shtaif et al. (Ontario Superior Court); Total/ExxonMobil/Chevron/Nexen vs. NNPC (Nigerian arbitration); Repsol vs. Chevron (Spanish litigation); Niko vs. Bangladesh (ICSID and Bangladesh litigation); First National Petroleum vs. TNG (Stockholm Chamber of Commerce); Nexen/Occidental et al. vs. Yemen and multiple case...

David A. Macpherson, PhD Litigation Economics

San Antonio, Texas
Economics, Business Damages - Economic Damages, Lost Profits, Earnings Loss, Personal Injury, Wrongful Death, Business Interruption, Statistical Analysis, Contract Breach, Employment Discrimination
Dr. David Macpherson evaluates damages in personal injury, wrongful death, employment, and business loss cases, for plaintiffs and defendants. He has provided numerous independent reports and evaluation of opposing experts' reports since 2000, and testified often in Federal and State courts (FL, GA, KS, MI, MO, TX). Dr. Macpherson has conducted statistical analysis of discrimination claims. Clients have included the U.S. Attorney (Hartford and Oklahoma City). He is the E.M. Stevens Professor and Chair of Economics at Trinity University. Dr. Macpherson has served as vice president of the National Association of Forensic Economics and the vice president of the Southern Economic Association

Thomas M Roney Thomas Roney LLC Economic Consulting

Dallas, Texas
Economics, Intellectual Property - Economic Damages, Business Damages, Life-care Plans, Wrongful-death, Wrongful Termination, Employment, Patents, Trademark, Copyright, Statistics, Jones Act, FELA, Intellectual Property, Commercial Damages
I have over 30 years experience preparing, researching and analyzing financial and economic data and providing economic damages calculations, consulting services and expert reports in support of litigation. Expert testimony provided in deposition, Federal and State courts, arbitration, and before the Special Master in Victims Compensation matters. Prepared quantitative and qualitative analyses, memos and expert reports on tort cases involving personal injury, care costs and life-care plans, wrongful-death, wrongful termination, Jones Act, FELA, intellectual property, and commercial damages. Developed financial models for firms in a variety of markets, including the telecommunications, retail, casino gambling, insurance, manufacturing, tire wholesaler, oil services, residential real estate, merchant service provider, fire suppression, financial services, courier services, trade schools and hotel industries. Vice-President of the National Association of Forensic Economics. Speaks at n...

Wade C. Roberts, Ph.D. Roberts Forensics

Kaysville, Utah
Economics, Business Damages - Forensic Economics, Personal Injury, Business Interruption, Wrongful Death, Economic Damages, Labor Markets, Loss of Household Services, Economic Analysis, Present Value, Earning Capacity, Lost Profits, Statistical Analysis, Economic Research, Discrimination, Litigation Support, Federal Court
Dr. Roberts specializes in expert witness testimony for litigation, arbitration, and mediation cases involving a wide range of economic loss scenarios. Dr. Roberts has extensive experience as a Financial Analyst, Professor of Economics, Labor Economist, and Statistician. Dr. Roberts has worked on assignments involving personal injuries, business interruptions, wrongful deaths, wrongful terminations, market analyses, discrimination disputes, and economic damages. His engagements regularly include calculations of damage awards stemming from a loss of earnings (past and future), reduced earning capacities, diminished employee benefits, and the loss of household services. As a Professor of Economics, Dr. Roberts has experience teaching at the University of Utah, Weber State University, Westminster College, and Western Governor’s University. He has taught over twenty courses at both the undergraduate and graduate level, including Labor Economics, Statistics, Development Economics, Global...

Timothy Carpenter, PhD Carpenter Financial, LLC

Roanoke, Virginia
Economics, Financial - Forensic Economics, Financial Consulting, Valuation, Economic Loss, Damages, Personal Injury, Life Care, FELA, Medical Malpractice, Wrongful Death, Wrongful Termination and/or Discrimination, Divorce, Business Interruption
Dr. Tim Carpenter is an Assistant Professor of Finance at Roanoke College with over 10 years of teaching experience covering topics including Corporate Finance, Investments, Valuation, Forensic Economics, and more. He is qualified as an expert in Forensic Economics in the state of Virginia and has worked on a variety of case types including: personal injury (including FELA cases and life care plan valuation), medical malpractice, wrongful death, wrongful termination and discrimination, divorce (including spousal support calculations, asset valuation, and business valuation), and business interruption. While his current casework comes primarily from Virginia, he is happy to accept cases outside the state as well.

Steve G Roberts, CPA/CFF, CFE, CCI, CGMA, Principal Veritas Forensic Accounting & Economics

Sammamish, Washington
Business Damages, Economics - Forensic accounting, economic damages, expert testimony, litigation support, business interruption, economic loss, business valuation, fraud examination, insurance loss accounting, catastrophic loss analysis, commercial disputes, economic research, federal court special master
Veritas Forensic Accounting and Economics specializes in expert witness testimony in litigation, arbitration, appraisal and mediation, and as a Court Appointed Special Masters, involving a wide variety of economic loss, forensic accounting, fraud examination and valuation scenarios. Veritas engagements are managed by professionals with federal and state court testifying experience and more than 25 years' tenure in their respective disciplines. Assignments have arisen out of such events as the Exxon Valdez and BP Oil Spills, the 9/11 attack, the Bellingham Pipeline Explosion, the 2008 banking crisis, and a wide variety of matters involving breach of contract, breach of fiduciary duty, business interruption, business dissolution, economic viability, class actions, bellwether plaintiffs, construction defect, construction delay and cost overrun, builder's risk policies, employee dishonesty, receivership, bankruptcy, fraud, insurance loss, inventory loss, property damage, intellectual ...

Terry R. Smith, PhD Dairy Strategies, LLC

Bruce, Wisconsin
Agriculture, Economics - Dairy, Farming, Business Analysis, Financial Analysis, Economic Damages Analysis, Bankruptcy, Chapter 11 Reorganization, International Agriculture, Debt and Equity Financing, Agricultural Economics, Statistical Analysis
Dairy Strategies, LLC has provided economic and damage analyses to a broad range of plaintiffs and defendants across agricultural enterprises, with a focus on the dairy sector. We have non-litigation and litigation-related clients in more than 20 states in the US and also in a number of foreign countries.
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