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Experts in forensic accounting and financial analysis including business litigation matters, securities, marketing, accounting, statistics and management. Can include retail sales analysis, unfair trade practices and estimation of market shares. Statistics experts serve as expert witnesses and forensic consultants in Maryland legal matters, and provide expert reports and testimony for judges, attorneys, lawyers, law firms, insurance companies and government agencies in Federal and state court trials and arbitrations in Maryland.
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Dr. Anthony Hayter, Fulbright Scholar,Statistics Expert Witness, Data Analysis,
Dr. Anthony Hayter, Fulbright Scholar,
Statistician Expert Witness, CA
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Assistance for attorneys, expert reports, expert testimony, reviews, critiques. University professor with clear communication and teaching skills. Immediate response for tight deadlines. Degrees from Cambridge and Cornell. Fulbright Scholar. Website: HayterStatistics.com.

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Dr. G. Michael PhillipsPhillips Fractor & Company
Dr. G. Michael Phillips
Pasadena, CA
Phillips, Fractor, and Company, your expert solution for economic, financial, statistical, managerial, valuation, accounting, and complex analyses. Our team is comprised of experts and consultants who blend active academic careers with real-world experience in a variety of fields.

The Center for Forensic Economic Studies

Philadelphia, PA
The Center for Forensic Economic Studies provides expert economic analysis and testimony. Center Ph.D.- level staff members have special expertise in statistical analysis, particularly issues in labor and employment litigation.

Stephan LevyEcon One Research
Stephan Levy
Arlington, VA
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Dr. Stephan Levy is an economist with over 22 years experience analyzing antitrust, intellectual property, and other commercial litigation claims. Clients have entrusted Dr. Levy with evaluating complex issues, such as defining relevant antitrust markets, determining market power using direct and indirect evidence, analyzing the competitive effects of horizontal and vertical conduct, estimating damages, determining reasonable royalties, and analyzing the commercial success of patented innovations. He has been designated as an expert witness in several antitrust and other commercial litigations and has testified before administrative and Federal courts. Dr. Levy has testified and consulted in numerous industries including pharmaceuticals, health care, sports and entertainment, and telecommunications. He has held positions at the U.S. Federal Trade Commission and several prominent consulting firms, and he is a former instructor at Indiana University. He holds a B.A. in economics from Tulane University and a Ph.D. in business economics and public policy from Indiana University’s Kelley School of Business.

Palmer Morrel-Samuels, MA, MPhil, PhDUniversity of Michigan / EMPA
Palmer Morrel-Samuels, MA, MPhil, PhD
Chelsea, MI
Dr. Palmer Morrel-Samuels received an MA in research methodology from the University of Chicago, as well as an M. Phil. and a Ph.D. in experimental social psychology from Columbia University. He has more than 25 years experience designing and analyzing workplace assessments. He is currently a Lecturer at University of Michigan where he teaches graduate-level classes on survey design, statistics, and research methodology. He has been an expert witness for the EEOC and has testified to Congress.

William B. Fairley, PhDAnalysis & Inference, Inc.
William B. Fairley, PhD
Springfield, PA
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Founded in 1979, Analysis & Inference, Inc. provides statistical consulting services for law firms, corporations and government agencies. Dr. William Fairley has frequently been retained as an expert consultant and witness.

Lawrence MayerL. Mayer MD/EPD
Lawrence Mayer
Dana Point, CA
Dr. Mayer is an independent consultant and scholar that holds the position of Visiting Fellow, Program in Integrative Knowledge and Human Flourishing, Harvard University. He has been a full-time tenured professor with appointments in statistics, biostatistics, epidemiology, biomedical informatics, public health and medicine (psychiatry). He held various titles including Professor at Arizona State University, (Part-time) Professor, Bloomberg School of Public Health and School of Medicine, Johns Hopkins University, and Affiliated Professor of a Mayo Clinic/ASU joint program in Biomedical Informatics, and a member of the Research Staff at Mayo Clinic. He continues to do research and mentor young physicians and medical students while doing a limited amount of consulting in epidemiology, biostatistics, statistics, epidemiology and clinical trials. His consulting projects often focus on model development, execution and inferences. He is one of the few MD/PhD biostatistician-epidemiologists. He now resides in Dana Point, California. He has worked on a wide range of problems in a variety of specialties in Public Health and Medicine. The common component of most of these problems is that there is a data set to analyze or, more commonly, there are statistical studies to be reviewed and evaluated. These include clinical trials, observational studies, and statistical reviews such as meta-analyses. About a third of his consulting is for industry and interest groups outside of litigation. He prides himself on being able to communicate complex ideas in simple language. His primary interests are the evaluation of epidemiological and statistical data and models in a clinical, regulatory, or legal arena. Dr. Mayer has worked on problems in injury causation, drug development and evaluation, product liability, patent disputes, occupational and environmental exposures, and medical malpractice. He has worked on data and analyses in numerous specialties including toxicology, internal medicine (cardiology, endocrinology, etc.) Ob/Gyn, psychiatry, and surgery and has a preference towards problems that are complex.