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Associated Power Analysts Inc.

College Station, TX
The Principals at Associated Power Analysts offer experienced forensic engineering and expert witness testimony in electric power. Specialties include: investigation, reconstruction and analysis of system and equipment failures; electrical contact and arc flash injuries; fires and explosions; service outages and damages; codes, standards and work practices; patent issues; and regulatory matters.

Dennis KornKorn Energy Inc.
Dennis Korn
Colorado Springs, CO


Steven Kursh, Ph.D., CSDP, CLPSoftware Analysis Group
Steven Kursh, Ph.D., CSDP, CLP
Boston, MA
Steven R. Kursh, Ph.D., CSDP, CLP is a seasoned management consultant and expert witness. He has extensive technical and management experience in the computer software industry. He has and retail. He has been admitted by the Courts in numerous IP and contract dispute matters. His clients include Adobe Bank of America Samsung HP and Honeywell.

Palmer Morrel-Samuels, MA, MPhil, PhD (psychology), MSc in LawUniversity of Michigan / EMPA
Palmer Morrel-Samuels, MA, MPhil, PhD (psychology), MSc in Law
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 also received a MSc in Law from Northwestern 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.

Michael FrenchConstruction Innovation Consultants, LLC
Michael French
Fair Oaks Ranch, TX
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Mr. French provides construction claim cost and schedule analysis, and expert witness testimony. With over 30 years of vast industry experience, he has been involved in the following roles: consultant, owner representative, general contractor, subcontractor, and vendor, providing a wealth of insight. Experience includes projects ranging from under $1 million to several over $1 billion with contract types consisting of bid-build, design-build, P3 concession, and construction management. Project types include highways, bridges, utilities, railway, dams, locks, water systems, public works, piling, shafts, mining, prisons, buildings, fiber optics, telecommunication facilities, and marine, USACE, and DOT. Past claim and change order experience includes the following: - Preparation of a multi-million dollar claim on a USACE float-in-place dam project. Cost and schedule analysis prepared for this project. - Insurance-related cost of repair analysis on a municipal project involving blocked electrical ducts causing rework and modifications. - Change-order cost preparation for necessary bridge repairs/modifications on a waterway project. - Cost and schedule analysis for a lawsuit involving the construction of an office/warehouse facility. - Analysis of cost overruns for a hotel project involved in litigation. - Deposed, as an expert on a construction injury case involving improper use of scaffolding materials.


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