Contract Disputes Expert Witnesses and Consultants
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Expert ListingsJFW Consulting, LLC
JFW Consulting, LLC assists clients and their legal counsel with analyzing and resolving construction claims. Owners and counsel who realize the potential for construction disputes and conflicts rely on our expertise as construction managers and contractors.
Korn Energy Inc.
Colorado Springs, CO
University of Michigan / EMPA
Palmer Morrel-Samuels, MA, MPhil, PhD
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.
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.
Blue Silk Consulting
Rosemary Coates, MBA
Los Gatos, CA
Rosemary Coates is a Global Supply Chain Expert focusing on Chinese sourcing and manufacturing, Import/Export and logistics with 30 years of experience in industry and consulting. She is the author of five business books including amazon.com Best Seller,"42 Rules for Sourcing and Manufacturing in China", and "42 Rules for Superior Field Service" and "Negotiation Blueprinting for Buyers" and "Reshoring Guidebook" and "Legal Blacksmith- How To Avoid and Defend Supply Chain Disputes."
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