FEDERAL EXPERT WITNESSES

FEDERAL EXPERT WITNESS CASE STUDIES

Actuarial Expert Discusses Federal Injury Compensation For Deceased Patient FEDERAL Expert Case

This case involves a man past retirement age who underwent an elective surgery and subsequently succumbed to a hospital-acquired infection. The patient accrued more than $1 million in medical expenses which had been fully covered under a self-funded pl …

Major Corporation Violates Federal Funding Eligibility Laws FEDERAL Expert Case

…  involves a corporation that was found in violation of federal law for fraudulently abusing a federal small business program. The corporation passed off its subsidiaries as …

Foreign Bank Accused of Funding Terrorist Organization FEDERAL Expert Case

Foreign Bank Accused of Funding Terrorist Organization

A large European bank was targeted in civil anti-terrorism litigation in South Carolina. It was alleged that the bank was suspected of financing a paramilitary organization, having organized a monetary transfer into cash of millions and daily transfers of …

Warning Label Experts Discuss Inadequate Labeling on Small Electronics FEDERAL Expert Case

This case involves a mother in Mississippi who bought a package of small, battery powered toys with multicolored LED illumination. The mother distributed the toys to her own children as well as several of their friends during a birthday party at the defen …

Real Estate Expert Witness Provides Valuation of Housing Portfolio FEDERAL Expert Case

…  obligations and transfers pursuant to certain state and federal bankruptcy laws involving payment of interest on liens. The Committee also sought to avoid liens on a federal income tax refund for tax years 2005 and 2006 arising from losses …

Temporary Medical Staffing Agency Fails to Adequately Screen Malicious Employee FEDERAL Expert Case

This case takes place in Maine and involves a traveling nurse who was employed by various temporary staffing agencies that placed her in contact with different facilities across the country caring for severely ill patients. During a 12-month period of empl …