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In an ICC arbitration, two subsidiaries of ConocoPhillips claimed damages from Petróleos de Venezuela, S.A., for their interests in two oil projects known as Petrozuata and Hamaca. Econ One was retained by counsel for Venezuela to provide expert analysis on quantum. Dr. Daniel Flores co-authored two expert reports and testified at the hearing in Washington, D.C.
Econ One was retained by a healthcare consultant to assist with dozens of proactive Medicare audits. For each audit, this entailed two steps. First, Dr. Brian Kriegler selected a random sample of patient files for an outside medical expert to review. Second, Dr. Kriegler calculated estimated totals, averages, and confidence intervals based on the medical expert’s findings.
Ted Tatos was engaged by the Utah Jazz to respond to Plaintiffs’ expert’s report and evaluate the damages calculation. At issue was the creation of a Transfer Marketplace where season ticket holders could sell or transfer renewal rights to other interested buyers. Mr. Tatos issued an expert report and gave deposition testimony in this matter.
The putative class is a group of former and current hospital employees alleging a series of wage and hour violations, including (i) underpaid overtime, (ii) missed breaks, (iii) invalid rounding, (iv) inaccurate wage statements. Dr. Brian Kriegler’s analyzed timekeeping and payroll data to calculate classwide damages. He testified twice in deposition. The case settled after the court’s…
A class of approximately 6,500 independent truck stops alleged that Comdata Inc., the leading trucker fleet payment card issuer, engaged in anticompetitive conduct that caused independent truck stops to pay artificially inflated transaction fees. Plaintiffs alleged that Comdata imposed anticompetitive anti-steering provisions in its agreements with independent truck stops, and that three national…
Owners of Ford Focus automobiles alleged the cars suffered from excessive tire wear due to a suspension defect. Econ One and Prof Leamer reviewed analyses of vehicle auction data, warranty data, crash data, and third-party fleet data by opposing experts to assess evidence of whether or not there was a product defect.
The plaintiff class was a group of former and current employees for an oil drilling company in Central California. They alleged that they were (i) not paid for all hours worked (ii) underpaid for overtime, and (iii) not provided will all earned meal and rest periods. Econ One was retained by counsel for the plaintiffs to (i) analyze Golden State Drilling’s timekeeping and payroll records, (i…