Experience and Innovation — Two Pillars of Info Tech Consulting

In the consulting world, experience is essential. One of the defining pillars of our team is our 500+ years combined experience.  Every case provides an opportunity to add to our wealth of knowledge. With the creation of ever-increasing amounts of data, innovation continues to be an equally important component of our service. In October, Info…

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  1. Goal Setting: A Way of Life

    I am a self-admitted goal-setting addict. My addiction began in my early thirties when I listened to the motivational tapes – yep, back then we listened to tapes on our car tape players – of Earl Nightingale. “You become what you think about” was Earl’s primary thesis, and it resonated with me. So, I began…

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  2. Advantages to Modeling

    What questions can be answered with statistical modeling? We say, “All of them!” And our colleagues around the world agree. Want to know what basketball team will win March Madness this year? Model it! Want to know if your bidders are acting competitively? Model it! Want to find out if our elections were hacked? Model…

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  3. Life After Actavis

    As we head into 2019, there have been a wide variety of court decisions in pay for delay antitrust cases since the 2013 Actavis Supreme Court decision. These decisions grapple with key economic and legal issues such as causation, antitrust injury and ascertainability. One of the central economic questions in these cases involves the economic…

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  4. Pay For Delay Debate Post Actavis Decision

    Since the Supreme Court’s decision in Actavis (2013), there have been many “pay for delay” class action suits with a wide variety of legal outcomes.  Given the emphasis in the Actavis decision on the size of the reverse payment, many Court decisions in this area have involved how to evaluate the relationship between the type…

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  5. In the Beginning…

    Forty years ago when I founded Info Tech, I had no concept of what it might take to lead a company.  My only real job had been teaching and doing research as a member of UF’s Statistics Department.  I loved my job, particularly the teaching part, but there was no leadership involved, unless one counts…

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