Infotech and the Florida Opioids Trial

Yesterday, May 4, 2022, marked the end of a four-year project for Infotech Consulting. We were retained in 2018 by the Florida Attorney General’s office to work with them on a monumental case regarding the opioid epidemic that the State had brought against 12 defendants, ranging from opioid manufacturers to distributors to pharmacies dispensing the…

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  1. Seven Years: Life During Capacitor Class Action Litigation

    The superstition that a broken mirror brings seven years of bad luck stems from the Ancient Roman belief that the body renews itself every seven years and that any misfortunes would be remedied after that period of time had passed. I Googled to see if there was anything on the flip side of that coin…

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  2. Dr. Kevin Caves Provides “Critical” Economic Testimony in Successful Recovery of $75 Million from Alleged Medicaid Fraud

    Dr. Kevin Caves, who joined Infotech Consulting in early 2021, has brought a wealth of knowledge, expertise and experience to the team. Prior to joining Infotech Consulting, Dr. Caves provided expert testimony in United States ex rel. Streck v. Bristol-Myers Squibb, which proved critical to a favorable outcome for both his client and U.S. taxpayers. …

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  3. Dr. Edward See: Solving Challenges with Beautiful Precision

    “Anything that has exact measurements, I love. The fact that you can use Math and Statistics (especially Econometrics) to formulate solutions to economic problems amazes me.”  For Edward See, a Sr. Economic Analyst on the Infotech Consulting team, there is great beauty in precision.   “I love to test things in the kitchen – baking and…

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  4. Welcome Back To The Courthouse

    Last March, at the very beginning of what became a pandemic, we were in San Francisco where some of the first COVID-19 cases were showing up in the U.S. Our clients were in the midst of putting on their case in the Capacitors trial in front of a live jury in Federal Court in the…

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  5. Dr. Jim McClave: Innovation as the Origin

    Innovation is us. We don’t exist without innovation.  Hi I’m Jim McClave, and I am founder and CEO of Infotech.  Starting Something New  The thing about Infotech that was innovative from the time that my partner and I founded the company is that we were the first to use  statistical and computerized techniques to detect…

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  6. Dr. Caves’ Econometric Bond Pricing Analysis Among Expert Work Deemed “Essential” To Rapidly Securing $386.5 Million from World’s Largest Banks

    GSE Bonds Antitrust Litigation was a class action in which 16 of the world’s largest banks and financial institutions allegedly conspired to fix the prices of debt securities issued by government sponsored entities (“GSEs”), such as the Federal National Mortgage Association and the Federal Home Loan Mortgage Corporation. To fund operations critical to the financing…

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  7. The Intrigue of Econometrics: Dr. Kevin Caves’ Story

    “Economics was an elective at my high school but it sounded boring, so I elected not to take it.” Now a professional economist with decades of experience, published research, federal court testimony, and an econometric technique named after him in STATA, Infotech Consulting’s newest Economic Expert, Dr. Kevin Caves, didn’t start college with a plan…

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  8. Getting to Know Director of Data Management Paul Manning

    As the Director of Data Management and longtime analyst, Paul Manning is always looking at data, something that makes a decent amount of people go cross-eyed even hearing the term. But to him, it’s not just points on a graph.  It’s the details of all the different ways to describe carpet. It’s the recipe for…

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  9. How a Statistician Sets Goals: Dr. McClave’s 3 Principles

    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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