Litigation support by a laboratory expert often involves intellectual property matters such as a patent litigation or a trade secret dispute. A laboratory expert might also provide testimony in a medical case that requires toxicology expertise. Additionally, laboratory testing of evidence, for example DNA evidence, can be pivotal in assisting law enforcement with a crime scene investigation. In a high-profile case, or litigation involving a significant financial stake, a law firm may require a subject matter expert with prior expert testimony experience. Clients may also seek an experienced laboratory professional for pre-litigation consulting work.
Litigation support services by a laboratory expert witness could include failure analysis, reverse engineering, DNA testing, expert report preparation, deposition, expert opinion, and/or courtroom testimony.
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The below expert witness bios represent a small fraction of those Laboratory experts known by Cahn Litigation Services. These bios are provided to give attorneys a sense of the Laboratory landscape.
This expert is a Professor, having a joint appointment in the Department of Electrical Engineering and the Department of Management Science & Engineering. This expert heads a Network Architecture and Performance Engineering research group, conducting research in wireless network architectures, the Internet infrastructure, packet switching, network management and information service engineering. This expert's current technology research interests include high-performance networking, autonomic computing, and service engineering. This expert's methodological interests are in network control, online task scheduling, queueing systems and stochastic processing networks.
This expert has written nearly three hundred papers and journal articles on media streaming over wireless links and mobile.
This expert has graduated over 20 Ph.D. students, who are now at leadership positions in academia and the information technology industry or have become successful entrepreneurs.
This expert is on the Editorial Boards of several research journals and serves on various international technical committees and review panels for networking research and information technologies. This expert has been serving on the boards of various start-up companies, consults on high technology development and management matters, and has served as lead expert witness in high-profile patent litigation cases in networking and computing.
An experienced expert witness in litigation, this expert has participated as the lead witness in high-profile patent litigation cases involving networking and computing over twenty-five times. This expert has been deposed over ten times, testified in court and written numerous expert reports for both plaintiff and defendant.
This expert is a highly educated mechanical/textile engineer with experience in industry and academia. This expert holds a Bachelor of Textile Engineering, a Master of Science in Textile Technology, and a Doctor of Science in the field of mechanical engineering. This expert has been a faculty member of a School of Textile Engineering, a senior engineering researcher, Dean of Engineering and Textiles, Executive Dean for Research and was Dean for Science, Technology, Engineering and Mathematics (STEM). This expert currently is Professor of Engineering and Director for Undergraduate Affairs in a College of Engineering.
This expert was a Principal Investigator for a military Laboratory for Engineered Human Protection where this expert led a research team in the development of a new class of chemical protective garments for soldiers. This expert testified to the US Senate Subcommittee of Consumer Protection, Product safety and Insurance on the subject of apparel product safety. This expert established an Institute for Textile and Apparel Product Safety, a Biomedical Textile Structures Laboratory, and a Composites Institute for Education and Research.
This expert has extensive expert witness experience in all phases of patent litigation, including IPR, and is in very high demand.
This expert is a professor of Aerospace Engineering and Rotorcraft Design, and a Director of a Center of Excellence in Rotorcraft Technology. This expert initiated a School of AE graduate program in Aerospace
Systems Design and started an Aerospace Systems Design Laboratory. This expert established an Integrated Product Lifecycle Engineering Laboratory. This expert has extensive expertise in the design and development of complex systems. This expert served as an aviator, engineer, manager and senior executive with the U.S. Army Aviation Systems Command. As a dynamics, vibrations and aeroelasticity engineer this expert served as the Army's expert in these areas during the design and development of all the Army's major aviation systems, the UH-60 Black Hawk, the AH-64 Apache, the C H-47D Chinook, and the OH-58D Kiowa Warrior, as well as major upgrades to Army Aviation fixed wing aircraft, such as the R U-21D, and OV-1D Mohawk. In addition, this expert served as the dynamics evaluator and technical area chief on Army Aviation Major Source Selection Evaluation Boards that led to the development of these systems. This expert oversaw the airworthiness qualification efforts for all new and upgraded Army aviation systems and provided engineering support to the program managers on these systems. This expert oversaw the Command's Science and Technology program, and led the concept development of new systems.
This expert also served on a temporary assignment as the Chief Scientist for the Army's Combined Arms Center and was an active duty Army aviator and commander and Field Artillery battery commander. This expert is the author or co-author of several book chapters and more than 200 technical publications in the fields of dynamics and aeroelasticity, flight mechanics and controls, aerospace systems design, and Integrated Product and Process Development. This expert is both an AHS and an AIAA Fellow, and a member of the American Society of Engineering Educators.
This expert's multidisciplinary expertise and many years of broad technical experience cross-cuts fields of electrical engineering, optics, materials engineering, and physical sciences. From an electrical engineering perspective, this expert has extensive experience in solar cells, light-emitting diodes and displays, capacitors, memories, transistors, sensors, and circuits. This expert's materials background includes organic and inorganic semiconductors, metals, nanomaterials, biomaterials, thin-films, and material interfaces. This expert specializes in device physics, materials and thin-film processing, device fabrication, improving functional performance, analyzing failures, and understanding process-structure-property-performance relationships across material, component, device, and system levels. This expert's characterization tool skill-set includes a wide range of electrical, optical, microscopic, and spectroscopic techniques.
Prior to becoming a consultant, this expert was a university professor as head of the Nano Architectonics and Organic Electronics Laboratory, and also worked a National Laboratory. During this period, this expert developed new materials processing approaches and optical architectures to improve efficiency of thin-film solar cells. This expert's photovoltaic material expertise includes conjugated polymers/molecules, cadmium telluride, perovskite, and silicon material systems. This expert also made multiple contributions in the area of defect characterization in semiconductor thin-films. Other key works include projects on titania based memory devices, optical and bio(chemical) sensors, organic thin-film transistors, organic light-emitting displays, and photonic components such as waveguides, anti-reflection coatings, transparent electrodes, and plasmonic structures. For characterization purposes, this expert has extensively utilized a wide range of electrical, optical, microscopic, and spectroscopic techniques. During doctoral studies, this expert worked with materials such as organic semiconductors, quantum dots, carbon nanotubes, nanotemplates, and biomolecules on developing functional hybrids and embodiments pertinent to consumer electronics, nanotechnology, and biotechnology.
This expert has assisted clients in developing metrology solutions for opto-electronic thin-films, investigating performance bottlenecks in solar cells, and characterizing new synthetic materials for consumer electronic device applications. This expert has also consulted for edtech clients and has experience teaching courses on electric circuits, semiconductor materials and devices, flexible electronics, and energy systems. This expert has published 50 peer-reviewed research articles in top international journals and presented work in major international conferences. This expert has received several awards and honors, including the nationally prestigious US National Science Foundation CAREER Award.
Most of this expert's consulting work is non-litigation failure and design, however, this expert is currently working as the testifying expert on an unrelated solar matter. This expert has written expert reports.
This expert holds a BS in Mechanical Engineering and a PhD in Electrical Engineering, and serves as Professor and Chair of Electrical Engineering as well as Director of a Transportation Electronics Laboratory. This expert is also a Professional Engineer (P.E.), and leads a highly successful, internationally recognized consultancy specializing in forensic electrical and software engineering in automotive and transportation systems.
This expert held positions with major industrial companies, and served as a Director of the Alternative Fuels Laboratory at a Research Institute. This expert has published over 125 technical journal and conference papers and serves on the editorial review boards of four journals. This expert's consulting firm focuses on electronic analysis and data extraction in support of automotive intellectual property expert witness services, lemon law investigation and documentation, and product evaluation for safety, performance or compliance with specifications.
This expert has extensive automotive electronics experience: academic research, hands on projects and IP/ IPR EE cases. This expert has faced the challenges of EM noise intrusion in the automotive environment and SOTA EM shielding and other methods to improve signal to noise ratio.
This expert has many years of microbiology experience including practical proficiencies in pharmaceutical, biotech, medical device research and development, manufacturing quality and business development. This expert also brings to the table practical experience as a microbiology expert witness in patent litigation and product liability cases. This expert has successfully served as a microbiology expert witness on numerous cases, representing branded and generic drug companies, corporations and individuals, plaintiffs and defendants. This expert has supported clients during fact finding/expert discovery and claim construction in addition to providing consultation, patent review, expert opinion, deposition and trial testimony. This expert has also provided technical guidance to counsel in preparation of taking depositions.
This expert has significant education, training, skill sets and experience, and has provided legal support as a consultant and expert witness in many areas, including:
This expert’s capabilities span a wide range of applications and functions, including, but not limited to:
This expert holds an M.A.Sc. and Ph.D. degrees, both in electrical engineering. This expert's research interests include conformal antennas, reconfigurable antennas, broadband structural load bearing antennas, metamaterials and metasurfaces, aircraft antennas and their coupling reduction, MIMO antennas, and wireless power transfer and wireless sensors. This expert's specific research interests are in the fields of: new active device (MEMS, GAN devices, varactors, VO2) integration with antennas and phase shifting structures; novel materials (structural composites, fabrics, liquid metal) and their exploitation to design antennas, DC bias networks, and power supply routes; 3D printing of metamaterials for antennas as well as radomes; RF heating or energy focusing using both low and high frequency techniques; the application of magnetic materials into RF structures for antennas, co-site interference reduction, and metamaterials; beamforming/MIMO in the handheld and base stations for 5G and beyond. This expert is the author/coauthor of over 160 publications and 8 US patents.
This expert has many years of academic and engineering experience and has experience as an expert witness in computer science, software development, network streaming media, embedded systems, enterprise software systems, digital signal processing for audio and music technology. This expert has sustained a long and successful career at the cutting edge of software development and system design using multiprocessor/multi-core architectures for signal processing and control. This expert has been a Software Architect for multiple projects at various companies, and has consulted for a long list of technology companies. This expert provides computer technology consulting, software engineering, and litigation support to high-technology companies, internationally.
This expert has testified before the International Trade Commission, and before a jury in Federal Court, has testified at Markman claim construction hearings and Markman tutorials in Federal Court, been deposed over 10 times, and has authored more than 50 reports and declarations. Case types include patent, trademark infringement, copyright, trade secret misappropriation, and inequitable conduct. This expert has worked on complex international patent cases, and has provided expertise on such diverse areas as streaming media systems, handheld networked Personal Information Management (PIM) devices, enterprise email systems, software for factory automation, interactive databases, enterprise software for management of media libraries, MPEG audio compression, on-line gaming, composition systems, digital camera hardware and software, digital audio hardware and software technologies, compilers, file systems, operating systems, and more.
This expert has worked for companies that interfaced between portable and nonportable devices for sharing information and resources. Additionally, this expert has testified on matters regarding the protocol for having a portable device direct music to be transmitted to a sound system wirelessly.
This expert has published widely in various juried journals, and has authored three books including a two-volume text on the mathematics of music, and a collection of articles on artificial neural networks and music research. This expert taught graduate and undergraduate courses in computer science and digital audio, conducted computer systems research for digital audio, designed and built several networked digital media computer laboratories.
This expert has served as an expert witness and consultant in several leading Intellectual Property and Patent Litigation cases (both ITC 337 proceedings and Federal Circuit). This expert has reviewed and analyzed software and hardware designs through source code analysis for pre/post-litigation phases.
This expert obtained a B. Tech (Hons) in ECE, and a Ph.D. in EECS. This expert has served as a Teaching Assistant, a Research Assistant, and as an Instructor. This expert has received multiple awards for contributions to electrical engineering. This expert is a Professor of Electrical and Computer Engineering. This expert has been active in the areas of digital signal processing, computer engineering, services science, system-level design methodologies & tools, and software systems, and has been a PI or co-PI in several active research programs.
This expert has authored, co-authored, or edited several books, and has been an active consultant to the industry and various research laboratories, and has founded companies in the areas of embedded software, military chipsets, and wireless communications. This expert has supervised the PhD dissertations of over twenty engineers in the areas of DSP, communications, rapid prototyping, and system-level design methodology, of which five have resulted in thesis prizes or paper awards.