Quinn Emanuel is an 800-attorney business litigation firm with 22 offices around the globe, each devoted solely to business litigation and arbitration. With an 88% win rate at trial and arbitration, Quinn Emanuel has obtained over $60 billion for its clients when representing plaintiffs, and saved them multiples more in defense. The firm is consistently recognized among the best in the world, and has been named to the "Fearsome Foursome" (i.e., the four firms general counsel “view as the most fearsomely competent litigators and the ones they least wish to see on the other side of the table” five times).
In 1977, professors, Dr. James T. McClave and Dr. Thomas P. Rothrock developed the first computerized methods for detecting collusive behavior in sealed bid markets through statistical and economic consulting services for the Florida Attorney General. Consequently, Info Tech ® became the pioneer in computerized techniques for detecting fraudulent business behavior in various industries.
The consulting business of Info Tech ® continues to provides expert testimony in the analysis of statistics, economics and econometrics in areas of antitrust, labor and employment discrimination and healthcare fraud among other litigation areas.
Led by President Dr. Jamie Baldwin and founder Dr. James T. McClave, the consulting business of Info Tech ® is nationally known for its unmatched ability to apply the scientific method to generate clear and professional services. Simple graphical depiction and concise explanation of complex concepts makes Info Tech ® Consulting work invaluable to clients.
Adam Wolfson is a partner in Quinn Emanuel’s Los Angeles office whose practice focuses on both plaintiff and defense-side representations in high-stakes complex commercial and intellectual property disputes. Adam has extensive experience in all types of complex litigation, with a particular focus in cases involving antitrust law, class actions, unfair competition, trade secret misappropriation, and patent and copyright infringement.
Dr. Robert Kneuper is an Expert Economist at Info Tech, Inc. and has a Ph.D. in Applied Economics from Clemson University. Dr. Kneuper also serves as an adjunct professor at Charleston Southern University, where he teaches courses in managerial economics and corporate finance. Dr. Kneuper also has taught antitrust economics at Loyola University Chicago School of Law.
Dr. Kneuper spent over 10 years analyzing antitrust matters at the FTC where he worked extensively on a wide variety of antitrust matters. As a consultant, Dr. Kneuper has worked on numerous antitrust class action cases including price fixing cases and “pay for delay” cases.
Dr. Kneuper consults on a wide variety of applied economic and applied finance topics such as antitrust, damages, class certification, intellectual property, and regulation. His work spans a wide variety of industries including financial markets, health care, pharmaceuticals, insurance, energy, media, entertainment, transportation, real estate, internet, sports, gaming, aerospace, defense, waste collection, retail and consumer products.