FDA Approvals, Controversial Therapeutics, and the Experts Needed for Litigation
Therapeutics are some of the most complicated, most regulated, and most litigated products existing in the market today. Any inconsistencies to the qualification and validation protocols of the product can cause undue harm, lasting damage, and unlimited claims of liability.
Case Study: Experts Needed for a Complex Commercial Arbitration Involving Wireless Communications
WIT was approached to provide expert witness services for a case involving a breach of contract. The matter required an expert in corporate governance and law, an expert in wireless communications, specifically in 5G technology, and an economist.
Insights & News
March 16, 2021 — Blog
An Increase in Claims for COVID-Related Insurance Coverage Expose Need for Insurance Policy Experts
Bad faith denials of coverage for claims under property & casualty, business interruption, virus exclusion, civil authority, and others have caused economic instability or fallout to small and large businesses across the globe.
February 24, 2021 — Blog
Epidemiology’s impact on COVID-related Business Interruption Disputes
Plaintiff and defense attorneys across industries from entertainment to manufacturing are assessing the damages incurred from the transmissive nature of the coronavirus—threatening the physical and mental health and safety of employees, employers, and consumers alike.
November 25, 2020 — Other Content
How Energy Impacts Innovation and Design
The pervasive spread of COVID-19 has caused worldwide disruption. We sat down with WIT mechatronics expert, Mahdi Shahbakhti, Ph.D., to broadly discuss his energy flow research and how that research influenced his work to minimize the transmission of COVID-19 within HVAC design and control.
August 27, 2020 — Archive
Adapting to a Changing Environment – Supply Chain Disruption, Part Two
The world is anxiously awaiting a vaccine for COVID-19. Once one has been developed, what distribution challenges will the world face? Read part two of our Q&A with WIT Supply Chain Expert, Dr. Robert Handfield, for insight on this question and more.
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