Cases in the News
Economists at the Center for Forensic Economic Studies have provided analysis and testimony in many prominent cases. Several of the newsworthy matters in which the Center has been retained include:
Estate of Brian Bradley, involving a death by lightning at an Atlantic City casino.
Megan Petry, the college student who fell six stories from a dormitory balcony.
The wrongful conviction suit brought by Michael Clancy, the Bronx, NY resident wrongfully convicted of murder and exonerated by DNA evidence.
V-Tech Services, Inc v. Milton Street, a suit brought by an airport-services contractor against Milton Street, the brother of former Philadelphia Mayor John Street.
Claims to the 911 Victims Compensation Fund.
Lawsuits brought in the U.S. by victims of the 1998 bombings in Nairobi, Kenya.
Lawsuits brought in the U.S. for the American victims from the 1985 Rome Airport terrorist attacks.
Marks v. Stinson, the voter-fraud case involving a Pennsylvania state senate race.
Estate of Jessica Savitch, the first female national news anchor.