“ARPC is uniquely qualified to discuss the general econometric principles and best practices approaches that our experts have honed over the decades to address the full range of financial challenges and risk exposures,” said John Brophy, ARPC Partner.
Washington, DC (PRWEB) May 01, 2013
ARPC, a business advisory consulting firm offering economic, financial, statistical, business analytics and operational expertise to clients facing legal and business challenges, announced that Company Partner Thomas Vasquez, PhD, will participate on a panel during the National Law Journal’s Litigation Conference, “Navigating Fallout from Catastrophic Events” taking place here today at the University Club. His session will address critical communication and compensation challenges that emerged in large-scale disasters over the past decade such as the World Trade Center attack, the BP Oil Spill, Super Storm Sandy and most recently, the Boston terrorist bombing. Joining him in the discussion will be Francis McGovern, Professor of Law at Duke University, Lanny Davis, former White House Special Counsel and David Biester, general counsel for WTC Captive Insurance. ARPC is one of the event sponsors.
Dr. Vasquez will focus on the often conflicting challenges when a disaster strikes of providing financial relief to the injured parties quickly vs. the need to construct compensation algorithms that are equitable, consistent and delivered to the right people. He will discuss the added complexities when dealing with a major disaster where extremely immense numbers of people, businesses, assets and other variables – both tangible and intangible are involved. He will delve into the Company’s perspective on quantifying both present and long-term future economic impacts in such incidents.
“ARPC is adept at balancing speed and accuracy in developing sound econometric models that address massive datasets in high profile cases,” Dr. Vasquez explains. “I plan to discuss the various approaches we take and the methodologies ARPC employs to provide analyses that all sides in such major and costly disasters deem satisfactory.”
“ARPC is uniquely qualified to discuss the general econometric principles and best practice approaches that our experts have honed over the decades to address the full range of financial challenges and risk exposures in these complex legal matters,” said John Brophy, ARPC Partner. “We are privileged to be invited to share our experience with other prominent leaders in this area and to participate as a sponsor for this important litigation seminar,” he added.
ARPC is an economic and management consulting firm that provides statistical, econometric and financial analysis to clients facing complex legal and business challenges. For over 40 years, ARPC’s consultants have assisted law firms, corporations, governments and non-profit organizations in addressing their most serious economic and financial concerns in the courtroom, board room and marketplace. ARPC provides expert services in a wide variety of cases involving mass torts and product liability, antitrust, intellectual property, securities litigation, bankruptcy, and settlement administration. Our consulting depth includes a staff of highly skilled specialists with strong credentials in economics, finance, statistics, engineering, and epidemiological modeling. The Company headquarters are located in Washington, D.C. For more information, visit http://www.arpc.com
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