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Maronick Associates
Baltimore, Maryland
5911 Charlesmead Rd.,, 21212


Contact:  Thomas J. Maronick, DBA, JD
www.adexpert.net
410-435-8387 Or Toll Free
maronick@verizon.net
5911 Charlesmead Rd.,
Baltimore, Maryland 21212

Contact:  Thomas J. Maronick, DBA, JD
www.adexpert.net
410-435-8387
maronick@verizon.net
Dr. Thomas J. Maronick, DBA, JD is the former Director of the Office of Impact Evaluation in the Bureau of Consumer Protection at the Federal Trade Commission. He was the in-house marketing and advertising expert for all Divisions of the Bureau of Consumer Protection for over 16 years.
Information:  
Advertising,  Consumer Products,  False Accusations,  Labels and Warnings,  Marketing,  Multi Level Affiliate Marketing,  Product Liability,  Product Warnings,  Surveys and Assessments,  Trademark, 


Dr. Thomas J. Maronick, DBA, JD is the former Director of the Office of Impact Evaluation in the Bureau of Consumer Protection at the Federal Trade Commission. He was the in-house marketing and advertising expert for all Divisions of the Bureau of Consumer Protection for over 16 years.

Forensic Human Factors, LLC
Columbus, Ohio
100 E Campus View Blvd, Suite 250, 43235


Contact:  Kevin A. Rider, PhD, PE
www.fhfexperts.com
734-864-2973 Or Toll Free
krider@fhfexperts.com
100 E Campus View Blvd, Suite 250
Columbus, Ohio 43235

Contact:  Kevin A. Rider, PhD, PE
www.fhfexperts.com
734-864-2973
krider@fhfexperts.com
Forensic Human Factors, LLC provides expert services nationwide, in human factors, industrial engineering, and workplace safety in litigation and consulting arenas. We investigate motor vehicle collisions (incl. pedestrians, bicyclists, trucks and trains), premises liability (slips, trips, falls, stairways and walkways), and the adequacy of product instructions and warnings. In addition, we have specific expertise in driver behavior, attention and distraction, biomechanics, and ergonomics.
Information:  
Human Factors,  Industrial Engineering,  Labels and Warnings,  Motor Vehicles,  Premises Liability, 


Forensic Human Factors, LLC provides expert services nationwide, in human factors, industrial engineering, and workplace safety in litigation and consulting arenas. We investigate motor vehicle collisions (incl. pedestrians, bicyclists, trucks and trains), premises liability (slips, trips, falls, stairways and walkways), and the adequacy of product instructions and warnings. In addition, we have specific expertise in driver behavior, attention and distraction, biomechanics, and ergonomics.

J.M. Miller Engineering, Inc.
Ann Arbor, Michigan
2392 Fuller Court, 48105


Contact:  Adam Olshve
www.millerengineering.com
734-662-6822 Or Toll Free
miller@millerengineering.com
2392 Fuller Court
Ann Arbor, Michigan 48105

Contact:  Adam Olshve
www.millerengineering.com
734-662-6822
miller@millerengineering.com
Dr. Miller is an Emeritus Professor at the University of Michigan College of Engineering and a registered professional engineer and consultant with over 30 years of experience as an engineering expert witness. He specializes in warnings, labeling and instruction manuals, consumer product design, machine guarding, process safety, fire science, vehicle visibility, tractor egress/ingress, pedestrian and worker slip and fall prevention, COF testing, recreational vehicle safety (boats, ATVs and personal watercraft), compliance with occupational safety and consumer safety standards (OSHA, MSDS, ANSI, ASTM, UL, CPSC).
Miller Engineering has a staff of engineers and experts in the Mechanical, Chemical, Agriculture, Industrial, and Human Factors Engineering.
Dr. Miller has recently authored a chapter titled Hazard Communication Compliance in the Safety Engineering Handbook for ASSE. Dr. Miller has authored five books on the topic of Warnings and Safety Instructions and hundreds of journal articles. He is also currently a committee member of the ASTM Technical Committee F15 on Consumer Products.
Dr. Miller’s experience includes the following: Bachelor of Mechanical Engineering (1963), M.B.A. (1965), and Ph.D. in Industrial Engineering (1971), Ohio State University. Owens-Corning Fiberglass (1964-1967): Corporate Methods Engineer. The University of Michigan (1970-present): Industrial and Operations Engineering (IOE) Professor, teaching courses in human factors/ergonomics, safety, engineering law, and labor relations. U.S. Department of Labor (1975-1977): Special Assistant for Safety, Assistant Secretary of Labor.
Information:  
Accident Investigations,  Accident Reconstruction,  Agricultural Engineering,  Construction Safety,  Consumer Products,  Ergonomics,  Fire and Explosions,  Forklifts,  Human Factors,  Industrial Accidents,  Labels and Warnings,  Mechanical Engineering,  OSHA,  Personal Injury,  Slip, Trip, and Fall,  Toxic Exposures,  Toy Safety Design,  Transportation, 


Dr. Miller is an Emeritus Professor at the University of Michigan College of Engineering and a registered professional engineer and consultant with over 30 years of experience as an engineering expert witness. He specializes in warnings, labeling and instruction manuals, consumer product design, machine guarding, process safety, fire science, vehicle visibility, tractor egress/ingress, pedestrian and worker slip and fall prevention, COF testing, recreational vehicle safety (boats, ATVs and personal watercraft), compliance with occupational safety and consumer safety standards (OSHA, MSDS, ANSI, ASTM, UL, CPSC).
Miller Engineering has a staff of engineers and experts in the Mechanical, Chemical, Agriculture, Industrial, and Human Factors Engineering.
Dr. Miller has recently authored a chapter titled Hazard Communication Compliance in the Safety Engineering Handbook for ASSE. Dr. Miller has authored five books on the topic of Warnings and Safety Instructions and hundreds of journal articles. He is also currently a committee member of the ASTM Technical Committee F15 on Consumer Products.
Dr. Miller’s experience includes the following: Bachelor of Mechanical Engineering (1963), M.B.A. (1965), and Ph.D. in Industrial Engineering (1971), Ohio State University. Owens-Corning Fiberglass (1964-1967): Corporate Methods Engineer. The University of Michigan (1970-present): Industrial and Operations Engineering (IOE) Professor, teaching courses in human factors/ergonomics, safety, engineering law, and labor relations. U.S. Department of Labor (1975-1977): Special Assistant for Safety, Assistant Secretary of Labor.

The AquaMarine Group, Inc.
Redding, Connecticut
148 Gallows Hill Rd, 06896-1409


Contact:  Timothy A. Anderson, MS, MBA
www.aquamarinegroup.com
203-938-0378 Or Toll Free 203-241-5864
timothy.anderson@aquamarinegroup.com
148 Gallows Hill Rd
Redding, Connecticut 06896-1409

Contact:  Timothy A. Anderson, MS, MBA
www.aquamarinegroup.com
203-938-0378 Or Toll Free 203-241-5864
timothy.anderson@aquamarinegroup.com
I am a former FDA Review Chemist, with > 30 years of career experience in pharmaceutical R&D, Quality Operations and Regulatory Affairs. For 20+ years as a consultant in my own pharmaceutical development advisory firm, I have furnished clients with services ranging from providing regulatory application filing strategies specialized in Chemistry and Manufacturing Controls, to current Good Manufacturing Practice (cGMP) quality system regulation (QSR) audits for finished dosage, and active pharmaceutical ingredient (API) manufacturing, as well as for device, drug-device combination, and biologic products. Technical and regulatory compliance due diligence services are furnished to institutional investors. I have contributed to regulatory approvals for over 50 drug and drug/device applications, spanning generic (ANDA) and innovator NDA, BLA, 510(k), PMA, and 505(b)(2) applications, and have provided regulatory compliance remediation services to resolve Form 483, Warning Letter, and Consent Decree issues. I have been deposed and functioned as a Subject Matter Expert Witness in both Federal and State jurisdictions, for class action and individual cases, and I have opined on behalf of Plaintiffs and Defendants. Main phone 203-938-0378, Cell phone 203-241-5864. LinkedIn profile www.linkedin.com/in/aquamarinegroupinc/ E-mail timothy.anderson@aquamarinegroup.com
Information:  
Biomedical and Biomechanical Injury Analysis,  Chemistry,  Labels and Warnings,  Medical Devices,  Pharmaceuticals, 


I am a former FDA Review Chemist, with > 30 years of career experience in pharmaceutical R&D, Quality Operations and Regulatory Affairs. For 20+ years as a consultant in my own pharmaceutical development advisory firm, I have furnished clients with services ranging from providing regulatory application filing strategies specialized in Chemistry and Manufacturing Controls, to current Good Manufacturing Practice (cGMP) quality system regulation (QSR) audits for finished dosage, and active pharmaceutical ingredient (API) manufacturing, as well as for device, drug-device combination, and biologic products. Technical and regulatory compliance due diligence services are furnished to institutional investors. I have contributed to regulatory approvals for over 50 drug and drug/device applications, spanning generic (ANDA) and innovator NDA, BLA, 510(k), PMA, and 505(b)(2) applications, and have provided regulatory compliance remediation services to resolve Form 483, Warning Letter, and Consent Decree issues. I have been deposed and functioned as a Subject Matter Expert Witness in both Federal and State jurisdictions, for class action and individual cases, and I have opined on behalf of Plaintiffs and Defendants. Main phone 203-938-0378, Cell phone 203-241-5864. LinkedIn profile www.linkedin.com/in/aquamarinegroupinc/ E-mail timothy.anderson@aquamarinegroup.com

Michael T. Motley, Ph.D. Professor Emeritus, University of CA at DavisExpert Witness In Communication
Davis, California
, 95616


Contact:  Michael T. Motley
www.motleyexpert.com/HOME_PAGE.html
707-528-2946 Or Toll Free
mtmotley@ucdavis.edu
Professor Emeritus, University of CA at DavisExpert Witness In Communication

Davis, California 95616

Contact:  Michael T. Motley
www.motleyexpert.com/HOME_PAGE.html
707-528-2946
mtmotley@ucdavis.edu
I provide expert opinion on the likely and reasonable interpretations of messages – for example, warning labels, instructions, disclaimers, liability clauses, contracts, sexual resistance or consent messages, and so forth – in situations involving ambiguity, disputed interpretations, or questions of communicative adequacy.
Information:  
Communications Analysis,  Labels and Warnings,  Product Liability,  Product Warnings, 


I provide expert opinion on the likely and reasonable interpretations of messages – for example, warning labels, instructions, disclaimers, liability clauses, contracts, sexual resistance or consent messages, and so forth – in situations involving ambiguity, disputed interpretations, or questions of communicative adequacy.

Biomedical Regulatory Consulting
Houston, Texas
9203 Hwy 6 South, Ste. 124-326, 77083


Contact:  R. William Soller, PhD, President
BioMedRegulatory.com
713-380-7146 Or Toll Free
rwsoller@biomedreg.com
9203 Hwy 6 South, Ste. 124-326
Houston, Texas 77083

Contact:  R. William Soller, PhD, President
BioMedRegulatory.com
713-380-7146
rwsoller@biomedreg.com
Dr. Bill Soller, Principal - sollerphd.com, provides expert witness services in medical malpractice and pharmaceutical liability cases relating to drug safety. He has a national reputation with thirty years of industry and academic research experience working with FDA on all aspects of drug efficacy, safety, and labeling, His expertise spans product safety, pharmacoepidemiology, effectiveness of drug labeling, regulatory science, and health policy. He has worked on numerous drug safety issues relating to drug-induced allergy (SJS, TEN, DRESS), liver toxicity, kidney failure, adrenal suppression, glaucoma, cataract and others. He has experience with depositions and jury trial testimony.
Information:  
Labels and Warnings,  Medical Devices,  Medical Malpractice,  Pharmaceuticals,  Pharmacology, 


Dr. Bill Soller, Principal - sollerphd.com, provides expert witness services in medical malpractice and pharmaceutical liability cases relating to drug safety. He has a national reputation with thirty years of industry and academic research experience working with FDA on all aspects of drug efficacy, safety, and labeling, His expertise spans product safety, pharmacoepidemiology, effectiveness of drug labeling, regulatory science, and health policy. He has worked on numerous drug safety issues relating to drug-induced allergy (SJS, TEN, DRESS), liver toxicity, kidney failure, adrenal suppression, glaucoma, cataract and others. He has experience with depositions and jury trial testimony.