Mr. Tim Osby

Mr. Tim Osby

Mr. Tim Osby has over 15 years of experience in the docking industry. He obtained his BA in engineering and economics at Dartmouth College and his MBA in management at NYU Stern School of Business. Formerly, this expert served as the vice president of investment banking at Morgan Keenan & Company, and then as senior vice president in investment banking at Wells Fargo. Currently, he serves as a co-founder of a docking manufacturing company in Georiga.

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Atlanta, Georgia

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Using Expert Radar, we uncovered a textbook chapter written by the opposing expert that contradicted his testimony, helping us secure a $44 million verdict—the largest single verdict for a single plaintiff in Kentucky's history.

Mark Alcott, Esq.

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