Prof. Nozer Singpurwalla

Prof. Nozer Singpurwalla

Prof. Nozer Singpurwalla earned his MS from Rutgers University and PhD from New York University. He is an active member of the American Association for the Advancement of Science, American Statistical Association and the Institute of Mathematical Statistics. He has published over 200 peer-reviewed articles in the statistics field and has also published 2 books on reliability. He previously served as the director of the Institute for Reliability and Risk Analysis and as a statistics professor at George Washington University. Currently, he is the chair professor of data science at a university in Hong Kong.

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n*******@g***.edu

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Arlington, Virginia

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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.

Harlin Parker

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