About Us

We advise plaintiff and defense attorneys across the country regarding evaluations of economic damages. We are dedicated to accurately and fairly calculating economic damages and to creating long-term relationships with the attorneys we work for.

Our network consists of university-affiliated Ph.D. economists, who are vetted for the necessary credentials as experts in the field of economic damages, and who are poised, passionate, and articulate professors.

We provide you the benefits of an academic as your expert, with the accessibility of a full-time office. And unlike expert witness finder services, we do not charge a finder fee.

Spotlighted Economists

Scott Angelius
Scott Angelius
Knoxville, TN

Scott Angelius has over 20 years of experience providing economic litigation support. From 2001 to 2016 he worked for EmployStats as the lead damages analyst. He has consulted on hundreds of lawsuits involving economic damages and has extensive expertise in analyzing robust datasets, managing complex projects, and training analysts.

Scott graduated from the University of Texas, Austin in 2001 with a bachelor's degree in Economics and focuses in Math, Philosophy, and Business. He is a member of the National Association of Forensic Economics.

Scott is also an award-winning swing dancer, teacher, and event director.

Marianne Wanamaker
Marianne Wanamaker, Ph.D.
Knoxville, TN

Marianne Wanamaker is the Executive Director of the Howard H. Baker Jr. Center for Public Policy at the University of Tennessee, and is a former associate professor of economics at the University of Tennessee. She is the former chief domestic economist at the White House Council of Economic Advisers, where she also served as the senior labor economist. Dr. Wanamaker currently serves on the board of Three Roots Capital. She has been performing economic valuations for personal injury, wrongful death, and employment cases since 2016.

Dr. Wanamaker is a graduate of Vanderbilt University (B.A., 2001) and Northwestern University (M.A., Ph.D., 2009).