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  • Joanna Moss Ph.D

    5 Montrose Road
    Berkeley, CA 94707-

    Phone: (510) 527-9333
    Fax: (510) 315-3182
    Email: joannagmoss@yahoo.com

    Specialties
    Analysis of economic losses in personal injury, wrongful death and wrongful termination. Expertise in calculation of damages include lost earnings and benefits analyses, household services, life care plans, future expenses, and pension losses. 30 years of experience as an expert witness in economics providing trial testimony throughout California in state and federal court as well as in arbitrations.
    Degrees/Licenses
    B.A., M.A., Ph.D. in Economics.
    Previous/Current Position
    Professor Emerita, Department of Economics, San Francisco State University, May 2014 – Present, Full Professor Department of Economics, San Francisco State University, 1989-2013, Associate Professor, Sept. 1984 – Aug. 1989; Assistant Professor, Department of Economics, San Francisco State University Sept. 1979 – Aug. 1984, Lecturer, Department of Economics, San Francisco State University, Jan. 1976 – August 1979.
    Prof. Affil.
    National Association of Forensic Economists, American Economics Association, Western Regional Science Association
    Publications
    Globalization and Free Trade, Foreward Facts on File, Infobase Learning Company, 2012 Trade in the Americas From NAFTA to Bilateralism," in International Economics and International Economic Policy, 5th edition, McGraw Hill, 2008. Economic Developments during NAFTA’s First Decade,"in International Economics and International Economic Policy, 4th edition, McGraw Hill, 2004. NAFTA Agreement, the First Five Years," in International Economics and International Economic Policy, 3rd edition, McGraw Hill, 2000. The North American Free Trade Agreement: Pros and Cons," Western Economics Association Meetings, San Francisco, July 1992. Trade Diversification in Black Africa," (Journal of Modern African Studies, (Volume 27, Number 3, Cambridge University Press, 1989). "The Evolution of Trade Under the Lome Convention: The First Ten Years," EEC and the Third World: A Survey 6,(Overseas Development Institute, Hodder & Stoughton, London, England, 1987). Emerging Japanese Economic Influence in Africa (Institute of International Studies, University of California, Berkeley, 1985). "Trade Between the ACP and EEC During Lome I," EEC and the Third World: A Survey 3, (Overseas Development Institute, Hodder & Stoughton, London, England, 1983). The Lome Conventions and their Implications for the United States (Westview Press, 1982).
    Prior Expert
    Over 30 years of expert experience in forensic economics performing hundreds of economic evaluations, damage assessments, measurement of economic losses including loss income and benefits as well as evaluations of life care plans and future care needs as it pertains to personal injury, wrongful death, medical malpractice, wrongful termination, labor and maritime related actions throughout California in State and Federal court as well as in arbitrations. As a professor of economics, I am an experienced speaker who has testified as an expert witness on numerous occasions in these legal court venues.
  • Gerald Roy Spencer PE
    Expert Witness and Forensic Engineer
    Spencer Engineers, Inc.

    4635 Southwest Freeway, Suite 900
    Houston, TX 77027-7104

    Phone: (713) 621-2482
    Alternate: (800) 383-9685
    Fax: (713) 621-3956
    Email: gspencer@spencerae.com
    www.spencerae.com

    Specialties
    Expert Witness and Forensic Engineer for HVAC, Electrical Power, Lighting, Medical Gases, Fuel and Plumbing Systems. Engineering Expert Construction Contract Administration Expert. Forensic Engineer for mechanical and electrical problems. Final US Government Construction Cost Estimating Expert and Damage Model Documentation Expert. Life Cycle Economic Cost Analysis Report Expert - Energy Consumption Analysis Expert.
    Degrees/Licenses
    P.E.
    Formal Education
    BS, Mechanical Engineering, Texas A&M, 1961.
    Reg/Lic
    Registered Professional Engineer (TX, IN, AZ); NCEES Certification No. 7447; Record of Professional Engineering Registration in 26 states.
    Previous/Current Position
    Spencer Engineers, Inc. 1971-present; Spencer & Associates, Consulting Engineers 1968-1971; Wyatt C. Hedrick Architects and Engineers, Inc. 1965-1968; Bernard Johnson Engineers, Inc. 1961-1965.
    Prof. Affil.
    Chairman, City of Houston Plumbing Code Review Board - 1970 - present; American Society of Heating Refrigerating and Air Conditioning Engineers - 1962 - present; American Society of Mechanical Engineers; Society of American Military Engineers; The Institute of Electrical and Electronic Engineers; National Fire Protection Association; American Society of Plumbing Engineers.
    Prior Expert
    Extensive experience as a multi-discipline design AE project manager and Engineer of Record (EOR) for more than 200 federal construction projects in the last 41 years. Has prepared more than 200 Final Government Construction cost estimates. Has extensive experience as the Mechanical and/or Electrical EOR for more than Metals/Metallurgy construction projects during the past 44 years.
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