IMS Insights Podcast: Episode 3- Monitoring Antitrust Matters in the World of Data Sharing
July 2, 2019
In this episode of the IMS Insights Podcast, we sit down with Dr. Edwin Hernandez—an expert in our network. Dr. Hernandez discusses the growing industry of cloud computing and data sharing, as well as potential litigation roadblocks these industries may face in the future.
IMS Insights Podcast: Episode 2- The Future of STEM and Aerospace Engineering
June 12, 2019
In this episode, we sit down with Dr. Magdy Attia—a professor of Aerospace Engineering at Embry Riddle Aeronautical University. Dr. Attia discusses the current state of the STEM industries, and the future of where the industries are going, along with potential litigation roadblocks for these industries.
IMS Insights Podcast: Episode 1- An Aerospace Engineering Expert Witness’s Best Practices
June 6, 2019
In this episode of IMS Insights Podcast, we sit down with a professor of Aerospace Engineering at Embry Riddle Aeronautical University and long-time subject matter expert with trial experience—Dr. Magdy Attia. Our discussion centers around the aerospace engineering industry, as well as best practices of an expert witness in complex commercial litigation.
Where is the Bull Running to for the Legal Market and for Your Practice?
April 26, 2019
Recently, several top experts shared perspectives on potential implications of the historic stock market bull run for the legal industry in general, and for litigators specifically, as they seek to advance their practices and support their clients’ needs.
The Weight of the Bull on Tomorrow’s Litigation
April 12, 2019
To provide a unique perspective on the historic bull run of the U.S. stock market, IMS ExpertServices recently interviewed several top experts in banking, finance, economics, and securities to share their thoughts and professional insights.
Disruption and Opportunity: 5G’s Impact on Counsel and the Commercial Litigation Community?
April 12, 2019
The implementation of 5G will be the next major evolution in wireless communications, propelling the development of Internet of Things (IoT) and the infrastructure needed to sustain it. These innovations will likely lead to intense competition among new businesses and disrupt existing ones.