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Laura Craft

Laura Craft


University of California, BerkeleyMaster of Public Health

University of California, Hastings College of the LawJ.D.

University of California, Los AngelesB.A. (Cum Laude)

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Laura Craft is the President, Director of Healthcare Analytics, and a co-founder of OnPoint. She brings to her work more than thirty years of experience managing expert witnesses in a wide variety of disciplines, including economics, finance, banking, statistics, accounting, marketing, trading and market manipulation, medicine, drug development, biological sciences, and civil engineering. She has been responsible for coordinating nationwide class action litigation, supporting billions of dollars of troubled debt portfolio run off, implementing strategies to assure recovery from failing financial institutions, designing products to facilitate safe and more efficient over-the-counter trading, and lobbying or providing comment to Congress on many important questions of reform. Her experience provides her with a comprehensive perspective on the legal process and the unique role filled by the testifying expert. She frequently provides continuing education courses to attorneys on topics such as data use and damage estimation methodologies. At OnPoint, Laura coordinates the efforts of staff economists, statisticians, database developers, research analysts, and graphic artists to assure that each expert opinion is not only thoroughly supported, but simply and convincingly communicated. She is a co-author of the recent book, Empirical Challenges in Pharmaceutical Litigation. Laura rides cutting horses, dances, attends theater and generally enjoys life while working hard.

Favorite thing about OnPoint: Our clients.

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