Gary Harvey is Vice President and Principal Consultant at William E. Wecker Associates, Inc. based in Jackson Hole, WY. He received the Bachelor of Science degree in Applied Mathematics from the United States Air Force Academy and the Master of Science degree in Operations Research from the Air Force Institute of Technology. Prior to joining William E. Wecker Associates, Inc. he was an officer in the U.S. Air Force analyzing U.S. force structure and weapon systems performance.
He has served as an expert witness in litigation and arbitration in matters evaluating damages, breach of contract, copyright infringement, consumer product performance, epidemiology, relationship between gun availability and crime, sample design and evaluation, credit card market analysis and profitability, and class certification.
Additionally, he has worked as the principal consultant and project manager on many prominent multi-billion dollar litigations and business consulting engagements including: antitrust maters involving price-fixing, false advertising, unfair competition and monopolization; consumer product safety and performance; environmental damage; class actions alleging disparate impact in insurance, lending and wages; patent and intellectual property matters involving pharmaceutical drugs, petrochemical formulation, and automobile devices.
Mr. Harvey has expertise in statistical and mathematical analysis of data. This expertise includes damage analysis; survey design, analysis and administration; U.S. and international credit card market analysis, profitability and forecasting; human health and epidemiology including tobacco, dynamic propagation of viruses, pharmaceutical drugs, and consumer products; automobile safety and valuation; hospital data analysis; class certification; market analysis; evaluation of insurance claims including allocation among primary and excess insurance carriers; behavioral analysis; environmental damage analysis; regression analysis; survival analysis; Bayesian analysis including imputation of missing data, propensity score analysis, and conjoint analysis; forecasting; and big data analysis.