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Princeton-Somerset Group, Inc.
Hillsborough, New Jersey
4 Carroll Drive, 08844


Contact:  Dr. Dennis M. Stainken
www.princetonsomerset.com
908-369-6890 Or Toll Free 800-597-8836
prinsomgrp@aol.com
4 Carroll Drive
Hillsborough, New Jersey 08844

Contact:  Dr. Dennis M. Stainken
www.princetonsomerset.com
908-369-6890 Or Toll Free 800-597-8836
prinsomgrp@aol.com
Princeton-Somerset Group, Inc. provide consultation for pre-trial environmental litigation with: technical case evaluation, regulatory affairs, agency negotiations, expert witness. Our background is extensive in environmental prosecution & defense (administrative, civil, criminal), PRP situation & technical analysis/ assessment, studies, audits, and oversight.
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Carbon Monoxide,  Chemicals,  Drinking Water,  Environmental,  Environmental Engineering,  Exposure Assessment,  Food and Waterborne Diseases,  Forensic Chemistry,  Groundwater Resources and Contamination,  Hazardous Materials,  Indoor Air Quality,  Industrial Chemicals,  Mold and Moisture,  Toxic Exposures,  Toxic Tort,  Toxicology, 


Princeton-Somerset Group, Inc. provide consultation for pre-trial environmental litigation with: technical case evaluation, regulatory affairs, agency negotiations, expert witness. Our background is extensive in environmental prosecution & defense (administrative, civil, criminal), PRP situation & technical analysis/ assessment, studies, audits, and oversight.

Dr. James C. Norris
Benton, Arkansas
6106 Worth Avenue, 72019


Contact:  James C. Norris
www.norrisconsultingservices.com
866-526-6774 Or Toll Free
norristoxicL@earthlink.net
6106 Worth Avenue
Benton, Arkansas 72019

Contact:  James C. Norris
www.norrisconsultingservices.com
866-526-6774
norristoxicL@earthlink.net
Dr. Norris has training in both pharmacology and toxicology and has been practicing toxicology for over 20 years. He is a recognized expert witness in pharmacology and toxicology for deposition and trial testimonies (Civil, Criminal, and Military courts; Plaintiff and Defense) in the United States, the United Kingdom and Hong Kong. He has provided testimony to governmental agencies, served as an industrial site crisis team member, and acted as a consultant to media (BBC). Dr. Norris' employment titles have included: Assistant Vice President of Toxicology & Carcinogenesis and Head of Inhalation Toxicology. He is a diplomate of the American Board of Toxicology and an EU Registered Toxicologist.
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Pharmaceuticals,  Pharmacology,  Toxic Exposures,  Toxic Tort,  Toxicology, 


Dr. Norris has training in both pharmacology and toxicology and has been practicing toxicology for over 20 years. He is a recognized expert witness in pharmacology and toxicology for deposition and trial testimonies (Civil, Criminal, and Military courts; Plaintiff and Defense) in the United States, the United Kingdom and Hong Kong. He has provided testimony to governmental agencies, served as an industrial site crisis team member, and acted as a consultant to media (BBC). Dr. Norris' employment titles have included: Assistant Vice President of Toxicology & Carcinogenesis and Head of Inhalation Toxicology. He is a diplomate of the American Board of Toxicology and an EU Registered Toxicologist.

Ehrreich Consulting, Inc.
Fort Myers, Florida
15640 Greenock Lane, S.E., 33912


Contact:  Stewart J. Ehrreich Ph.D.,
www.regsolutions.com
239-561-2110 Or Toll Free
SEhrreich@aol.com
15640 Greenock Lane, S.E.
Fort Myers, Florida 33912

Contact:  Stewart J. Ehrreich Ph.D.,
www.regsolutions.com
239-561-2110
SEhrreich@aol.com
Dr. Stewart Ehrreich Ph.D. Is a former Deputy Division Director at the FDA, provides litigation support in Pharmacology, Pharmacokinetics, Biostatistics, Drug Chemistry, Clinical Trials and many other areas of expertise. He has acted in many Class Action suits and Patent Litigation cases as an Expert Witness. Dr. Ehrreich has given testimony both in court and in videotaped depositions, helped to prepare expert reports and legal briefs, and advised attorneys on risk management. For almost 25 years, Ehrreich Consulting, Inc. has participated in drug development by assisting pharmaceutical companies to get their drugs, medical devices, biologics and biotechnology approved by the FDA.
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Biotechnology,  Cardiology,  Chemistry,  Dermatology,  Emergency Medicine,  Medical Devices,  Oncology,  Pharmaceuticals,  Pharmacology,  Psychopharmacology,  Sports Medicine,  Toxic Tort,  Toxicology, 


Dr. Stewart Ehrreich Ph.D. Is a former Deputy Division Director at the FDA, provides litigation support in Pharmacology, Pharmacokinetics, Biostatistics, Drug Chemistry, Clinical Trials and many other areas of expertise. He has acted in many Class Action suits and Patent Litigation cases as an Expert Witness. Dr. Ehrreich has given testimony both in court and in videotaped depositions, helped to prepare expert reports and legal briefs, and advised attorneys on risk management. For almost 25 years, Ehrreich Consulting, Inc. has participated in drug development by assisting pharmaceutical companies to get their drugs, medical devices, biologics and biotechnology approved by the FDA.

Private Consultant in Chemical Toxicology and Chemical Carcinogenesis
Altadena, California
1009 E. Mendocino St, 91001


Contact:  Joseph Richard Landolph, Jr, Ph.D.
Private Consultant in Chemical Toxicology and Chemical Carcinogenesis WEBSITE
323-224-7781 Or Toll Free
joseph.landolph@med.usc.edu
1009 E. Mendocino St
Altadena, California 91001

Contact:  Joseph Richard Landolph, Jr, Ph.D.
Private Consultant in Chemical Toxicology and Chemical Carcinogenesis WEBSITE
323-224-7781
joseph.landolph@med.usc.edu
Cell: 626-993-4397. Joseph R. Landolph, Jr., Ph. D., received B. S. in Chem. from Drexel Univ., Phila., Pa., l971, and Ph. D. in Chemistry from Univ. of Calif. Berkeley, l976, where he studied BaP metabolism and cytotoxicity in mouse liver epithelial/fibroblastic cells. He performed postdoctoral study in chemical carcinogenesis (l977-1980) at the University of Southern California (USC). He was appointed Asst. Prof. of Microbiology/Pathology in l982, and is now Assoc. Prof. of Molecular Microbiology and Immunology/Pathology and Member, USC Cancer Center, Keck School of Medicine, USC. His research interests include carcinogenicity of Ni/Cr compounds, activation of oncogenes/inactivation of tumor suppressor genes, and de-regulation of gene expression, in Ni/Cr carcinogenesis. He is an expert in chemically induced mutation/neoplastic transformation of mammalian cells. He authored 61 scientific publications, gave 190 invited scientific lectures, and trained 20 M. S. students, 11 Ph. D. students and 30 postdoctoral fellows. He reviewed research grants for the US EPA, NIEHS, Chem. Pathol./AlTx-4 Study Sections, NIH; served as a member of Carcinogen Ident. Comm., Calif. EPA (1994-Present); Sci. Rev. Panel for Toxic Air Contaminants, Calif. Air Resour. Brd. (2003-2011); Drinking Water (2003-2009) and Human Health Res. (2003) Committees of US EPA’s Science Advisory Board; NAS Panel on U. S. EPA’s PCE Risk Assessment (2009-2010). He received the Merck Award in Chemistry (Drexel Univ.); an American Cancer Society Postdoctoral Fellowship; an Edmundson Teaching Award (Dept. Path., USC); and a Traveling Lectureship Award (Soc. Tox.). He has held research grants from EPA, NCI, NIEHS. He serves as a part-time Consultant/Expert Witness in Chemical Toxicology and Chemical Carcinogenesis.
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Hazardous Materials,  Oncology,  Toxic Exposures,  Toxic Tort,  Toxicology, 


Cell: 626-993-4397. Joseph R. Landolph, Jr., Ph. D., received B. S. in Chem. from Drexel Univ., Phila., Pa., l971, and Ph. D. in Chemistry from Univ. of Calif. Berkeley, l976, where he studied BaP metabolism and cytotoxicity in mouse liver epithelial/fibroblastic cells. He performed postdoctoral study in chemical carcinogenesis (l977-1980) at the University of Southern California (USC). He was appointed Asst. Prof. of Microbiology/Pathology in l982, and is now Assoc. Prof. of Molecular Microbiology and Immunology/Pathology and Member, USC Cancer Center, Keck School of Medicine, USC. His research interests include carcinogenicity of Ni/Cr compounds, activation of oncogenes/inactivation of tumor suppressor genes, and de-regulation of gene expression, in Ni/Cr carcinogenesis. He is an expert in chemically induced mutation/neoplastic transformation of mammalian cells. He authored 61 scientific publications, gave 190 invited scientific lectures, and trained 20 M. S. students, 11 Ph. D. students and 30 postdoctoral fellows. He reviewed research grants for the US EPA, NIEHS, Chem. Pathol./AlTx-4 Study Sections, NIH; served as a member of Carcinogen Ident. Comm., Calif. EPA (1994-Present); Sci. Rev. Panel for Toxic Air Contaminants, Calif. Air Resour. Brd. (2003-2011); Drinking Water (2003-2009) and Human Health Res. (2003) Committees of US EPA’s Science Advisory Board; NAS Panel on U. S. EPA’s PCE Risk Assessment (2009-2010). He received the Merck Award in Chemistry (Drexel Univ.); an American Cancer Society Postdoctoral Fellowship; an Edmundson Teaching Award (Dept. Path., USC); and a Traveling Lectureship Award (Soc. Tox.). He has held research grants from EPA, NCI, NIEHS. He serves as a part-time Consultant/Expert Witness in Chemical Toxicology and Chemical Carcinogenesis.

Susan A. Rice and Associates, Inc.
Grass Valley, California
19816 Buck Ridge Road, 95949


Contact:  Dr. Susan A. Rice, PhD, DABT
http://www.sara-tox.com/
530-346-9612 Or Toll Free
susan.rice@sara-tox.com
19816 Buck Ridge Road
Grass Valley, California 95949

Contact:  Dr. Susan A. Rice, PhD, DABT
http://www.sara-tox.com/
530-346-9612
susan.rice@sara-tox.com
Dr. Susan A Rice has been consulting and providing expert witness services in pharmacology and toxicology for over 25 years. Dr. Rice received her PhD in Comparative Pharmacology and Toxicology from the University of California, Davis and is a Diplomate of the American Board of Toxicology. Dr. Rice researches and provides expert testimony for a broad range of products, exposures, and settings. Working with attorneys, Dr. Rice can determine if claims are likely to have resulted from alleged agents or events. She helps her clients determine if claims are scientifically and medically reasonable and to develop scientifically defensible legal strategies.
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Medical Devices,  Pharmaceuticals,  Pharmacology,  Toxic Exposures,  Toxic Tort,  Toxicology, 


Dr. Susan A Rice has been consulting and providing expert witness services in pharmacology and toxicology for over 25 years. Dr. Rice received her PhD in Comparative Pharmacology and Toxicology from the University of California, Davis and is a Diplomate of the American Board of Toxicology. Dr. Rice researches and provides expert testimony for a broad range of products, exposures, and settings. Working with attorneys, Dr. Rice can determine if claims are likely to have resulted from alleged agents or events. She helps her clients determine if claims are scientifically and medically reasonable and to develop scientifically defensible legal strategies.

Steven E. Zell, P.E. Accidental Air Release Expert
South Jordan, Utah
1339 West Palmer Park Lane, 84095


Contact:  Steven E. Zell, P.E.
Steven E. Zell, P.E. WEBSITE
860-899-7353 Or Toll Free
stevenzell@sbcglobal.net
Accidental Air Release Expert
1339 West Palmer Park Lane
South Jordan, Utah 84095

Contact:  Steven E. Zell, P.E.
Steven E. Zell, P.E. WEBSITE
860-899-7353
stevenzell@sbcglobal.net

Steven E. Zell's CV

 

Steven E. Zell, P.E. has extensive experience as an expert witness in toxic tort litigation concerning accidental or chronic releases of toxic pollutants to the atmosphere, including releases due to overpressure or fire or explosions in chemical plants and oil refineries, and releases of toxic chemicals due to railway and truck accidents. Expertise includes calculation of transient emission rates from process or incident conditions, chemical reactions, and atmospheric dispersion modeling to determine concentrations to which affected persons were exposed. For releases from chemical processes, a failure analysis or root-cause analysis can be performed to determine responsibility for the cause of the accident. If you are representing the plaintiffs or defendants in toxic tort litigation involving release of pollutants to the air, contact Steven E. Zell at (860)899-7353 or by email at stevenzell@sbcglobal.net.
Information:  
Air Pollution Control,  Environmental Engineering,  Fire and Explosions,  Oil and Gas,  Refineries,  Toxic Tort, 


Steven E. Zell's CV

 

Steven E. Zell, P.E. has extensive experience as an expert witness in toxic tort litigation concerning accidental or chronic releases of toxic pollutants to the atmosphere, including releases due to overpressure or fire or explosions in chemical plants and oil refineries, and releases of toxic chemicals due to railway and truck accidents. Expertise includes calculation of transient emission rates from process or incident conditions, chemical reactions, and atmospheric dispersion modeling to determine concentrations to which affected persons were exposed. For releases from chemical processes, a failure analysis or root-cause analysis can be performed to determine responsibility for the cause of the accident. If you are representing the plaintiffs or defendants in toxic tort litigation involving release of pollutants to the air, contact Steven E. Zell at (860)899-7353 or by email at stevenzell@sbcglobal.net.