Thomas M. Roney is a senior economist who specializes in areas of Forensic Economics, Labor Economics and Rehabilitation Economics.
Mr. Roney has more than thirty years experience providing economic consulting services, economic valuations and reports, and related expert services.
He has provided economic expert testimonies in two-dozen states, and he has testified in depositions, arbitrations, and state and federal courts.
Mr. Roney has numerous professional affiliations including the American Academy of Economic and Financial Experts, the American Economic Association, the American Rehabilitation Economics Association and others.
In 2011 Mr. Roney served as the President of the Collegium of Pecuniary Damages Experts and has served as a Vice President of the National Association of Forensic Economics Southern District from 2010 to 2012.
Mr. Roney completed coursework for a Doctorate in Economics and earned a Bachelor of Arts in Economics from Washington State University.
In addition to teaching economics at the university level in Washington and California, Mr. Roney is a prolific presenter and lecturer on a wide range of economic topics.