Mr. Evans has performed complex data analysis on large, multi-terabyte relational databases from a variety of computer platforms and flat-file sources. He has worked with Fortune 500 companies, internal experts, corporate counsel, and major law firms across a wide range of industries, including aerospace, automotive, banking, energy, financial services, healthcare, and manufacturing in conducting damage assessments, providing electronic discovery assistance, preparing 30(b)(6) witnesses, supporting expert witnesses, and performing complex data analysis.
While at A&M, he managed the data preservation for the Lehman Brothers bankruptcy that included the collection and migration of thousands of applications, totaling over 100 terabytes, housed on IBM Mainframe, UNIX, and Microsoft Windows platforms that included DB2, UDB, Sybase, Oracle, Informix, and Microsoft SQL Server databases.
In addition, he has worked on several healthcare matters dealing with ambulance billing practices, proper reimbursement of Medicare and Medicaid claims, and breach of contract lawsuits that included claims data, EMR records, pricing files, membership, contract, and eligibility data from providers, insurance companies, state agencies, and third party administrators.
Mr. Evans has extensive experience building transactional databases from reports, images of PDFs, bank statements, and other sources of data that were not in a searchable format. He has assisted with numerous other forensic technology engagements including computer forensic investigations, eDiscovery matters, and other data-intensive projects related to bankruptcy, financial restatements, funds tracing, bank reconciliations, and internal investigations that included the acquisition and analysis of information from a wide range of database systems and software applications.
Mr. Evans earned a bachelor’s degree in business administration with a focus on Management Information Systems from Miami University. He is a Certified Technology Specialist with a focus in Microsoft SQL Server.