At Voluble, Tom directly manages client projects, overseeing the production of analysis and reports for use in litigation. He also advises Voluble teams on economic and statistical issues, including sample design and execution.
Tom earned his PhD in Business Economics from Harvard University, where he was a Dean’s Doctoral Fellow. Prior to his doctoral work, Tom received a Bachelor of Commerce from Queen’s University in Ontario and his MBA from the Harvard Business School. Tom is an Associate Professor of Strategic Management and Policy at the Schulich School of Business at York University in Toronto. Tom teaches in the highly-regarded MBA and BBA programs at Schulich and was actively involved in the prestigious Kellogg-Schulich Executive MBA program for more than 15 years from its inception and inaugural class in in 2001. He has also taught extensively in executive programs in Asia and North America. In addition to his academic work, Tom has worked as a consultant for over 20 years. He has managed a wide range of litigation cases, applying his expertise in economics and management to a wide variety of cases, including those involving antitrust, intellectual property disputes, trade issues and consumer products.