Well-versed in industry specific safety standards including, ISO 26262 and IEC61508, Barr Group's control systems expert witnesses support litigation for complex electronic devices and systems regulated by control loops.

Our experts are experienced senior-level engineers and professors in the fields of electrical engineering, circuit design, control software and control loops in complex systems.

Expert witness and technical consulting services include reverse engineering, product failure analysis, testimony, and technical consulting for product liability, patent infringement, software copyright and trade secret litigation


The following are just a few of Barr Group's expert witnesses. To be matched with an expert witness or create a specialized team of experts designed to provide the most accurate and thorough evaluation needed for your case, contact us.

Expert Witness #SL350

Automotive Electronics

This expert witness is an electrical engineer with over 30 years of experience in the development and deployment of automotive electronic systems, including safety systems - airbag controller and vehicle stability systems and aftermarket electronics such as fleet management controller. He has a wide breadth of electronic subsystem experience, including motion and location sensing, hydraulic and electrical actuation, and cellular data communications. This expert has expertise in multiple domains including electronic design and manufacture, firmware design, development and testing, as well as engineering development process definition.

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Expert Witness #DS530

Automotive Electronics; Consumer Electronics; Cybersecurity; Industrial Controls & Automation; Internet of Things (IOT); Medical Devices; Military & Aerospace Electronics; Mobile Devices & Wireless; Telecommunications

This former Director of Engineering of a major automotive company has more than two decades of product development and project management experience in a broad range of embedded systems and products. He is an expert in the design of safety-critical products such as medical devices and automotive electronics. He often speaks at embedded systems conferences and trains engineers in the state-of-the-art design practices for safer and more secure electronics and software.

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