Dr. Rice is an economist with a range of expertise in health economics, industrial organization, statistics, and econometrics. He has extensive experience applying economic theory and statistical methods in complex litigation. While his case work has involved a wide variety of issues, (including antitrust, cryptocurrency, misappropriation of trade secrets, and breach of contract), much of Dr. Rice’s work has involved alleged Anti-Kickback Statute and False Claims Act violations. In this context, he has led dozens of analyses in both government investigations and litigation matters. He has been retained as an economic expert in civil and criminal matters, supported counsel, and presented analyses as a third-party expert to numerous US Attorney’s Office investigators. In these matters, Dr. Rice has conducted empirical analyses involving large-scale databases on a range of topics, including issues related to liability and damages, as well as causal inference. In addition to his litigation work, he has provided econometric and statistical consulting on matters including health economic research questions, risk management, fair market valuation, and compliance. Dr. Rice is adjunct faculty at Harvard University’s Department of Economics and has taught undergraduate courses on econometrics, health economics, industrial organization, and regulatory economics. He has published extensively in peer-reviewed journals and presented at leading conferences and seminars.