Dr. Richard Drogin is a founding partner of Drogin, Kakigi and Associates. Since earning his Ph.D. in Statistics from the University of California, Berkeley, in 1970, he has held faculty positions at the University of Sussex in England, Columbia University in New York City, and California State University, Hayward, where he is currently Emeritus Professor of Statistics.
Dr. Drogin has taught graduate and undergraduate courses in data analysis, non-parametric methods, regression analysis, methods of random sampling, probability theory, queuing theory, simulation methods, and design of statistical software. He has been retained as an expert witness in statistics in over 250 cases, and has testified over 25 times in State and Federal Courts.
Some of the cases Dr. Drogin has served as an expert include: Bell v. Farmers, Dukes v. Walmart, Stender v. Lucky Stores, Butler v. Home Depot, Kraszewski v. State Farm, Haynes v. Shoneys, Shores v. Publix, Satchell v. FedEx, Sav-On Overtime Cases, and Staples Overtime Cases.