Vietnam Telecom International v. Eddie Inyang, et al.

In this fraud case, Analysis Group worked with Nixon Peabody on behalf of Vietnam Telecom International (VTI), a government-owned international telecommunications carrier in Vietnam. VTI accused defendants Qwest Communications and several individuals of participating in a scheme to defraud VTI involving the provision of voice over IP (VoIP) traffic between the U.S. and Vietnam. Three Analysis Group affiliates provided deposition and trial testimony for VTI. Dr. William Lehr, a telecommunications economist and MIT research affiliate, testified about the damages suffered by VTI as a result of the fraud. Former FCC Commissioner Dr. Harold Furchtgott-Roth testified on issues of domestic and international telecommunications regulation. Dr. Terrence McGarty, an investor and telecommunications entrepreneur, testified on business customs and practices in international telecommunications. Principal David Sosa provided consulting support to the testifying experts and to VTI and Nixon Peabody. Qwest settled with VTI after the close of expert discovery. Following a six-week trial involving the remaining defendants, the jury found in favor of VTI, awarding the company $9.3 million in damages.

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