Welcome Back To The Courthouse

Last March, at the very beginning of what became a pandemic, we were in San Francisco where some of the first COVID-19 cases were showing up in the U.S. Our clients were in the midst of putting on their case in the Capacitors trial in front of a live jury in Federal Court in the…

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  1. Dr. Jim McClave: Innovation as the Origin

    Innovation is us. We don’t exist without innovation.  Hi I’m Jim McClave, and I am founder and CEO of Infotech.  Starting Something New  The thing about Infotech that was innovative from the time that my partner and I founded the company is that we were the first to use  statistical and computerized techniques to detect…

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  2. Goal Setting: A Way of Life

    I am a self-admitted goal-setting addict. My addiction began in my early thirties when I listened to the motivational tapes – yep, back then we listened to tapes on our car tape players – of Earl Nightingale. “You become what you think about” was Earl’s primary thesis and it resonated with me. So, I began…

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  3. The Changing Competitive Landscape Due to COVID-19: The Impact on the Retail Sector

    The now prolonged COVID-19 pandemic is hitting the U.S. and global economy hard. U.S. GDP in the second quarter of this year fell a whopping 9.5%! And the unemployment rate remains above 10%, though it has improved in recent months. While the economy has recently been improving, the prospect of a prolonged pandemic raises serious…

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  4. The Economic Impact of COVID-19: The Plight of Small Businesses

    COVID-19 is dramatically changing the economic landscape. Some industries are faring well while others are being devastated by the pandemic. Businesses are rapidly adapting to the demands and peculiarities of living within the constraints of a pandemic. Of particular concern to me is the plight of small businesses. In many ways, small businesses are the…

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  5. In the Beginning…

    Forty years ago when I founded Info Tech, I had no concept of what it might take to lead a company.  My only real job had been teaching and doing research as a member of UF’s Statistics Department.  I loved my job, particularly the teaching part, but there was no leadership involved, unless one counts…

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