Once a white hot growth area, back in the early 1990’s, bill auditing cooled off considerably, and some auditors shifted out of that line of work. Even so, quite a few remain, and they are veterans. Those named below have been or are involved in the bill review sub-industry.
Accountability Services (Judith Bronsther);
Computer Sciences Corporation;
Devil’s Advocate (John Toothman) (See my post of May 24, 2006 on his co-authored book.);
Law Cost Management (Rick Robbins);
Litigation Cost Management (Gary Greenfield);
Legal Cost Consultants;
Legal Cost Control (See my post of Aug. 26, 2005 on one member’s output.);
Legal Resources Management (Bill Lon-Innes)
Meckler, Bulger & Tilson (Bruce Bulger);
Moscaret Consulting (Ken Moscaret);
Professional Fee Examiners (John Ahlquist);
Professional Fee Oversight (Karen Zuckerman);
Jim Schratz; and
Outside the insurance industry, bill auditors mostly show up in litigation over legal expenses charged by one company to another (See my post of Jan. 10, 2006 about a patent infringement case; and Nov. 25, 2006 about Oxycontin litigation.). For additional listings, see the American Lawyer Median collection of experts.