About Justin C. From

Justin From helps insurers address systemic insurance fraud and RICO claims. He represents clients at all stages of litigation and in connection with various forms of alternative dispute resolution and administrative hearings. He also manages and conducts investigations for clients.

Bringing together statistical analysis and legal insight

Justin has a background in advanced mathematics, including statistics and mathematical modeling. Prior to law school, he conducted original mathematics research through the National Science Foundation and taught high school mathematics, including AP Statistics, as a Teach for America Amgen Fellow. Justin uses this background to litigate and consult on matters involving statistical models for liabilities and damages. He has worked closely with statisticians and economists on the development of expert reports and briefed numerous Daubert motions.

While in law school, Justin served as an editor on the Executive Board of the Iowa Law Review, the captain of Iowa's National Moot Court Team and a judicial extern to the Honorable Robert W. Pratt of the US District Court for the Southern District of Iowa. He won Iowa's Van Oosterhout–Baskerville Moot Court Competition and attended law school on a full-tuition merit scholarship.

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Practice Focus

  • Insurance fraud investigations and litigation


  • Cybersecurity in Regulated Sectors | Cybersecurity: A Practical Guide to the Law of Cyber Risk
  • High-Tech Employee Antitrust Litigation: Defendants Seek Writ of Mandamus After District Court Rejects $324.5 Million Settlement
  • Avoiding Not-So-Harmless Errors: The Appropriate Standards for Appellate Review of Willful-Blindness Jury Instructions
  • Polynomial Root Squeezing