For more than 30 years, Paul Halliwell has provided expert economic reports and testimony services involving more than 500 cases of wrongful death, injury or employment termination. He has worked with more than 100 lawyers (both plaintiff and defense) and has appeared in various courts (Federal and local) on numerous occasions. Mr. Halliwell is one of very few forensic actuaries or economists qualified qualified to measure the impact of pre-existing medical conditions upon lost earnings potential.
In addition to his forensic consulting, Mr. Halliwell was the founder of Halliwell and Associates, Inc., a premier actuarial consulting firm offering services in the areas of pension and welfare plan design and funding. Following the sale of Halliwell & Associates in 1998, Mr. Halliwell was named Principal, Director and Consulting Actuary in the Pittsburgh office of Slabaugh Morgan Halliwell & Associates. His employee benefit services has included the delivery of actuarial services for defined benefit pension plans, consulting regarding design and funding alternatives for qualified defined benefit and defined contribution retirement programs, consulting regarding various areas of required compliance for employee benefit programs (e.g., IRS, FASB, GASB, DOL, etc.), development of plan design and funding strategies for non-qualified retirement programs, and oral presentations at numerous seminars and professional meetings on employee benefit topics. Today Mr. Halliwell's employee benefit experience is concentrated in the area of public and Taft-Hartley benefit plans.
Mr. Halliwell is a native of Pittsburgh and a graduate of Ohio University with degrees in Mathematics and Physics. He is a Member of the American Academy of Actuaries, a Fellow of the Conference of Consulting Actuaries, and Associate of the Society of Actuaries, an Enrolled Actuary and a Fellow in the American College of Forensic Examiners. He is also a member of the International Association of Consulting Actuaries.
In 1981, the Governor of Pennsylvania appointed Mr. Halliwell a member of the then newly formed Public Employee Retirement Commission. He currently serves as the Chairman of this Commission. Mr. Halliwell is currently a Director of the Pittsburgh Ballet Theatre and St. Clair Memorial Hospital.