Thomas Reavley: As a specialist in online arbitration, Mr. Reavley's legal practice has focused on arbitration and mediation since 1992.
Prior to that time Mr. Reavley served as a managing partner of Scott, Douglass & McConnico, LLP, based in Austin, Texas.
He also served as an associate with the San Francisco based firm of Bronson, Bronson & McKinnon.
He has served as an arbitrator in over 30 cases and as mediator in more than 450 cases.
He received arbitration training through the American Arbitration Association, and acquired his mediation and negotiation training through Harvard Law School (Fisher Negotiation Workshop).
Mr. Reavley earned his B.A. from Stanford University and his J.D. from Harvard University.
Craig Husa: A founder and former COO of eFile and court-data provider CourtLink Corp., purchased by LexisNexis in 2001 for 68 Million.
Mr. Husa developed CourtLink from 1995 to 2001 from 2 to 300 employees.
Mr. Husa has sat on the National Steering Committee of the Forum for the Advancement of Court Technology (FACT).
He has also been a speaker with many law and justice forums including the American Bar Association Technology Conference, and the National Court Technology Conference.
Now a senior executive with Healia, Mr. Husa earned his M.B.A. from the Harvard Business School.
In addition he holds an M.S. equivalent in nuclear engineering from the U.S. Nuclear Power School and a bachelor's, with distinction, in Systems Engineering from the U.S. Naval Academy.
Steve Garver: A senior vice president of Cerner Corp's consulting business until 2005, Mr. Garver headed up a change management and training unit that grew from 300 to more than 1,500 associates.
He is currently CEO for SoftVu, a web based technologies company specializing in online survey applications for the mortgage banking industry.
His near ten year's experience at Cerner involved conversion from paper to electronic record keeping of such major US hospitals as the Mayo Clinic.
At Cerner Mr. Garver oversaw bidding, negotiation, and implementation of large medical contracts in the US and Great Britain.
Wayne McVicker: Mr. McVicker founded Neoforma with his business partner, in Mountain View, Calif. in 1996.
As its COO, by 2001 Neoforma had grown from 0 to 300 employees with a high valuation of 3 billion.
In 2005 NeoForm was purchased by GHX, Global Healthcare Exchange.
He has since founded Silicon Valley firm Attainia, a provider of medical equipment software.
Mr. McVicker guided Neoforma from start-up, through a successful IPO, past the internet downturn in 2001, and onto stable growth and profitability.
Mr. McVicker is also an author and lecturer with a high profile in the Silicon Valley investment community.
Mr. McVicker has continued his interest in start-up companies as a member of the Bay Area investment group, Band of Angels.