Neil Steinkamp is a well-recognized expert and consultant on a broad range of strategic, organizational, compliance, and financial issues to government, business, courts, and community leaders and their advisors. He has over 20 years of experience covering many industries and matter types.

Clients seek Neil for his comprehensive understanding of transformative change strategies, complex structured and unstructured data analysis and assessment, multi-stakeholder collaboration and coordination, the development of pathways to compliance and iterative change strategies, financial and fiscal impact analyses, and other complex topics. He has worked extensively to help resolve sophisticated problems involving large-scale industry and social issues.

Neil served as consultant to the Independent Monitor of the Takata Airbag Recalls, the largest and most complex consumer products recall in history. He has also served as consultant to the Independent Monitor of the New York City Housing Authority and as the Court-Appointed Independent Data Analyst and Ombudsperson Call Center in the Baez v. NYCHA matter.

Neil has provided expert testimony in a variety of venues, including bench and jury trials and domestic and international arbitration. He has also assisted parties in numerous complex resolutions involving settlement negotiations, mediation, and facilitation.

He also leads Stout’s Pro Bono practice. In this capacity, Neil has served a wide range of individuals and organizations through the application of financial, economic, strategic, and data analysis concepts that benefit low-income individuals and underserved communities. He has received numerous awards and accolades for his work and Stout’s pro bono practice.