John Mathew is a highly accomplished IT Architect and has been designing applications, systems and web based interfaces for the last 15 years in Class Action & Legal Settlement . His experience on the Class Action domain has been particularly significant wherein he has involved with some of the marquee projects that has happened in this space. Some of the major projects include the Initial Public Offer Securities Litigation, Worldcom Securities Litigation on Securities Class Action, the BP Deepwater Horizon Oil Spill Economic Settlement, T-Mobile Premium SMS Refund Program & the GM Ignition Switch Compensation Settlement on the Consumer Litigation, the American Airlines Bankruptcy project and the US Victims of State Sponsored Terrorism Fund.
John was part of a leading Class Action & Legal Settlement Administrator where in he was the IT Architect and was instrumental in leading the development and implementation of their technology system. He is adept at business development efforts, application design, content management, and business integration. Over the years he has involved in complete project management, from conceptualization and requirements determination to leading the final testing and production release of projects. His foresight in managing budgets and predicting risks need a special mention. His special area of interest is designing web applications that do not compromise security and that fiercely protect private confidential information. He takes special care to adhere to SOC-2 compliant design while developing web applications and ensures that the web applications are always standing up to the top 10 threats that are flagged by OWASP standards.