We estimate economic damages that adhere to legal standards, using the best empirical and statistically validated information available. We combine this information with the legal parameters of the case, jury instructions, legal decisions, to properly estimate the damages. We calculate damages that meet the legal standard and assist the trier-of-fact. We move the needle forward for clients across all industries and provide with insightful analytics with unbiased expert opinion.
We help clients understand where they are currently in their industries and markets, as well as prepare for the future. By utilizing state-of-the-art forecasting techniques, we strive to provide our clients with useful economic information.
Our forensic economist can serve as a testifying expert or as an unnamed consultant. Our professionals have significant experience in matters requiring expert opinions and testimony at trial. We can act as expert witnesses on a wide range of matters and simplify complex technical information in support of the client’s case.
We offer services in determining economic damages in litigation including: International arbitration, intellectual property, personal injury + wrongful death cases valuation and employment matters.
Welcome to forensic economic services, your go-to company for economic experts and development services. We are a boutique economic research and consulting firm located in downtown Los Angeles. We are a team of academics who teach part time graduate and undergraduate courses while offering economic research and analysis, expert witness testimony and litigation support on damages for domestic and international arbitration. We rely on sound academic theory as well as appropriate methodology.
We provide continuing legal education approved by The State Bar of California.
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Roman Garagulagian is our Principal Economist specializing in intellectual property, personal injury, employment and statistical analysis modeling. He is experienced in applying economic theory, complex data, and quantitative methods to questions related to litigation. Dr. Garagulagian is a member of the National Association of Forensic Economics, and the American Economic Association.
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