Our securities litigation expert witnesses are seasoned Economists. Their areas of expertise within the discipline include corporate finance, investment due diligence, securities regulatory compliance, and regulatory investigations. Many have experience working with companies listed on the NASDAQ, AMEX, and OTCBB stock markets, as well as individual officers and directors in corporate and securities legislation issues.
Securities concerns usually entail complex litigation, and our experts have the required expertise and experience to help corporations and executives in such legal issues.
The expert witness experience of these professionals consists of dealing with concerns such as the validity of preferred stock investments, non-compliance with legal and corporate governance requirements, and the determination whether real estate investments and corresponding contracts and agreements for condo hotels and other real estate investments included securities and investments under state and federal law, legal malpractice and standards of care, executive employment agreement terms, change in control benefits, stock options, and claims of unregistered sales of securities.
The professional experience of our securities litigation experts includes work at the Securities and Exchange Commission, positions as special assistant attorneys, attorney consultants, and various securities attorneys.
A trusted securities litigation expert witness can help you with your case. Forensic Economic Services has helped its clients with leading experts in securities. Our staff has successfully assisted litigators and insurance claims professionals in hiring well-qualified securities experts across the country.
Our Economists can assist you in various areas, including but not limited to business, intellectual property, personal injury, employment, and competition matters. They are experienced in applying economic theory, complex data, and quantitative methods to questions related to litigation. Our Economists are members of the National Association of Forensic Economics and the American Economic Association. Give us a call at (424) 308-0393 or visit our website: Rule703.com for more information