S.M., management, MIT Sloan School of Management; B.S., electrical engineering, Universidad Iberoamericana
Summary of Experience:
Ms. Arcelus specializes in applying economics, finance, and information technology to problems in business litigation. In her 20 years at Analysis Group, she has managed many high-profile litigation projects in various technology-intensive industries, such as biotechnology and computer hardware and software. Her litigation experience includes management of all aspects of pretrial discovery, development of economic and financial computer models to analyze damages, critique of opposing experts, report preparation, and deposition and trial support. She has analyzed economic markets and competition in antitrust cases involving market power, monopolization, tying arrangements, class certification, price-fixing, and damages. She managed the firm’s efforts on behalf of Microsoft in its multiple class action overcharge cases; on behalf of Ortho Biotech in its Amgen antitrust litigation; and on behalf of a computer manufacturer in some of its antitrust cases. She has also played a key role in a number of intellectual property disputes, quantifying lost profits and calculating appropriate royalty rates and prejudgment interest, including The Regents of the University of California v. Genentech. Most recently she has participated in securities class actions, involving institutional responsibility, investor knowledge, and numerosity issues. In addition to her litigation work, Ms. Arcelus has also directed numerous health care economics projects.
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