Bruce A. Strombom
Ph.D., economics, University of California, Irvine; B.A., economics, San Jose State University
Summary of Experience:
Dr. Strombom is an expert in applied microeconomics, industrial organization and finance. He specializes in the application of quantitative and statistical techniques to complex business litigation, the estimation of commercial damages and the valuation of privately held companies. He consults with businesses and government entities and provides assistance to attorneys in all phases of pretrial and trial practice, prepares economic and financial models, and provides expert testimony in legal and regulatory proceedings. Dr. Strombom has conducted liability and damages assessments in cases involving antitrust, intellectual property, labor and employment, product liability, securities, and general commercial disputes. In recent work he has determined the causes of business failures, evaluated the lending practices of mortgage originators and conducted a comprehensive assessment of claims of racial profiling by officers of the Los Angeles Police Department. He frequently values privately held companies and ownership interests in firms in a range of industries for both litigation and mergers and acquisitions. Prior to joining Analysis Group, Dr. Strombom was Executive Vice President of a middle-market merger and acquisition firm, where he managed a financial and market research organization that provided valuation services to over 500 privately held companies annually.
MARKET CONFLICTS LEADING TO SUBPRIME MORTGAGE LITIGATION