Ph.D., econometrics and statistics, The University of Chicago Booth School of Business; M.S., statistics, University of Washington; B.S., mathematics, The University of Chicago
Summary of Experience
Dr. Warty specializes in applying econometric methods and economic, financial, and statistical theory to solve complex problems arising in business disputes. He has provided consulting support in various phases of the litigation process, from pretrial discovery and case strategy to expert reports, deposition preparation, and trial. He has conducted large-scale analyses and supported academic affiliates in a variety of securities and finance, antitrust, intellectual property, and general commercial litigation matters. His litigation and advisory experience includes analyses of the pricing, risk, and performance of complex financial instruments, such as mortgage-backed securities, collateralized debt obligations, and credit default swaps; price-fixing in industrial production; statistical sampling methodology; and reasonable royalty rates for music licensing.