M.B.A., financial management, MIT Sloan School of Management; A.B., economics, Harvard University
Summary of Experience
Over nearly two decades, Mr. Christensen has conducted economic analysis and managed case teams in support of academic experts in a broad range of cases, including major finance, tax, and antitrust litigations. Notably, Mr. Christensen led the Analysis Group team in its analysis of debt structures and corporate governance in the multi-billion-dollar lawsuit between the lenders to Adelphia Communications Corporation and the Adelphia estate; he also led the Analysis Group team assisting GlaxoSmithKline in the largest transfer pricing dispute in U.S. history, and has extensive experience in tax and transfer price-related litigations across multiple industries. In the context of matters involving complex financial instruments, he has analyzed derivatives and structured finance vehicles, and assessed risk and investment suitability issues. His case leadership in numerous antitrust matters spans a variety of industries. Mr. Christensen has provided consulting expertise to attorneys throughout multiple phases of litigation, including preparation of testimony; development, presentation, and review of pretrial discovery; and critique of analyses of opposing experts.