Almudena Arcelus



Almudena Arcelus



S.M., management, MIT Sloan School of Management; B.S., electrical engineering, Universidad Iberoamericana

Summary of Experience

Almudena Arcelus specializes in the application of economics, finance, and information technology to problems in business litigation. 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, deposition, and trial support. Ms. Arcelus frequently works with an extensive network of expert witnesses from leading universities, including Harvard, Yale, Stanford, and the Massachusetts Institute of Technology. She combines her broad range of technical and managerial experience to lead teams of experts in the solution of complex cases.

In her 25 years at Analysis Group, Ms. Arcelus has managed many high-profile litigation projects in various technology-intensive industries, such as biotechnology, LCD technology, computer hardware, and software. She has analyzed economic markets and competition in antitrust cases involving market power, monopolization, tying arrangements, class certification, price fixing, and damages in the United States, Canada, Latin America, and Europe. Much of her recent work has focused on assessing antitrust-related claims and issues involving Internet industry clients. Ms. Arcelus has managed the firm's efforts on behalf of LCD manufacturers, Microsoft and its multiple antitrust-actions cases, Ortho Biotech in its Amgen antitrust litigation, and Intel in several of its antitrust cases.

Ms. Arcelus has significant experience consulting to clients involved with intellectual property disputes, in which her work has centered on quantifying lost profits and calculating appropriate royalty rates and prejudgment interest. She has also worked on securities class action cases involving issues related to institutional responsibility, investor knowledge, and numerosity.

In addition to her litigation work, Ms. Arcelus has also directed numerous non-litigation health care economics projects. In these assignments, she developed economic and statistical models to simulate clinical outcomes, applied traditional and newly emerging tools to pharmacoeconomic analyses, and performed financial analyses to help corporate clients achieve strategic goals.

Ms. Arcelus is a member of the American Bar Association, the New York Bar Association, and the Boston Bar Association. Prior to joining Analysis Group, Ms. Arcelus held several positions with finance and information technology firms.

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