M.B.A., finance, UCLA Anderson School of Management; B.S., mathematics actuarial science, specialization in computing, University of California, Los Angeles
Summary of Experience
Ms. Moore specializes in the application of financial and econometric techniques to litigation and other complex business matters on behalf of corporations, government agencies, and law firms. She has more than 20 years of experience in assessing liability and damages in federal, civil, and criminal securities matters as well as numerous False Claims Act matters. Ms. Moore has conducted studies in stock price behavior, investor trading patterns, investment suitability, health care claims payment disputes, business interruption, contract disputes, and investment risk management. In addition, she applies statistical and sampling techniques in compiling and analyzing large, complex proprietary and public databases. Ms. Moore has also performed assessments of investment risk exposure of institutional investment portfolios containing complex financial securities and derivatives, such as structured financial instruments and synthetic fixed-rate and energy swaps and hedges. She is a co-contributor of "Securities Act Violations: Estimation of Damages" in Litigation Services Handbook, Third Edition, and "Federal Securities Acts and Areas of Expert Analysis," in Litigation Services Handbook, Fourth and Fifth Editions.