M.B.A., finance, MIT Sloan School of Management; Ph.D., political science, MIT; B.A., University of California, San Diego
Summary of Experience:
Dr. Rosberg specializes in directing complex, data-driven analysis on projects requiring the application of financial and economic theory to address issues in both litigation and strategic contexts. He has substantial experience in securities, antitrust, and corporate governance litigation, particularly as it relates to Foreign Corrupt Practices Act (FCPA) cases. His recent case work has involved supporting leading experts in several major securities cases, ranging from investment suitability matters to disputes surrounding mortgage-backed securities, as well as consulting on a number of high-profile antitrust cases. Dr. Rosberg has specific expertise in conducting cost accounting analysis for antitrust litigation and investigations, in which he analyzes companies' variable costs and the use of managerial accounting data in pass-through analyses. He has also collaborated with experts in a wide variety of corporate governance cases, including matters involving the appropriateness and impact of board decisions, whether boards have followed acceptable processes in their decision making, and whether corporate officers acted reasonably in specific circumstances. In addition, he has supported experts preparing testimony on the question of whether certain state owned enterprises constituted government instrumentalities as defined under the FCPA. Prior to joining Analysis Group, Dr. Rosberg was a consultant at The Parthenon Group and taught at Dartmouth and Boston College.
RISK AND SYSTEMATICALLY IMPORTANT FIRMS
Vice Presidents James Rosberg and Steven Saeger consider how "risky but systemically important" companies might be designated as such under new oversight.