R. Jeffrey Malinak
M.B.A., finance and accounting, McCombs School of Business, the University of Texas at Austin; B.A., social sciences, Stanford University
Summary of Experience:
Mr. Malinak specializes in financial economics, with particular expertise in damages estimation, applied finance theory, and business and asset valuation. He has provided deposition and arbitration testimony on economic damages issues and directed litigation projects in many industries on issues related to securities (including derivative securities), antitrust, breach of contract, taxation, regulatory economics, and intellectual property claims. Mr. Malinak has frequently addressed class certification and damages issues in securities fraud cases, as well as the myriad economic, financial, and accounting issues common to most damages calculations, such as cost of capital and prejudgment interest. He has considerable experience in financial institutions and risk management, having been heavily involved in the Winstar savings and loan litigations, and having also recently completed a major project on the risk of Fannie Mae. Mr. Malinak has also acted as a management consultant to clients in the energy, environmental, and health care industries, and as an economic valuation and business strategy consultant to clients with new technology, intellectual property, and intangible assets. Prior to joining Analysis Group, he was a Principal at Putnam, Hayes & Bartlett, Inc.