Almudena Arcelus

Almudena Arcelus



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

Summary of Experience

Ms. Arcelus specializes in the application of economics, finance, and information technology to complex problems in business litigation. Her litigation experience includes management of all aspects of pretrial discovery; development of liability and damages strategies from economic, financial, and technology perspectives; critique of opposing experts; report preparation; and deposition, trial, mediation, and settlement support. Ms. Arcelus frequently works with an extensive network of experts from leading universities, as well as distinguished industry experts, to apply innovative and established techniques to her engagements.

In more than three decades at Analysis Group, she has managed high-profile litigation projects across a variety of areas. She has analyzed economic markets and competition in antitrust cases involving market power, monopolization, tying arrangements, class certification, price fixing, and damages. Her antitrust work often involves leading companies in technology-intensive industries such as digital platforms, biotechnology, LCD technology, computer hardware, and software. Ms. Arcelus has worked on competition cases and provided various economic and competitive analyses in regulatory hearings in the US, Canada, Latin America, and Europe.

Her significant experience in intellectual property disputes includes quantification of lost profits and calculation of appropriate royalty rates and prejudgment interest. She brings a sophisticated understanding of technology to antitrust, intellectual property cases, contract disputes, and other matters dealing with high-tech issues such as the analysis of source code in patent and copyright disputes, data privacy and cybersecurity practices and compliance, biometric data use, algorithm use and regulatory compliance, the use and availability of data in complex data structures, and the impact of misleading technology information.

Ms. Arcelus has also worked on securities class action cases involving institutional responsibility and investor knowledge; energy litigation projects involving contract and price disputes; and health care consulting projects involving the statistical modeling of clinical outcomes, pharmacoeconomic analyses, and strategic financial analyses.

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