M.B.A., finance, UCLA Anderson School of Management; B.A., economics and molecular and cell biology, University of California, Berkeley
Summary of Experience
Mr. Gold has more than 20 years of experience applying economics, finance, and statistics to litigation matters. He has been involved in all phases of the litigation process, from pretrial discovery to expert report and trial preparation. Mr. Gold has led teams supporting experts and assisted counsel on a variety of securities, commercial litigation, and intellectual property matters.
Mr. Gold has extensive experience consulting on securities matters, including analyzing of market efficiency, estimating damages, conducting event studies, and analyzing potential settlements. He has also submitted expert declarations in civil and criminal securities fraud matters. His experience includes cases involving securities and financial derivatives such as swaps, structured notes, mortgage-backed securities, convertible preferred stock, and options. Mr. Gold has worked on antitrust matters involving the trading of securities, and he has conducted assessments of class certification in cases involving securities fraud, product liability, and false advertising, including analyzing whether liability or damages can be assessed using common proof. His work spans industries such as financial services, legal services, telecommunications, entertainment, health care, and oil and gas. He is the coauthor of “Federal Securities Acts and Areas of Expert Analysis” in the Litigation Services Handbook.
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