M.B.A., finance, UCLA Anderson School of Management; B.A., economics (with specialization in computing) and English, UCLA
Summary of Experience
Mr. Nabi specializes in quantitative analyses and financial modeling in support of complex ERISA, finance and securities, and commercial litigation and damages matters. He has been involved in and managed case teams during all phases of the litigation process, from assisting clients in pretrial discovery to supporting academic and industry experts in report and trial preparation. He has performed complex analyses pertaining to liability and damages issues in cases involving ERISA excessive fees, investment suitability, and compliance with fiduciary duties; mutual fund advisors' investment performance and fees analyses; securities fraud, including class certification and the evaluation of alleged misrepresentations and omissions contained in offering materials and other company disclosures; and investment portfolio due diligence, valuation, and risk analyses. Mr. Nabi has also managed several engagements analyzing the financial statements and profitability of automotive dealerships, and has supported experts in numerous breach of contract and intellectual property matters.
Litigation Services Handbook: Sixth Edition