Pavel Darling

Vice President

Pavel Darling



M.B.A., Sloan School of Management, MIT; B.A., economics, Middlebury College

Summary of Experience

Mr. Darling performs complex quantitative analyses to address litigation, strategy, and policy questions – primarily in the health care and energy sectors. He has extensive experience with a range of sophisticated economic modeling tools and techniques, as well as industry databases. In his health care work, Mr. Darling designs and implements customized suspicious order monitoring and loss prevention programs, and analyzes the market impacts of changes in the scheduling of controlled substances. He also analyzes and presents damages findings before US Attorney's Offices and the Drug Enforcement Administration, with a focus on preparing alternative damages models using customer- and patient-level data. Mr. Darling's health care experience also includes class certification and other litigations. His expertise includes reverse payment patent settlements, where he has supported expert testimony and managed case teams in the analysis of claims data and contractual agreements, and damages assessments in antitrust and patent infringement cases. Mr. Darling is also an expert on energy matters, with a focus on electricity and natural gas pricing, markets, and infrastructure – consulting to utilities, state and regional organizations, and global companies. He works on projects related to cost/benefit analyses of new plant construction and retirements; emissions and pollution controls; economic impacts of energy projects and mergers; and natural gas, biomass, and other market studies. Mr. Darling has submitted and supported expert testimony in several different venues, and he has coauthored a number of published reports and journal articles.

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