Pavel Darling

Vice President

Pavel Darling

Boston

Education

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

Summary of Experience

Mr. Darling provides consulting and expert testimony support in complex litigation matters. He performs quantitative analyses to address litigation, strategy, and policy questions, primarily in the health care and energy sectors, and has extensive experience with a range of sophisticated economic modeling tools and techniques. He also conducts economic impact analyses across a variety of industries, including energy, construction, automotive, and real estate.

In his health care work, Mr. Darling supports expert testimony across a wide range of litigation matters, including reverse payment settlements – in which he supports expert testimony and manages case teams in the analysis of claims data and contractual agreements – and damages assessments in antitrust and patent infringement cases. He also works extensively in matters involving opioids and other controlled substances. In those engagements, Mr. Darling has designed and implemented customized suspicious order monitoring and loss prevention programs, and analyzed the market impacts of changes in the scheduling of controlled substances. He has presented damages findings before Offices of the US Attorneys and the US Drug Enforcement Administration.

Mr. Darling is also an expert on energy matters, focusing on electricity and natural gas pricing, markets, and infrastructure. He has performed a wide range of economic and environmental assessments of new construction projects, retirements, and mergers. In these matters, he has both provided and supported expert testimony, in litigation and before federal and state regulatory bodies. Mr. Darling has also consulted to a range of energy clients, including utilities, state and regional organizations, and global companies.

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