Title: Senior Advisor
Education: M.B.A., Finance, Wharton Graduate School of Business, University of Pennsylvania, 1981
M.C.P., Transportation/Urban Planning, University of Pennsylvania, 1981
B.A., with honors, Economics and Geography, Phi Beta Kappa, Middlebury College, 1978
Mr. Young specializes in applying financial, economic, and statistical analyses to estimate damages in complex business litigation. He has provided expert testimony regarding economic damages in commercial dispute, consumer fraud, antitrust, bankruptcy, and investment suitability and trust fund management litigation. He is co-author of “Economic Damages and Financial Expertise and Economic Damages,” in Chapter 43, Volume 5, of the 2011-2012 edition of Modern Scientific Evidence: The Law and Science of Expert Testimony, published by Thomson Reuters/Westlaw..
Mr. Young’s specialties include economic damages, financial analysis, business valuation, patent valuation, fixed income investment suitability, strategic analysis of business competition, survey and market research, and forecasting market demand for new products and services. He has directed economic and management consulting assignments involving many industries, including cellular phone services, cable TV services, financial services, investment management, consumer food products, and hospital medical supplies.
Economics and Business Specialties
Economic damages estimation
Fixed income investment performance
Litigation Consulting Experience
Patent infringement litigation
Bankruptcy/fraudulent transfer litigation
Investment suitability litigation