An economics expert witness is experienced with business valuation, damage calculation, profit loss, loss earnings, wages, and other aspect of business. There are many types of civil lawsuits requiring the knowledge of an economics expert witness, but it’s important to find an expert with a background matching the details of your particular case.
In addition, economics experts are also used for cases related to pension losses, securities, stock options, interest rates, wage dispute, financial modeling, pricing, corporate finance, commercial finance, transfer pricing, statistics, credit, economic models, economic forecasting, annuities, funds, loans, cost analysis, and other financial issues. Unforeseen economic damages may also result from certain business decisions that changed over time, such as mergers and acquisitions, branding, investments, and brokerage, among other corporate endeavors involving economics.
With so many different facets of economics often occurring simultaneously, determining the source of economic damage or loss may prove challenging for a company and/or individual. It is therefore imperative to your case to retain an economics expert witness with the financial knowledge of your particular situation, whether it involves banking, property damage and/or loss, pensions, securities and investments, or a contractual breach. Economic issues can also be related to other disciplines, including employment discrimination, intellectual property, identity theft, and any other field in which finances are involved. Submit An Expert Request Form or call us today the nation’s top economics expert witness for your case.