WORLD CLASS EXPERTS
IN THE VALUATION OF DAMAGES
DMA Economics' experts focus on complex economic issues in high-stakes litigation. Our valuations are rigorously calculated and communicated to the non-technical decision maker in a way that is clear, intuitive, and logical.
As a former MIT finance professor with extensive testifying experience, Dr. May is a world class expert in the valuation of damages. With his invaluable experience in testifying in arbitration as well as state and federal court, Dr. May represents what sets us apart from others—our solid knowledge base and experience. >>
Damiano Colnago is a senior finance professional. He specializes in complex structured credit products with a particular focus on securities operations and reconciliation, custody and trustee services, collateral and fund operations. >>
DMA Economics is a world class provider of valuation analyses in high-stakes litigation. We perform rigorous economic analyses that are clearly explained to our clients and litigation decision makers such as triers of fact. Our core sectors of expertise are the valuation of damages, enterprise valuations, and litigation consulting.
DMA Economics works on behalf of plaintiffs and defendants to calculate damages in high-stakes commercial litigation. Some examples of damage calculations relate to securities fraud, product defects, theft of trade secrets, and business interruption to name just a few.
Because of our expertise in the rigors of valuations associated with damages, DMA Economics also has extensive experience in the valuation of business interests for non-litigation matters. These include but are not limited to valuations of non-public business interests, for acquisition and regulatory purposes.
DMA Economics has extensive experience as expert consultants in both litigation and pre-litigation matters. Our clients include billion dollar investment funds under SEC investigation as well as smaller businesses concerned with the impact of potential litigation and strategies to reduce potential liability