Class Action & Class Certification

Economic analysis is an integral and valuable component of class action litigation. Monument Economics Group advises clients on the entire range of economic issues that can arise in class action cases, providing analyses related to common impact on a class-wide basis, loss causation, and the development of a formulaic approach to damages.

Our economists employ economic theory and sophisticated empirical techniques to assist our clients through all stages of class action litigation, from the preliminary analysis period through discovery and trial, and we present our findings in a manner that is clear, concise, persuasive, and accessible to all parties.

Monument Economics Group provides expert analysis of common impact on a class-wide basis by combining econometric techniques with extensive qualitative research grounded in sound economic theory. We prepare Event Studies, if necessary, to demonstrate materiality and loss causation, as well as market efficiency.  We offer a full range of services related to class action litigation, including thorough market analyses, careful data extraction, and efficient processing of relevant information.

Economists at Monument Economics Group have provided economic analysis in support of class action litigation in indirect and direct purchaser suits in a variety of industries including building materials, automotive parts, and waterworks products, as well as in support of class action litigation involving publicly traded securities.

Our professionals have successfully testified on behalf of groups seeking class certification in a variety of litigation contexts, including:

Antitrust (Direct and Indirect Purchasers)
Securities and Capital Markets
Product Liability
False Advertising
Labor and Employment
Consumer Fraud

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