Experience, teamwork and a total commitment to client service make Monument Economics Group the choice of the nation’s leading law firms. Our credentialed economists have extensive experience assisting counsel in assessing materiality, loss causation, and economic damages in complex securities and stakeholder litigations. Our analyses and opinions are predicated on sound economic, financial, and statistical methodologies using reliable empirical data.
MEG’s experts provide analyses and opinions on security-holder damages in class action litigations brought under the Securities Act of 1933 and the Securities Exchange Act of 1934. We also prepare calculations of loss to plan participants in employee-related investment actions brought under ERISA. We provide valuations of privately-held entities to assist in resolving shareholder disputes and assist counsel in quantifying damages in commercial litigation. Our experts’ opinions have been cited favorably by courts in conjunction with class certification motions and for purposes of awarding damages.
MEG’s economists provide expert consulting in each stage of the lifecycle of the litigation, from early assessment of the economics of a case to providing expert opinions and testimony. Our clients tell us our early involvement often prevents them from pursuing costly litigation with little potential for recovery, and allows them to focus on the most relevant economic issues of their case.
Drawing upon a wealth of capital markets expertise across a wide array of industries, our economists are able to quickly identify the issues critical to the instant case. This allows us to formulate targeted, efficient solutions through thoughtful, informed analyses.