CRA International, Inc. provides economic, financial and management consulting services. The company offers consulting services in two areas, litigation, regulatory, and financial consulting and management consulting. Litigation, Regulatory, and Financial Consulting In its litigation, regulatory, and financial consulting practices, the company typically works closely with law firms on behalf of one or more companies involved in litigation or regulatory proceedings in such areas as antitrust, damages, and labor and employment. Many of the lawsuits and regulatory proceedings in which the company is involved are critical assignments with high-stakes outcomes, such as obtaining regulatory approval of a pending merger or analyzing possible damages awards in a class action case. The ability to formulate and communicate economic and financial arguments to courts and regulatory agencies is often critical to a successful outcome in litigation and regulatory proceedings. The company’s consultants work with law firms, corporate counsel, and regulatory agencies to assist in developing the theory of the case and in preparing the testimony of expert witnesses from among its employees and from among its non-employee experts and others in academia. In addition, its consultants provide general litigation support, including reviewing legal briefs and assisting in the appeals process. The company provides consulting services to corporate clients and attorneys in a range of litigation and regulatory proceedings, providing research and analysis, expert testimony, and comprehensive support in litigation and regulatory proceedings in all areas of finance, accounting, economics, insurance, and forensic accounting and investigations. Antitrust and Competition: Antitrust litigation, including economic analysis of the competitive effects of alleged collusion and cartels, monopolization, abuse of dominance, monopsony, and vertical restrictions. Damages and Valuation: Disputes involving lost profits, breach of contract, purchase price, valuation, business interruption, product liability, and fraud, among other damages claims. Calculating damages, providing expert testimony, and critiquing opposing experts' damages analyses in matters involving disputes in antitrust; intellectual property; securities and other financial market issues; insolvency; property values; contract; employment discrimination; product liability; environmental contamination; and purchase price. Supporting clients with broader corporate valuation services, providing pre-trial evaluations of damages claims and methodologies, and evaluating proposed settlements in class action and other cases. Financial Accounting and Valuation: Commercial and shareholder disputes; corporate finance damages advisory; corporate investigations; due diligence; financial accounting; valuation and litigation support and expert testimony, including both liability and damages. Financial Economics: Matters pertaining to financial markets, including regulatory analyses and litigation support for financial institutions in areas of fair lending compliance, credit risk, credit scoring, consumer and mortgage lending, housing markets, international mortgage markets, and securitization. Analyses of valuations and estimates of damages associated with breaches of contract, national laws, and international treaties and the effects of market rules, processes, and contracts on prices and competition. Forensic and Cyber Investigations: Forensic accounting and analysis of complex accounting issues; fraud, corruption, bribery and embezzlement investigations; white collar defense; cybercrime, data breach and theft of trade secrets investigations; computer and other digital forensic analyses; actionable business intelligence and reputational due diligence; and other independent professional services that help clients preserve their reputation and support their commitment to integrity. Insurance Economics: Matters pertaining to advising insurers, regulators, and legislators in management, insurance products, and litigation and regulation. Intellectual Property: Matters pertaining to all types of
cra international inc (CRAI:NASDAQ GS)
200 Clarendon Street
Boston, MA 02116
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