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Mr. Dave focuses on cases that involve complex economic and financial issues. He has worked with clients and experts extensively on securities and valuation matters related to capital markets and financial institutions.

Mr. Dave has consulted on issues related to mergers and acquisition disputes, private equity, corporate governance, due diligence, appraisal actions, and other disputes involving valuation of companies, employee stock options, and minority interest. His experience in litigation related to the Employee Retirement Income Security Act (ERISA) includes company stock drop, excessive fee, and institutional investing cases.

His experience also includes calculating damages related to improper revenue recognition, earnings restatements, material omissions, trading strategies, and disputed merger terms.

He has assisted attorneys on all phases of litigation including review of pretrial discovery, development of economic and financial models to analyze damages, critique of analyses by opposing experts and preparation of testimony at depositions, trials, mediations, and arbitrations.

His recent cases have involved assessing due diligence performed on RMBS and analyzing valuations of target companies in mergers and acquisitions.

Publications
Article
BMC Software's Lessons For Expert Witnesses
February 23, 2016
Published on Law360
News & Events
March 15, 2017
Sujay Dave to Present Elements of Securities Litigations on The Knowledge Group’s Webinar

Brattle Senior Associate Sujay Dave will present during The Knowledge Group’s webinar, “The Elements of Securities Litigation: Understanding the Basics,” taking place March 15, 2017 from 12-2 pm EST.

February 23, 2016
Torben Voetmann and Sujay Dave Author Law360 Article on the Use of Valuation Experts Following the BMC Software Decision

Brattle Principal Torben Voetmann and Senior Associate Sujay Dave have authored a Law360 article on the Merion Capital LP and Merion Capital II LP v. BMC Software opinion and the lessons learned for experts when opining on fair value in Delaware.