Lynda Borucki is a financial economist and head of The Brattle Group’s Litigation and Finance Group. She has over twenty five years of experience providing advice and developing expert testimony on the application of corporation finance and economics in both litigation and strategic engagements.
Her background includes a wide range of assignments for the banking, electric utilities, insurance, oil and gas, pharmaceutical and telecommunications industries. Her projects have included the development and critique of damage claims, valuation of assets, businesses and securities, cost of capital/discount rate estimation, evaluation of structured finance transactions, and the economic analysis of contractual arrangements and regulations.
She has led large teams supporting multiple academics in some of the most high-profile securities fraud cases, including Enron, Parmalat, Adelphia and Refco. This work has involved estimation of damages in securities cases where she evaluated both defendant and plaintiff damages analyses, analyzed causation and analyzed damages in the associated bankruptcy matters. Ms. Borucki also has an extensive history as a consulting expert on tax controversy matters in the US and abroad. These cases include high profile transfer pricing cases (GlaxoSmithKline, Amazon, and Coca-Cola), debt/equity matters, and economic substance controversies. In addition, Ms. Borucki has also been retained as an expert witness on various finance matters relating to liability issues and damages.
During her tenure at The Brattle Group, she has collaborated over two decades with Professor Stewart C. Myers, coauthor of the leading graduate textbook on corporate finance and a prominent financial economics expert. Prior to joining The Brattle Group, Ms. Borucki was an Associate with Putnam, Hayes and Bartlett, Inc. She also taught economics at the Kellogg Graduate School of Management at Northwestern University.
Northwestern University, PhD and MS in Managerial Economics and Decision Sciences
University of Wisconsin, Madison, BA in Math and Economics
Northwestern University, University Fellowship
University of Wisconsin, Madison, Vilas Scholarship