Ms. Maloney specializes in empirical economic and financial analyses related to market manipulation, antitrust, and securities litigation.

She examines issues involving financial technology, electronic transactions, electronic multi-sided platforms, and high-frequency trading and spoofing. Her work involves an array of industries, with a specialization in technology and broad experience related to pharmaceuticals, oil and natural gas, precious metals and other commodities, and financial instruments spanning multiple markets.

Ms. Maloney has extensive experience assessing loss causation, class certification, and damages in securities fraud matters. In market manipulation engagements, her expertise is focused on analyzing large ­– often multi-terabyte – datasets and developing applied econometric models. She has worked on matters concerning the alleged manipulation of benchmark rates, such as LIBOR and ISDAfix, currency exchange rates, volatility products, and credit products and derivatives.

In her technology-related work, Ms. Maloney has analyzed allegations of restrictive practices and price-fixing in matters related to mobile apps, internet advertising, payments systems, digital platforms, and more. Prior to joining Brattle, Ms. Maloney was a director at an international economics consulting firm, and she previously worked as a senior consultant at an economics firm in Chicago. While at Northwestern University, Ms. Maloney taught undergraduate corporate finance.


Northwestern University, MS in Finance (ABD)

The University of Chicago, BA in Mathematics & History of Science