Dr. Sandy is a financial economist with over 15 years of consulting and professional experience in investigations and litigation.

Dr. Sandy has experience in consumer financial protection, consumer deception and discrimination, corporate governance, executive compensation, market efficiency, proxy voting, fund tracing, unintended consequences of artificial intelligence and machine learning, valuations, and white-collar investigations. With expertise in complex data analysis, Dr. Sandy frequently works with diverse big datasets and reviews complex computer programs and models.

In his consulting experience, Dr. Sandy has worked with clients and experts in all phases of litigation. He has been involved in several high-profile cases with favorable client outcomes, including US v. Samuel Bankman-Fried, the $92.5 million Starz/Lionsgate merger settlement, and the $298 million damages verdict for US Department of Justice vs. Allied Home Mortgage Corporation.

Dr. Sandy has worked with US regulators such as the Consumer Finance Protection Bureau, Department of Justice, Federal Trade Commission, Internal Revenue Services, and the Securities and Exchange Commission, as well as numerous corporations. These clients often retain him to work on complex securities cases, financial fraud, deceptive advertising, and valuation disputes. He has worked on matters related to fair lending, mortgage loan servicing, the Truth in Lending Act (TILA), Regulation E, and unfair, deceptive, or abusive acts or practices (UDAAP).

Prior to joining Brattle, Dr. Sandy was an assistant professor of finance at the University of Missouri, where he taught undergraduate and graduate-level courses in investments. His research has been published in Law360 and Colorado Technology Law Journal and featured on the Harvard Law School Forum on Corporate Governance and Financial Regulation as well as on MarketWatch.

Dr. Sandy also uses his economic and financial skills to assist underserved members of the community, and he started Brattle’s formal pro bono program.


The University of Chicago Booth School of Business
PhD in Finance and MBA

Massachusetts Institute of Technology
Masters of Engineering in Electrical Engineering and Computer Science, BS in Computer Science and Engineering, and BS in Management Science