Mr. Groves is in his nineteenth year in litigation consulting, much of that time devoted to the management and implementation of sophisticated quantitative analysis. He is skilled in most data manipulation and regression packages, which he uses to synthesize large datasets with economic theory to derive meaningful and succinct results. He has extensive experience in antitrust matters, analyzing the impact of cartel price-fixing, refusals to deal, and monopolization claims. Mr. Groves has conducted analysis related to securities and other financial litigations, including class actions, stock option valuations, analysis of intraday trading and quoting behavior in the New York Stock Exchange and the NASDAQ markets, and profitability modeling. He also works with clients to understand the economic landscape of various industries at the pre-litigation stage, helping to provide a useful and factual quantitative and qualitative framework.
Mr. Groves is a CFA charterholder – a designation awarded based on professional achievement in the finance industry and the successful completion of comprehensive exams on a wide breadth of financial analysis topics. He has a BA from UC Berkeley in Political Economy of Industrial Societies and French. Mr. Groves has served as consultant to plaintiff and defendant counsel on a variety of matters, helping navigate through complex data issues and quantitative problems.