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Jorge Baez specializes in providing expert economic advice in the areas of finance, securities, valuation, commercial litigation, and international arbitration. Mr. Baez’s testimony and advisory work has involved the valuation of securities and structured products including mortgage-backed securities and options; the analysis of stock, bond, swaps, and futures trading; due diligence of mutual funds, hedge funds, and pension plans; insider trading, Ponzi schemes, and FCPA investigations; and estimating damages and lost profits in merger disputes and breach of contract and tortious interference cases. He has analyzed issues relevant to class certification, market efficiency, price impact, materiality, loss causation, and damages in dozens of securities class actions, including Rule 10b-5 and Section 11, 12, and 14 cases, as well as in ERISA class actions.

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Mr. Baez’s work focuses on such industries as oil and gas, banking, healthcare, telecommunications, information technology, and real estate, as well as analyzing markets across different regions in Latin America. He has provided expert testimony at trials in US federal and state courts and in Spanish and Swiss courts, in addition to presenting to government regulators in the US and Mexico.

Mr. Baez manages projects in the economics of product liability and antitrust. He has estimated the number and value of claims likely to arise from allegedly defective or harmful products, including asbestos, talc, consumer goods, and medical products. He has analyzed economic issues arising from regulatory antitrust and competition investigations, including market definition, market dynamics, competition, and pricing.


  • MBA, Yale University
  • BA in economics and physics, Vassar College


  • Spanish