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Edward Flores is an economist who specializes in securities litigation and asset valuation disputes. He provides support to expert testimony and leads consulting projects advising clients on economic issues in securities class actions.

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In securities class actions, Mr. Flores has conducted economic, financial, and statistical analyses examining issues such as market efficiency and class certification, assessing materiality and loss causation, and estimating damages across equity, debt, and derivative securities. As part of mediations, he has assisted clients on damages and settlement analyses under Rule 10b-5, Section 11, and Section 12. His experience spans several industries, including pharmaceuticals, financial services, information technology, consumer goods, and energy. In addition, he has worked on matters involving the valuation of complex securities and companies.

Mr. Flores has written articles on market efficiency and trends in securities class actions and has presented his findings at events providing CLE credits to attorneys. He is also a co-author of NERA’s annual publication on recent trends in US securities class action litigation.


  • MA in statistics, Columbia University
  • BS in economics and mathematics, Massachusetts Institute of Technology