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David Ogilvie is an economist with expertise in finance, damage quantification and economic loss, and business valuation. He applies over a decade of experience analyzing economic and financial issues in securities class actions, fraud, commercial damages, antitrust, intellectual property, and personal injury litigations and in non-litigation business valuation matters to provide clients with results they can trust.


In shareholder class actions and related shareholder disputes, Mr. Ogilvie advises on issues including economic materiality, market efficiency, stock price inflation, and the quantification of damages. He has extensive experience with shareholder disputes under Ontario and Quebec statutory schemes and cross-border disputes for securities traded publicly in Canada and the US.

Mr. Ogilvie's work spans a wide range of industries, countries, and issues. He has conducted economic analyses for shareholder class actions and commercial damages litigation in industries including mining and minerals, energy, pharmaceuticals, finance, and cannabis in Canada and the US. Mr. Ogilvie has also conducted economic analyses in antitrust matters related to amateur athletics, manufacturing, and transportation in the US and in intellectual property matters including disputes before the Copyright Board of Canada. He has conducted business valuations, defamation loss analyses, and personal economic loss analyses and developed predictive settlement models.

Mr. Ogilvie is a Chartered Business Valuator. 


  • MSc in economics and mathematical economics, London School of Economics
  • BA in economics, The University of Western Ontario


  • Chartered Business Valuator (CBV)