November 30, 2020

Volume X, Number 335

Amir Rozen

Amir Rozen focuses on litigation, regulatory matters, arbitration, and investigations related to a variety of financial markets, securities, damages, and accounting topics. Mr. Rozen has nearly fifteen years of experience working on complex financial economics and accounting issues, including cases in the United States, United Kingdom, and Europe. His broad expertise within financial services includes investment banks and advisors, hedge funds and mutual funds, private equity, and insurance firms.


  • Estimated damages in cases involving stocks, bonds, options, and other financial instruments
  • Assessed market efficiency
  • Examined the impact of material information on prices
  • Evaluated whether losses were the result of alleged misstatements and omissions
  • Examined the impact of market manipulation allegations on securities prices

Valuation and damages

  • Determined business enterprise values in connection with corporate transactions such as mergers and acquisitions, spin-offs, leveraged buyouts, and bankruptcy proceedings
  • Analyzed stocks, corporate debt, mortgage-backed securities, and structured debt products
  • Performed solvency analysis for companies in financial distress, restructuring, or bankruptcy
  • Evaluated capital structure and cost of capital for corporations and business transactions
  • Estimated lost profits from alleged breach of contract

Financial institutions

  • Examined capital market transactions
  • Analyzed factors related to trading activity in capital markets and investment practices of retail and institutional investors
  • Assessed the financial impact of alleged index manipulation
  • Evaluated the independence of equity research analysts
  • Examined the corporate governance structure of various financial institutions, including hedge funds, private equity firms, and broker-dealers


  • Evaluated the impact of accounting information in securities valuation
  • Examined the accounting treatment of complex transactions, such as securitizations, off-balance sheet financing, and consolidations
  • Assessed the impact of alleged accounting fraud on company financial statements

Prior to joining Cornerstone Research, Mr. Rozen was an adjunct instructor in the economics department at Columbia University. He also worked as an economist at a telecommunications company in Tel Aviv, Israel.

Articles in the National Law Review database by Amir Rozen


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