June 15, 2021

Volume XI, Number 166

Ravi Sinha

Ravi Sinha has more than ten years of experience working with clients and experts to address complex financial and valuation issues. He has analyzed market efficiency, class certification, valuation, and aggregate damages across a variety of matters involving debt, equity, and derivative securities. Mr. Sinha has worked on a variety of merger and acquisition matters. He also has experience in valuing intangible assets such as patents and trademarks. Mr. Sinha is experienced in all phases of litigation, including deposition, mediation, and trial. He has managed large case teams and has worked with multiple experts.

Mr. Sinha’s casework has spanned a range of industries, including financial institutions, pharmaceuticals, technology, and consumer products. He has worked on several notable cases, including the AOL Time Warner Inc. Securities LitigationMetropolitan Creditors’ Trust et al. v. Ernst & Young, and CSX v. TCI et al.

Mr. Sinha’s securities experience includes multiple Rule 10b-5 and Section 11 class actions, including those involving options and other derivative securities. In these cases, he has led teams that have addressed market efficiency, loss causation, and the applicability of various methods to calculate aggregate damages. He has worked on intellectual property cases involving damages associated with patents, trade secrets, and copyright disputes. Mr. Sinha’s experience also includes calculating damages related to improper revenue recognition, bankruptcy, earnings restatements, material omissions, and disputed merger terms.

Many of Mr. Sinha’s recent cases have involved the credit crisis and valuation issues related to mortgage-backed securities and collateralized debt obligations. These cases have addressed class certification in the residential mortgage-backed securities (RMBS) market, valuation of particular tranches of RMBS offerings, and the adequacy of risk disclosures in private placements of commercial mortgage-backed securities offerings.


Articles in the National Law Review database by Ravi Sinha