Mr. Ji specializes in the application of economics and finance to litigation matters in the areas of mergers and acquisitions, valuation, financial instruments, and tax. He has significant experience supporting academic and industrial experts as well as providing consulting assistance to clients. More recently, Mr. Ji has examined M&A bid premiums, public and private benefits of control, deal terms, negotiation processes, and consequences of breaching non-disclosure or standstill agreements. His valuation experience includes analyzing real estate, telecommunications, energy, public transportation, medical device, and bank intangible assets. Mr. Ji has managed case teams in matters involving foreign exchange trading, auction rate securities, and fixed income derivatives. He has analyzed the economic substance of various complex tax shelter transactions. In addition, Mr. Ji has provided econometric analyses in matters relating to accounting restatements or securities fraud. Mr. Ji is the coauthor of “Shrinking Merger Arbitrage Spread: Reasons and Implications,” published in Financial Analysts Journal.
Articles in the National Law Review database by Xinyu Ji