Ankura’s mass torts & class actions team has extensive experience providing strategic advice to all parties involved in complex litigation. Our team provides economic, financial, statistical, business analytics, and operational expertise to law firms and corporations, with a particular focus on mass torts and class actions. Our diverse and experienced professionals provide insight throughout the entire litigation life cycle, from initial strategic planning to settlement administration. We leverage our unique expertise and knowledge in a variety of industries, ranging from consumer goods to financial services, and have been involved in some of the largest cases in US history.
We combine a multidisciplinary approach with our vast experience to arrive at accurate and defensible estimates.
Having been involved in the global settlement process for many of the largest MDLs in history, our professionals are uniquely positioned to provide consulting services to all parties involved.
We rely on our significant depth in quantitative analytics and probabilistic modeling to provide our clients with the information they need to make critical decisions regarding litigation and resolution strategies.
We have significant experience designing complex algorithms that balance equitability and expediency.
We are viewed as trusted advisors to fiduciaries responsible for overseeing and preserving funds, and differentiate ourselves by approaching each engagement with the highly analytical perspective we have refined over many years of experience.
Ankura’s visual communications consulting group knows the power of visual persuasion. We understand how critical communication is to our clients’ reputations and in resolving significant business issues.
A data-driven and analytics-based approach can drive valuable insights through efficient identification and use of relevant data.
Our eDiscovery experts provide the technology and workflow solutions to assist our mass torts and class action experts identify fact patterns within email, chat, and business documents and produce large document populations to opposing parties to support multi-party litigation.