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Daniel Molon is a Manager in the Mass Torts Practice. His primary focus is on damage claims valuation and bankruptcy consultation related to PFAS and talc litigation. He has considerable experience in developing economic forecasting models, environmental impact studies, data visualization, and data analysis.

Prior to joining Bates White, Mr. Molon developed the Federal Reserve Board’s latest recession probability model utilizing machine learning algorithms and presented alternative scenario simulations to the Federal Open Market Committee. He has also directed environmental impact studies as well as authored expert reports in environmental damage and the related economic impact, developed industry-leading business intelligence platforms, led economic forecasting, and supervised projects on topics ranging from taxation and public financing to clean energy transition and labor market dynamics, among others. The results of Mr. Molon’s work have been cited in the Wall Street Journal, Forbes, Reuters, and CNN.


MS, Economics, Tufts University

BA, Economics, Washington and Lee University


Selected Work

Selected Experience

  • Supported expert analysis and managed the team tasked with quantifying damage claims and allocation issues related to PFAS contamination for multiple companies.
  • Provided due diligence and financial valuation for a pharmaceutical merger.
  • Supported testifying expert in assessing the value of pending and future asbestos-related personal injury claims on behalf of the debtors in In re Aldrich Pump LLC, et al.
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