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  • CarGurus retained Bates White to perform an analysis of US vehicle listing platforms. Millions of passenger vehicles and light trucks are sold in the United States each month, the vast majority by car dealerships. The analysis compares three ...

  • In an intellectual property matter involving music royalty payments, processed and analyzed daily stream counts for tens of millions of tracks of music. Client was interested in, among other things, the entry of new tracks and the distribution ...

  • In 2016, Karl Snow testified as the damages expert on behalf of plaintiffs in Mastr Adjustable Rate Mortgages Trust 2006-OA2, et al. v. UBS Real Estate Securities, a residential mortgage-backed securities (RMBS) matter. Plaintiffs alleged ...

  • In a contractual dispute between a hospital and a vendor, Ben Scher was retained to automate a process to create a database from unstructured information. Wrote algorithms to convert thousands of pages of qualitative information and data ...

  • Bates White's expert testified on issues involving sampling, damages, and materiality in a put-back RMBS matter. Drew a sample to be used throughout the course of the litigation and used that sample to calculate damages suffered by the ...

  • Providing expert testimony for multiple financial institutions in disputes over the quality of mortgages pooled into various mortgage-backed securities. Providing statistical analysis to estimate the fraction of mortgage loans in the ...

  • In Ambac v. EMC, provided expert testimony on behalf of Ambac Assurance Corporation (Ambac) in a dispute with JPMorgan Chase over residential mortgage-backed securities (RMBS). Ambac alleged that 11 RMBS sponsored by EMC Mortgage LLC (EMC), a ...

  • The Supreme Court has affirmed the opinion of the US Court of Appeals for the Second Circuit in favor of American Express (Amex), largely adopting the approach to market definition and analysis of competitive effects put forth by Bates White ...

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