Professional Profile ...
John Gould, Ph.D.
Vice President, Boston
John Gould, head of the Boston office, has consulted on cases involving a wide range of finance-related issues, including securities class actions, mutual funds, bankruptcy, and derivative securities. He leads the securities practice and is also responsible for Cornerstone Research's Securities Class Action Clearinghouse analysis with Stanford Law School.
Dr. Gould has addressed issues such as loss causation, damages estimation, class certification, insider trading, share repurchases, and acquisitions in more than one hundred securities cases. He has supported faculty and industry experts in preparing testimony and has assisted attorneys in identifying and understanding potential liability and damages issues. In addition, he has served as a damages expert in settlement negotiations. Dr. Gould also has focused on issues associated with mutual fund market timing, mutual fund expense ratios, and complex securities such as convertible bonds, interest rate swaps, and collateralized mortgage obligations.
Dr. Gould is the coauthor of "Market Maker Activity on Nasdaq: Implications for Trading Volume," published in the inaugural issue of the Stanford Journal of Law, Business & Finance . This analysis has been used by plaintiff and defendant experts to estimate damages in securities cases.
Ph.D., University of California, Los Angeles;
M.B.A., Georgetown University;
B.A., Emory University
Dr. Gould can be contacted at:
John Gould, Ph.D.|
Vice President — Boston Office
T (617) 927-3000
Email: John Gould, Ph.D. email@example.com
2004 Securities Class Action Filings Study
2005 Securities Class Action Filings Study
2006 Securities Class Action Case Filings
2006 Mid-Year Assessment: Securities Class Action Filings
2007 Securities Class Action Case Filings
2007 Mid-Year Assessment: Securities Class Action Case Filings
2008 Mid-Year Assessment: Securities Class Action Case Filings
2008 Securities Class Action Case Filings
Revised: February 8, 2009 TAF
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