For over 15 years, Ms. Smajlovic has advised clients (businesses, investors, sovereign governments and their counsel) on matters involving claims of lost profits, impaired or expropriated business or investment value, diminished property value and fraud. She also has significant experience evaluating and mining large or complex data sets or document productions in both privileged and expert consulting roles, and with the evaluation of class certification issues.
Ms. Smajlovic has advised clients on both contentious and non-contentious matters across numerous industries including oil and gas, real estate, agribusiness, financial institutions, telecom, renewables, chemicals, retail and manufacturing among others.
She has quantified or assessed economic damages in disputes heard before U.S. state and federal courts, and in international commercial and investor-state disputes under various forums including ICSID, ICC, and SIAC, and under UNCITRAL arbitration rules.
Ms. Smajlovic earned a bachelor’s degree in finance and business honors from the University of Texas at Austin. She is a Certified Valuation Analyst, a Certified Fraud Examiner, and a member of ArbitralWomen and the Women’s Energy Network of Houston.