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25+ years engineering, economics and financial consulting and expert testimony
Testified in Federal and State Courts on applied economics, damages and remedies in matters involving patent infringement, the Lanham Act, false advertising, trade secret theft, class actions, employment litigation, fraud and complex commercial litigati
Earned a bachelor’s degree in mechanical engineering from the University of Texas, an MBA and a master’s degree in economics with a concentration in econometrics and statistics from Arizona State University
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Sue Stuckwisch is a Managing Director with Alvarez & Marsal Disputes and Investigations, LLC and is a member of the firm’s Executive Committee for Disputes and Investigations.

Ms. Stuckwisch specializes in economics, finance, data analytics, advanced quantitative methods and statistics. With more than 25 years of professional experience as an engineer, a forensic economist and a litigation consultant, Ms. Stuckwisch has worked with clients across a wide range of industries including computer software and hardware, retail, healthcare, financial services, real estate, medical devices, education, consumer products, energy, utilities, entertainment, food and beverage, chemicals and defense.

Ms. Stuckwisch has testified, written expert reports, provided advice and assisted clients throughout the litigation process in intellectual property, class actions, complex commercial litigation, employment (individual, collective and class actions) and antitrust. These matters involved claims of patent infringement, trade secret misappropriation, trademark infringement, false advertising, copyright disputes, price fixing, lender liability, breach of contract, breach of fiduciary duty, claims of unfair competition, predatory lending, securities class actions, product liability and environmental litigation.

In addition, she testifies in cases involving Fair Labor Standards Act / state law violations such as unpaid overtime, misclassification, rest and meal break violations, tipping violations, inappropriate clock rounding, off-the-clock work and improper regular rate calculations. Ms. Stuckwisch has evaluated class certification claims through data analysis and has developed regression models and other statistically valid tests to analyze claims filed under Title VII and the Equal Pay Act.

Ms. Stuckwisch has served as a public arbitrator in employment and securities matters and has written publications that have been included in the “Litigation Services Handbook: The Role of Financial Expert and Environmental Compliance Litigation Strategy.” Ms. Stuckwisch serves as Treasurer on the Board of Directors for Legal Services for Children.