Suzanne Stuckwisch
Managing Director
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20+ years engineering, economics and financial consulting and expert testimony
Testified in Federal and State Courts as well as arbitration in employment litigation, patent infringement, trade secret theft and fraud matters
Served as a public arbitrator in securities and employment matters
Holds a bachelor's degree in Mechanical Engineering, a Master's in Business Administration and a Master's of Science in Economics with a concentration in econometrics
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Suzanne Stuckwisch is a Managing Director with Alvarez & Marsal Disputes and Investigations in San Francisco and New York. Ms. Stuckwisch specializes in economics, statistics, data analytics and financial analysis. Her work focuses on matters involving labor and employment disputes, intellectual property infringement and complex commercial litigation. She has testified in federal and state courts, as well as arbitration in patent infringement, trade secret theft, employment litigation and fraud matters.

With more than 18 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 technology, medical devices, software, telecom, real estate, retail, healthcare, education, financial services, consumer products, energy, food and beverage, chemicals and defense.

Ms. Stuckwisch has experience on a wide array of labor issues. She has analyzed claims of Fair Labor Standards Act violations such as unpaid overtime, misclassification, rest and meal break violations, inappropriate clock rounding, off-the-clock work and improper regular rate calculations. In addition, she has evaluated class certification claims through sampling, data analysis and statistical analysis. She has developed regression models and other statistically valid tests to analyze claims filed under Title VII and Equal Pay Act. She has testified in state courts and arbitration on various employment-related matters.

Ms. Stuckwisch has estimated damages in trade secret, patent, trademark and copyright disputes. In addition, she has directed the economic analysis of alleged price fixing in various industries for purposes of opposition to class certification and damages. She has testified in federal court on trade secret theft and patent infringement cases.

Ms. Stuckwisch has quantified damages in class action cases alleging revenue recognition, insider trading, stock option backdating, the use of adverse non-public information and the omission or misrepresentation of material facts. She has also developed hedonic models to test for and quantify property value diminution damages in numerous class action matters brought against oil and gas, chemical and other energy companies.

Ms. Stuckwisch earned a bachelor's degree in mechanical engineering and master's degrees in economics and business administration. She serves as a public arbitrator in employment and securities matters and has written publications that have been included in Litigation Services Handbook: The Role of Financial Expert and Environmental Compliance Litigation Strategy.