Amy Olitsky has extensive experience in the analysis of damages for commercial litigation matters involving intellectual property disputes, breach of contract, antitrust, commercial damages analyses, employment discrimination, and market manipulation.

She assists clients across industries including telecommunications, electronics and computing, pharmaceutical and biotechnology, online travel, and finance.

Ms. Olitsky has provided support for matters in federal and state courts and 337 investigations before the International Trade Commission. She is highly experienced in handling and analyzing large and complex databases, developing databases from complex and disparate sources, and extracting data from data suppliers.

Employment History

Square Z Consulting
Independent contractor
2006 – 2010

Cornerstone Research, Inc.
Senior manager
2002 – 2004
Manager
2000 – 2002
Associate
1999 – 2000

National Economic Research Associates (NERA)
Consultant
1996 – 1999

Chemical Banking Corporation
Assistant vice president, retail card services group
1993 – 1996

Price Waterhouse
Senior staff consultant
1990 – 1993

Employment Economics Inc.
Economic analyst
1988 – 1990

Marsh & McLennan, Inc.
Analyst
1986 – 1988

Areas of Expertise

Education

New York University
MA, Economics, 1991

The College of William and Mary
BA, Economics, 1986