Gary Stahlberg has more than sixteen years of professional consulting experience in finance, economics, intellectual property, and corporate governance. He has collaborated extensively with prominent academics and other recognized authorities to advise private and government clients in matters related to complex business litigation, regulation, and commercial damages.
Mr. Stahlberg has advised counsel and regulatory personnel in some of the largest securities, bankruptcy, merger review, and antitrust proceedings in history. He has worked with the US Department of Justice, Securities Exchange Commission, and Federal Trade Commission, as well as Fortune 100 corporations and many Top 100 law firms in the United States. He has a particular interest in the discipline of corporate governance, and he has advised directors, boards, and their counsel in matters involving alleged breaches of fiduciary duty, corporate distress, alter ego, and the assessment of policies and controls for risk management.
Mr. Stahlberg routinely leads the project administration of large litigation consulting matters, including those requiring multiple experts and offices. He has also been accepted as an expert witness and has submitted testimony in state court on issues regarding antitrust, commercial damages, and class certification.
Columbia University, Business School
University of California at Berkeley, Haas School of Business
University of North Carolina at Chapel Hill
BA, Philosophy, 1993
BA, English Literature, 1993
Finance Scholars Group
2008 - 2014
2004 - 2008
KeyPoint Consulting, LLC
2000 - 2004
PM Industrial Economics, Inc.
1998 - 2000
Kellogg, Huber, Hansen, Todd & Evans, PLLC
1994 - 1997
American Bar Association
National Association of Corporate Directors