Alvarez & Marsal has appointed David Paris as a Senior Director in its Economic Litigation Practice. Paris brings 25 years of experience in economic litigation to strengthen the practice and is entrusted to take a hands-on approach to the role.
Key positions held by David Paris include being the Director at Huron Consulting Group for three years, starting in 2005. In 2008 he joined financial advisory firm Stout Risius Ross as the firm’s Managing Director. In 2013 while still at Stout Risius Ross, Paris became a board member at One World Education – a role he still holds today. Paris’ various roles have seen him build-up 25 years’ experience addressing damages and competition issues in complex commercial disputes in US courts and arbitration proceedings – involving issues such as patent and trademark infringement, antitrust violation, breach of contract, business interruption and tortious interference.
As part of his career Paris has provided expert testimony on damages and competition issues as well as conducting economic market analysis for client in a wide range of industries.
Paris holds a Master’s degree in Applied Economics from the University of Michigan and a Bachelor’s degree in in Economics from The George Washington University.
Alvarez & Marsal
As part of the expansion of its Global Forensic and Dispute Services unit, Alvarez & Marsal (A&M) hired Paris as a Senior Director in its Economic Litigation Practice in Washington, D.C. “David’s expertise in this area [economic litigation] and hands on approach will be invaluable to a range of clients involved in complex intellectual property disputes,” comments Steven Schwartz, who heads the Economic Litigation Practice at Alvarez & Marsal.