Dr. Tiago Duarte-Silva is a testifying expert who advises on damages assessments, with a focus on valuation and financial markets. He is also an Adjunct Professor at Boston College, where he teaches valuation. Over the past two decades, he has focused on damages, valuation, and related issues, while in investment banking and at CRA, where he has advised investors and provided written and oral testimony or expert advice in more than fifty cases.
He has provided expert opinions and testified at trial, hearing, and deposition in domestic and international arbitration (incl. ICSID, UNCITRAL, ICC, AAA), in foreign litigation (Brazilian and Australian courts), in US litigation (federal and state courts), and before the US Department of Commerce.
His expertise in commercial and investment disputes focuses on lost value or profits due to direct or indirect expropriation, breach of contract or representations, and irreparable harm, as well as valuations related to countervailing duties, appraisal actions, minority shareholder oppression, and various kinds of M&A disputes.
He also has considerable experience in securities and other financial markets disputes, such as advising on market manipulation matters, fraud-on-the-market assessments, damages or settlement analyses within Rule 10b-5 and Section 11 matters, and insider trading.
- PhD, Finance, University of Rochester
- MS, Applied Economics, University of Rochester
- MS, Finance, Universidade Católica Portuguesa
- Licenciatura, (BA) Business Administration, Universidade Católica Portuguesa