Ms. Stuckwisch is a Managing Director with Alvarez & Marsal Disputes and Investigations, LLC and is a member of the firm’s Executive Committee for Disputes and Investigations. Ms. Stuckwisch specializes in applied economics, finance, complex data, advanced quantitative methods, statistical sampling, and extrapolation methods. Ms. Stuckwisch has testified in Federal and state courts on damages in matters involving complex commercial litigation, class actions, employment litigation, intellectual property infringement, false advertising and Lanham Act violations, unfair competition, and fraud.
With over 25 years of professional experience as an engineer, forensic economist and litigation consultant, Ms. Stuckwisch works with clients across many industries including manufacturing, trucking, oil & gas, energy, computer software and hardware, computer architecture, operating systems, source code, design automation, semiconductor, software-as-a-service, consumer products, telecom, artificial intelligence, e-commerce, digital streaming, logistics, fleet telematics, waste & recycling, retail, medical devices, real estate, healthcare, biotech, food & beverage, chemicals, pharmaceuticals, financial services, gaming, fantasy sports, entertainment, education, aviation, shipbuilding, and defense.
Ms. Stuckwisch has testified, written expert reports, provided advice, and assisted clients throughout the litigation process in complex commercial litigation, consumer class actions, employment matters (individual, mass, collective and class actions), intellectual property, antitrust, environmental litigation, and securities litigation. Claims included breach of contract, patent infringement, trade secret misappropriation, trademark infringement, false advertising, Lanham Act violations, copyright disputes, bid rigging, price fixing, fraud, False Claims Act violations, lender liability, breach of fiduciary duty, unjust enrichment, unfair competition, legal malpractice, partnership disputes, insider trading, backdating stock options, ERISA violations, misrepresentation of financial statements, managed earnings, product liability, property value diminution, and natural resource damages.
As a guest lecturer at the Bren School of Environmental Science & Management at the University of California - Santa Barbara, Ms. Stuckwisch taught graduate level classes on the quantification of environmental damages including the use of regression analysis.
Ms. Stuckwisch has served as a public arbitrator in employment and securities matters and serves as Treasurer on the Board of Directors for Legal Services for Children.
Ms. Stuckwisch holds a Bachelor of Science in Mechanical Engineering, a Master of Science in Economics with a focus on econometrics and statistics, and a Master of Business Administration.