Jeremy Marmer, PhD, is Vice President with Global Economics Group LLC and specializes in engagements regarding securities fraud valuation, labor and discrimination, and financial regulation.
- Jeremy Marmer
- Vice President, Chicago
- (312) 470-6503
- Securities, Valuation, and General Damages
He has more than ten years of experience in litigation consulting.
Mr. Marmer has served as an expert assisting companies with reduction in force and OFCCP matters, and has analyzed pay growth, promotion, termination, and hiring issues as part of large, class action labor discrimination cases. He has also served as an expert assisting companies to comply with mutual fund FINRA regulatory matters such as NAV transfer and Class B and C remediation.
Mr. Marmer holds PhD and MA degrees in Sociology from the University of North Carolina at Chapel Hill and was trained as a demographer at the Carolina Population Center. He has a BS in Economics and a BA in Sociology from the University of Pennsylvania.
Securities Fraud Valuation
- Managed class action securities investigations including analyses for market efficiency, materiality, loss causation, and damages.
- Evaluated gains and unjust enrichment from vested accelerated options using the Black-Scholes option pricing model.
Labor and Discrimination
- Produced detailed reports on representative hiring pools for various companies to satisfy OFCCP regulations.
- Directed the analysis of potential disparate impact by race, sex, and age regarding proposed reduction in force matters for a variety of clients including large pharmaceutical and computer hardware companies.
- Examined wages, wage growth, hiring, promotion, and termination rates, using corporate payroll records in many industries including agri-businesses, pharmaceuticals, insurance, and printing. Extensive experience with HRIS, PeopleSoft and other payroll data.
- Analyzed time card patterns including breaks, meals, and punch in and out data for a major retailer.
- Estimated regular wages and overtime pay under traditional and flexible work week plans in an FLSA wage dispute involving cargo inspectors.
- Expert consultant for large financial planning firms with regard to FINRA mandated B and C share class mutual fund remediation as well as NAV Transfer issues. Tested hypothetical scenarios to guide negotiations regarding the AWCs. Led the creation of a share tracking program to follow hypothetical investments through transfers, mergers, and exchanges as part of conversion and cash calculations, which in turn were used to alter investment portfolios and disburse checks to account holders.
- Replicated and analyzed complex residual models stemming from home equity securitizations and performed sensitivity analyses on the models.