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Josephine Duh is a Senior Associate at The Brattle Group, a global economics and financial consulting firm, and Co-Lead of Brattle’s Healthcare & Life Sciences practice. She specializes in applying economics and statistical approaches in litigation and regulatory proceedings. Jo has testified in federal court as a summary witness and provided expert testimony in which she applied econometric methods to analyze allegations of medical overbilling. In litigation support, Jo’s casework often involves working with large, complex datasets and a range of tools including statistical analyses and valuation models.
Her recent engagements include supporting Nobel Laureate Prof. Dan McFadden on damages in United States, et al. ex rel. Bilotta v. Novartis Pharm. Corp.; estimating proof of claims on behalf of a group of States in connection with the Purdue Pharma Bankruptcy; and analyzing labor substitutability on behalf of the Writers Guild of America in William Morris Endeavor Entertainment, LLC v. Writers Guild of America, West, Inc. et al. Jo has a Ph.D. in Economics from Princeton University, where she shared an office with Dean and Mike, and B.S. in Economics from MIT. At Princeton, Jo studied community effects of global health interventions.