Adel Turki heads the firm’s securities practice and consults primarily on cases involving derivatives, complex securities, and valuation issues. He also has analyzed damages issues in antitrust, breach of contract, Employee Retirement Income Security Act (ERISA), and wrongful termination cases. In addition to serving as an expert, Dr. Turki also consults on economic and financial issues in complex cases and assists attorneys with identifying and supporting experts with specialized expertise in a wide variety of matters.
Dr. Turki’s trial experience includes NL Industries v. Maxxam, NL Industries v. Lockheed Corp., Kahn v. Tremont, Equity-Linked Investors v. Thomas H. Adams et al., IBP, Inc. v. Tyson Foods, Inc., and DiFelice v. US Airways, Inc. He provided consulting and expert support for attorneys representing the more than thirty defendant brokerage firms in the NASDAQ antitrust litigation.
Dr. Turki has published articles on the use of options to value new ventures and on the risk-return tradeoff in projects backed by venture capital. He was on the faculty of Stanford University, Purdue University, and the University of Maryland.