Michael Lindh



  • San Francisco


Michael Lindh conducts economic and financial analysis in matters involving securities, valuation, and financial institutions. Mr. Lindh supports clients through all phases of litigation and has worked across a range of industries, including financial services, healthcare, media, and technology. He has extensive experience analyzing complex, proprietary financial data. In addition to supporting economic and financial experts, he has worked with industry experts across multiple fields, including investment management and information technology.

Securities and valuation

Mr. Lindh has supported experts testifying in Rule 10b-5 and Section 11 disclosure cases involving common stock, preferred stock, and fixed income securities. Representative experience includes:

  • At the class certification stage, analyzing market efficiency, the impact of information on securities prices, and the adequacy of damages methodologies
  • Addressing issues of loss causation and damages
  • Consulting with clients on estimating aggregate damages in securities cases and preparing settlement benchmarking
  • Performing valuation analyses, including discounted cash flow (DCF) analyses of public and private companies
  • Supporting experts on bankruptcy and financial distress matters, including analyzing issues involving solvency
Financial institutions

Mr. Lindh has extensive experience consulting on cases involving financial institutions, notably matters related to alleged market manipulation and the valuation of various financial instruments. Representative experience includes:

  • Analyzing financial data, including fixed income securities, money market instruments, and financial derivatives, such as interest rate swaps and credit default swaps
  • Supporting experts addressing mutual fund and hedge fund performance issues
  • “Securities Law in Focus: A Look Ahead at the Shaping Litigation Trends in 2024,” Knowledge Webcasts, 20 February 2024