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Who is Cornerstone Research?

Cornerstone Research is a leading firm providing economic and financial consulting and expert testimony in all phases of complex litigation and regulatory proceedings. We work with an extensive network of prominent academic and industry experts. Our firm has earned a reputation for consistent high quality and effectiveness by delivering rigorous, state-of-the-art analysis for over twenty-five years.

What Makes Cornerstone Research Unique?

Our culture encourages individual initiative within a team-oriented, collaborative, and dynamic environment. We attract exceptional talent and support our staff with generous resources for professional development and leadership roles. The work we do is challenging and interesting and can have important implications for companies, as well as economic or financial government policy, around the world.

Why Cornerstone Research?

We strive to create a culture where all employees are valued. We have a long tradition of being an inclusive work environment and supporting a multigenerational and diverse team of professionals. Within our communities, our firmwide goal is to encourage and inspire a diverse future workforce by increasing financial literacy and technology skills among thousands of students, especially those in disadvantaged and under-supported communities.

For those who share our vision and values of high-quality work, commitment to our clients and experts, and support for one another and our communities, we offer an exciting, rewarding environment.

Our Work

We work on high-profile litigation, investigations, and regulatory matters. At Cornerstone Research you will work with clients from a variety of sectors such as finance, high-tech, media, telecom, biotech, energy, and consumer products. We also consult to government agencies and international regulatory bodies. We provide analysis and expert support on a range of issues, including:

  • Shareholder damages and settlements
  • Potential competitive effects of mergers
  • Impact of advertising on consumers
  • Energy and commodities market manipulation
  • Intellectual property and new technologies valuation
  • Failed financial institutions
  • Life sciences disputes

Read our case studies.