2022 Vault Rankings
At a Glance
“Culture, colleagues, interesting and dynamic work.”
”Many possible paths for a successful career.”
“Solving interesting problems with wonderful people.”
“Clients are demanding which can make for an unpredictable schedule.”
“Senior management is reluctant to embrace a virtual work environment.”
“Sometimes the hours can be intense, but over all there is good work-life balance.”
“Leading economics consulting firm.”
“Well-respected litigation consulting.”
“Very intelligent people.”
About Analysis Group
Analysis Group provides expertise in economics, finance, health care analytics, and strategy to top law firms, Fortune Global 500 companies, global health care corporations, and government agencies. Much of the firm’s work is grounded in economic analysis – whether that involves a quantitative assessment related to litigation, quantifying the impact of disease on the economy, or developing a model for a client’s corporate strategic planning exercise.
Analysis Group has provided litigation support for lawyers at more than 500 global law firms, and has consulted to general counsel and senior executives at a number of Fortune 100 companies. The firm also has a robust health care practice.
For law firms, Analysis Group’s consultants help with pretrial discovery, development of economic and financial models, preparation of testimony, critique of opposing experts’ analyses, and provision of expert testimony.
Corporate and government clients call on the firm for help with a variety of business issues, including company and asset valuations, cost-effectiveness analyses, market and competition analyses, intellectual property matters, and tax issues. The firm’s large and growing health care practice integrates outcomes research, epidemiology, drug safety studies, and pricing and product strategy, as well as litigation support.
Unique Structure, Unique Results
Former Arthur D. Little consultants Bruce Stangle and Michael Koehn founded Analysis Group in 1981 in Belmont, MA. The two Ph.D. economists sought to fuse academic practice with business litigation consulting by applying economic research to distill complex situations into narratives with powerful effect when introduced at trials. Their goal was to create a uniquely collaborative environment. For each client engagement, Analysis Group’s professionals are grouped into teams, which are tailored to the needs of the project and the client. Often, these teams are supplemented by academic or industry experts from the firm’s external network.
At the beginning, the firm primarily consulted on mergers and acquisitions. Today, its consultants – working from 14 offices across the globe – have experience in all areas of economics as it applies to the legal and business world. This includes securities, health care, energy, intellectual property, antitrust, and commercial litigation and damages.
The firm adheres to four operating tenets, which give shape to its business philosophy. The first is access: Analysis Group maintains close ties to specialists – top minds in academia, leaders in their respective industries, and government insiders – to ensure that clients have access to the best people and ideas. Consultants work closely with a network of such experts to offer clients quantitative analysis and hands-on experience to help overcome business and legal hurdles. The second is collaboration: The firm encourages strong relationships within consulting teams and between teams and clients – which ultimately improves communication, effectiveness, and satisfaction. The third is responsiveness: The firm is able to rapidly identify specialized experts for a case, and employs a flexible structure that allows teams to quickly scale up or down as needed. The final tenet is pragmatism: Analysis Group believes all strategies should focus on relevant, applicable solutions in the business or legal world.
111 Huntington Avenue
Boston, MA 02199
Phone: (617) 425-8000
Employer Type: Private
CEO & Chairman: Martha S. Samuelson
President: Pierre Y. Cremieux
Boston, MA (HQ)
London, United Kingdom
Antitrust & Competition
Bankruptcy & Insolvency
Data Science & Statistical Modeling
Government & Corporate Investigations
Labor & Employment
Strategy, Policy & Analytics
Surveys & Experimental Studies
Transaction & Governance Litigation
Energy & Environment
HEOR, Epidemiology & Market Access
Media, Entertainment & Communications
Privacy & Data Security
Securities, Financial Products & Institutions