Rayna Paunova specializes in applying economics and statistics to complex business litigation. She has consulted on a variety of matters including employment, false claims, antitrust and international arbitration matters. She has particular expertise in employment-related litigation support and consulting, including matters involving federal and state wage-and-hour compliance issues as well as false claims cases involving Medicare fraud. Ms. Paunova has been involved in all phases of the litigation process, from pretrial discovery to expert report and deposition preparation and has extensive experience assembling, managing and analyzing large and complex databases as well as designing and implementing statistical and econometric models.
M.A. in Economics, University of California, Los Angeles
B.A. in Economics, Occidental College
Econ One, 2011-Present
Analysis Group, 2006-2009