Richard Caldwell has extensive experience in economic and financial analysis and valuation across a broad range of industries, from electric power and natural gas to banking and credit cards. He regularly provides advice on litigation matters, and has supported expert witnesses and assisted attorneys on all phases of case management and strategy.
Mr. Caldwell’s recent project experience includes: co-authoring testimony before the UK Competition Commission on the profitability of store cards; preparing expert testimony that was submitted in an international arbitration concerning the cancellation of a major power plant project; advising a large Spanish corporation on capital budgeting during the credit crisis; and contributing to a damages analysis related to the expropriation of a major oil field in Latin America.
Damages in Competition/Antitrust Arbitrations
November 22, 2016
Published in Global Arbitration Review’s (GAR) Guide to Damages in International Arbitration
Review of Approaches to Estimate a Reasonable Rate of Return for Investments in Telecoms Networks in Regulatory Proceedings and Options for EU Harmonization
July 18, 2016
Prepared for the European Commission’s Directorate-General for Communications Networks, Content and Technology (DG Connect)
A report offering guidelines for EU-based National Regulatory Authorities (NRAs) to use when calculating an allowed rate of return—typically the weighted average cost of capital (WACC)—for electronic telecommunications operators with significant market power (SMP).
A Subject of Interest: Pre-award Interest Rates in International Arbitration
June 1, 2015
Published by The Brattle Group, Inc.
Towards Non-binding Guidance for Courts: The Oxera Report and the Quantification of Antitrust Damages
Published in Journal of European Competition Law & Practice
The Cost of Capital for the Nor-Ned Cable
Published by The Brattle Group, Ltd
Cambridge University, M. Eng., Civil Engineering and B.A., Engineering