Elizabeth Eccher to principal at Analysis Group, which provides economic, financial and business expertise to law firms, corporations, and government agencies. The former vice president and specialist in accounting, financial analysis and valuation is an expert in commercial disputes involving the proper application of accounting principles. Her consulting experience includes damages estimation for lost sales, cost analyses, business valuations, financial analyses for transfer pricing and interpretation and application of financial accounting standards and terminology. Eccher's work has included the calculation of lost profits in breach of contract and unfair competition cases in the high-speed rail, software and pharmaceuticals industries; an analysis of the organizational and financial aspects of a service supply contract for a U.S. Department of Transportation hearing; and an evaluation of interdivisional transfer prices for an automotive firm. Before joining Analysis Group, Eccher taught financial and managerial accounting at MIT's Sloan School of Management. She has Ph.D. in accounting and information systems from Northwestern University; an M.S. in industrial administration from Purdue University; and a B.A. in economics from Dominican University.
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