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  • Additional States: District Of Columbia and Virginia
  • Company: Joseph I. Rosenberg, CFA, LLC
  • Phone: 301-802-0617
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Specialties & Experience of this Expert Witness

General Specialties:

Economics and Financial

Keywords/Search Terms:

Damage Awards; Lost Profits; Loss of Earnings; Loss of Earning Capacity; Loss of Household Services; Divorce Financial Analysis; Annuity Valuation Analysis; Marital Property Division; Pension Valuation; Loss of Employee Benefits; Damaged Employment Prospects;


MBA-Finance, Accounting & Statistics, University of Chicago; MA-Economics, Virginia Polytechnic Institute; MPA-Public Administration, University of Massachusetts; BA-Political Science, Northeastern University

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Additional Information

As a Forensic Economist, Mr. Rosenberg provides litigation support both plaintiff and defense, in cases of personal injury (PI); wrongful death (WD); wrongful termination (WT); commercial damages/business interruption/lost profits; professional/medical malpractice; mortgage fraud; damaged credit; and other torts in many state and federal jurisdictions throughout the country. For PI, WD, and WT cases, this includes calculating the present value of damage awards for losses of earning capacity, various employee benefits, household services, and life care plan valuations as appropriate, for past and future time periods. Mr. Rosenberg is a widely recognized expert in various topics. These include discount rate methodologies to calculate damage awards, methodologies applied to medical price inflation forecasting, and pension treatment under the collateral source rule. He has been published seven times in peer-reviewed journals on topics related to this important issue, twice in the Journal of Forensic Economics, three times in The Earnings Analyst, and once in the Journal of Legal Economics. Mr. Rosenberg also has been invited to make a number of presentations to his peers and has been a chosen panel discussant at several forensic economics conferences in recent years. In addition, he has been asked to be on several panels of economic experts at conferences addressing this topic, as well as being asked to write an article in the Expert Opinion of The Forecast, the newsletter of the National Association of Forensic Economics, on the “Current Interest Rate” method of discounting damage awards. Mr. Rosenberg has been invited to make a number of presentations to his peers or has been a chosen panel discussant at forensic economics conferences in recent years: • Allied Social Sciences Association Annual Conference/National Association of Forensic Economists program (ASSA/NAFE), in 2013, 2014, 2016, 2017, 2019, and 2021; • Annual Conference of Collegium of Pecuniary Damages Experts (CPDE), in 2013, 2014, 2015, and 2019; • Eastern Economics Association Annual Conference/ National Association of Forensic Economists program (EEA/NAFE), in 2011, 2012 and 2016. Mr. Rosenberg holds an MBA from University of Chicago in finance, accounting and statistics, an MA from Virginia Polytechnic Institute in Economics, and has held the Chartered Financial Analyst (CFA) designation since 1999.