Amy Brockman is a Senior Managing Director at Ankura Consulting Group based in Washington, DC. Ms. Brockman is an expert in applying statistical and mathematical modeling techniques to solve quantitative litigation and environmental problems in legal and business arenas. She has over twenty-five years of experience in litigation services consulting and environmental sciences and health support.
Ms. Brockman’s primary focus is the estimation of the volume, timing, and total indemnity of future product liability claims using actuarial and epidemiological models. She has estimated current and future liabilities for solvent companies and during bankruptcy proceedings. Ms. Brockman has over twenty years of experience in applying her statistical expertise to the analysis of product liability claims in many different industries involved in mass tort litigation and class actions.
Ms. Brockman also leads the firm’s activities in data analytics and sample survey design and implementation. For the past twenty years she has led large quantitative analysis efforts in support of contract dispute litigation, large property claims, government regulation, environmental and health issues, and the establishment of asbestos trusts.
Ms. Brockman has consulted for law firms, corporations, governments, and trusts. Her clients include Kirkland & Ellis, Jones Day, Morgan Lewis, W.R. Grace, Dow Chemical Corporation, Armstrong World Industries, Specialty Products Holding Corp, and Pittsburgh Corning.
Before joining ARPC, Ms. Brockman worked at KPMG where she led large quantitative modeling projects. Prior to her work at KPMG, she was a statistical consultant at SAIC in the environmental field.
Ms. Brockman has a Bachelors of Science and Masters degree in Statistics, both from the Virginia Polytechnic Institute and State University.