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WWL Ranking: Recommended

WWL says

David Waterfield is “a thoughtful and extremely hard-working practitioner”, effuse clients – one of whom notes, “David has a very analytical mind, which he couples with an ability to talk your language.” 

Biography

David is a director in AlixPartners’ litigation data analytics team in London. He has over 15 years’ experience as a consultant, working with clients on their most complex and high-profile matters, specialising in the forensic extraction, interpretation and analysis of complex and disparate data sets, specifically in the context of legal disputes and regulatory investigations. David frequently works alongside the firm’s economics consulting and forensic accounting teams, providing expert analysis of datasets in order to re-create historical events, analyse patterns of behaviour and model alternative (counterfactual) scenarios. Increasingly David is using data visualisation tools and techniques to help simplify otherwise complex analysis and arguments. His team has also developed tools that present unstructured data (eg, web chat and emails) alongside related structured data (eg, financial data), which gives a holistic picture of historical events.
WWL Ranking: Recommended

WWL says

David Waterfield is considered a “go-to expert” who is both “extremely hard working” and “extremely detail-orientated”.

Biography

David is a director in AlixPartners’ litigation data analytics team in London. He has over 15 years’ experience as a consultant, working with clients on their most complex and high-profile matters, specialising in the forensic extraction, interpretation and analysis of complex and disparate data sets, specifically in the context of legal disputes and regulatory investigations. David frequently works alongside the firm’s economics consulting and forensic accounting teams, providing expert analysis of datasets in order to re-create historical events, analyse patterns of behaviour and model alternative (counterfactual) scenarios. Increasingly David is using data visualisation tools and techniques to help simplify otherwise complex analysis and arguments. His team has also developed tools that present unstructured data (eg, web chat and emails) alongside related structured data (eg, financial data), which gives a holistic picture of historical events.
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