Erica Bramer has testified more than 30 times as an expert witness on a variety of financial issues and has supported a wide variety of clients in restructuring and management consulting assignments. In 2013, Ms. Bramer was recognized by the Dallas Business Journal as one of the region’s “40 under 40” business and community leaders.

Ms. Bramer has provided expert opinions and other litigation consulting in the context of claims such as breach of contract, breach of fiduciary duty, misappropriation of trade secrets, patent and copyright infringement, trademark and/or trade dress infringement, tortious interference, fraud, wrongful death/termination, insurance, antitrust, price fixing, preferences and fraudulent conveyance, and securities law violations. Ms. Bramer has a particular interest in international disputes and has been engaged on several high-profile international matters.

Ms. Bramer has also provided valuation expertise for purposes of buy/sell agreements, solvency opinions, lending decisions, and tax support. Ms. Bramer has participated in various cash-tracing and forensic financial investigations, including money-laundering investigations in Colombia.

Ms. Bramer has been actively involved in the restructuring of various entities, both within the Chapter 11 process as well as out-of-court workouts and has worked as a management consultant to advise companies on many aspects of strategy and operations. Ms. Bramer’s restructuring and management consulting experience has taken place in the US, Europe, Latin America, and Asia. Ms. Bramer’s experience spans many industries. She has particular interest in energy, telecommunications, aviation, retail, technology, and other manufacturing industries.

Ms. Bramer has extensive international experience, with experience on many continents and a special interest in Latin America. She has worked with Latin American clients pursuing or defending litigation in the United States, as well as working in-country as a financial restructuring advisor and/or management consultant, advising on issues such as profit improvement, working capital optimization, and strategic negotiations with suppliers and lenders. She has participated in a money-laundering investigation in Colombia, led a team of consultants on a pro-bono project in Guatemala, and testified on a number of high-profile international arbitration matters. Ms. Bramer is a fluent Spanish speaker and has basic proficiency in Brazilian Portuguese.

Ms. Bramer earned dual graduate degrees from the Wharton School of Business (MBA) and the University of Pennsylvania (MA in International Studies and Spanish). Ms. Bramer graduated with high honors, Phi Beta Kappa, and Beta Gamma Sigma from the University of Texas with dual degrees in Liberal Arts (Plan II Honors) and Business (Honors Business Program and Finance).

Ms. Bramer is active in a variety of local and international charitable endeavors. She is an active member of the Dallas Committee on Foreign Relations and serves on its finance committee. Ms. Bramer is also a member of the National Association of Certified Valuation Analysts, the CFA Institute, the Association of Insolvency and Restructuring Advisors, the International Women’s Insolvency and Restructuring Confederation, the American Bankruptcy Institute, the Institute for Transnational Arbitration, and the Turnaround Management Association.