Dan Clavelle
Dan Clavelle, M.Ec.
Economic Consultant

Office: Calgary
Ext. 213


Master of Economics degreeUniversity of Calgary, 1998
Bachelor of Arts (Economics)University of Calgary, 1991
»Mr. Clavelle's Curriculum Vitae (pdf)

Consulting Roles at Brown Economic

Economic Consultant (2022 – present)
Vice-President (2021 – 2022)
Senior Economic Consultant (2012 – 2020)
Economic Consultant (2001 – 2011)

Practice Area(s):

  • Loss of income (all jurisdictions in Canada)
  • Cost of care
  • Loss of housekeeping capacity
  • Tax gross-up
  • Fatal dependency losses / lost years' assessments (arising from sub-standard mortality)
  • Complex files pertaining to self-employed plaintiffs
  • Sexual assault claims
  • Dependency losses of orphaned children
  • Loss of marriage benefit from inability to “couple up”
  • Rebuttal reports/critiques
  • Pension loss analyses
  • Wrongful dismissal cases
  • Loss of disability income cases
  • Estate claims
  • Contract disputes
  • Wrongful imprisonment/wrongful confinement claims

Mr. Clavelle has written and/or reviewed more than 8,000 forensic reports during his tenure at Brown Economic Consulting since 2001, dealing with a number of occupations including (but not limited to) physicians, dentists, engineers, lawyers, realtors, trades workers, farmers, teachers, nurses, police officers, athletes, CEOs, administrative workers and labourers.  The scope of Mr. Clavelle’s work involves cases and jurisdictions across all regions of Canada, as well as the United States, the United Kingdom, Australia and Africa.  Mr. Clavelle has been qualified to submit expert economic testimony in Alberta and British Columbia.