Forensic Economics Expert Witnesses and Consultants
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Forensic Economics is the scientific discipline that applies economic theories and methods to the issue of pecuniary damages as specified by case law and legislative codes. Forensic Economics consultants
The listings below are all Forensic Economics expert witnesses and consultants.
Expert ListingsPhillips, Fractor & Company, LLC
G. Michael Phillips
Our expert witnesses and consultants provide services in economics, finance, statistics, valuation, and forensic accounting. Strategically located in Southern California, our firm enjoys an international clientele. Visit our website at www.rule26.com for more information on how we can help address economics, statistics, finance, valuation, and forensic accounting issues you may face.
Litigation Economics, LLC
Stanley P. Stephenson, PhD
Specializes in economic damages assessment, especially in complex litigation, in cases involving infringement of intellectual property. Recent cases have involved trade secrets misappropriation, copyright, trademark, and patent infringement. Testifying experience in federal and state courts.
Econ One Research
Dr. Stephan Levy is an economist with over 22 years experience analyzing antitrust, intellectual property, and other commercial litigation claims. Clients have entrusted Dr. Levy with evaluating complex issues, such as defining relevant antitrust markets, determining market power using direct and indirect evidence, analyzing the competitive effects of horizontal and vertical conduct, estimating damages, determining reasonable royalties, and analyzing the commercial success of patented innovations. He has been designated as an expert witness in several antitrust and other commercial litigations and has testified before administrative and Federal courts. Dr. Levy has testified and consulted in numerous industries including pharmaceuticals, health care, sports and entertainment, and telecommunications. He has held positions at the U.S. Federal Trade Commission and several prominent consulting firms, and he is a former instructor at Indiana University. He holds a B.A. in economics from Tulane University and a Ph.D. in business economics and public policy from Indiana Universitys Kelley School of Business.
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