This expert has more than a quarter century of experience developing financial and economic analyses to solve business problems. His practice principally involves intellectual property issues, including patent, trademark, copyright, trade secret as well as unfair competition antitrust matters and business valuations, breach of contract disputes, and technology assessment. acquisitions analysis, has enabled him to assist clients on a wide range of litigation issues. His industry experience includes pharmaceuticals, biotechnology, food, industrial products, machinery, automotive aftermarket, electronic components, telecommunications, airlines, computer hardware, software, and media and entertainment. He has testified in state court, U.S. District Court, U.S. Tax Court, U.S. Court of International Trade, and before the Federal Trade Commission. Prior to joining Freeman & Mills, he served in senior corporate positions in business planning, acquisitions, and product development. He was the president of a technology marketing and licensing company; served as an economist at the Department of the Treasury, where his responsibilities included corporate fraud, technology licensing and transfer pricing; and was a patent examiner at the U.S. Patent and Trademark Office. He holds a BS in engineering and an MA and a PhD in economics, all from Duke University.
Location: CA BS, Engineering, Duke University MA, Economics, Duke University PhD, Economics, Duke University Member, Los Angeles Intellectual Property Law Association Member, National Association of Business Economists Former, Patent Examiner, USPTO Former, Industry Economist, US Treasury Department Former, Financial Economist, US Export-Import Bank Former, Manager, Arthur Andersen & Co Former, Vice President, First National Bank of Chicago Former, Director of Strategic Planning, the NutraSweet Co Former, President, Mentor International Group Former, Manager, Coopers & Lybrand Current, Principal, a Intellectual Property Consultancy