Our economists have broad experience in the economic analysis of the unique characteristics of the technology and internet industries. We provide economic analyses in mergers and acquisitions, asset valuation matters, intellectual property litigation, and regulatory proceedings on behalf of clients ranging from hardware manufacturers and software developers to internet content providers and content owners.
Brattle principal and Nobel Prize Winner Daniel McFadden provided a rebuttal report on behalf of Apple regarding the misuse of survey methods to measure the value of iPhone’s FaceTime and iMessage features. Professor McFadden found that the survey used by plaintiff was flawed resulting in an upward bias and that the uncertainty surrounding the resulting damage estimates was not addressed or acknowledged.
On behalf of Amazon, Brattle provided a valuation of various IP assets transferred from the United States to Europe in 2005. We worked with several outside experts including Haim Mendelson, a Professor of Operations, Information & Technology at Stanford Graduate School of Business, who discussed the need for innovation in the relevant market; James Roper, an industry expert on internet retailing in Europe; and Michael Lasinski, an expert in licensing.
On behalf of Gemalto, a Brattle expert analyzed the availability and management of a sim card numbering resource required to enable sim cards in CDMA networks.
Complex business and legal matters require intellectually honest and analytically rigorous solutions that are thoughtfully developed and clearly communicated. We apply economic and finance principles with uncompromising quality to achieve clarity in the face of complexity. Independent analysis, responsive execution, and compelling presentation. That’s Brattle. That’s the Power of Economics.