Jennifer Graham is an expert in providing rigorous economic analysis for clients facing legal and regulatory challenges. Her work focuses primarily on the areas of intellectual property and antitrust, and spans a wide range of industries.
In the area of intellectual property, Ms. Graham is experienced in matters relating to patent and copyright infringement, breach of contract, and trade secrets claims. She specializes in conducting innovative economic and financial analyses to model lost profits and reasonable royalties damages scenarios. Ms. Graham works with clients in various phases of intellectual property disputes, including assisting with initial disclosures and discovery requests, constructing damages theories and models, critiquing reports from opposing experts and preparing for trial.
In the area of antitrust, Ms. Graham utilizes her expertise in managing large complex datasets to analyze price fixing allegations and class certification issues.
Education: Ms. Graham received her MA in International and Development Economics from University of San Francisco and her BA in International Political Economy, magna cum laude, from The College of Idaho.
Previous Experience: Paralegal, Gwire Law Offices; Graduate Teaching Assistant, University of San Francisco