Michael E. Tate
Michael Tate is Vice President in CRA’s Intellectual Property Practice. He has served as an expert witness or consultant in a wide range of arbitration and litigation matters, including patent, copyright, breach of contract and licensing agreements, and trademark and trade secret infringement litigation. His work encompasses industries such as, aerospace, technology, chemicals, pharmaceuticals, manufacturing, telecommunications, energy, and financial services. Although the issues vary from case to case, many matters entail an analysis and evaluation of financial data for the purpose of determining the extent of financial damages, including lost profits and reasonable royalties.
Mr. Tate also advises clients on strategic and valuation issues relating to intellectual property and license negotiations. Other litigation experience includes assisting counsel in discovery, fact-finding and information management, as well as providing assistance to counsel at deposition and trial. He has testified in matters for the American Arbitration Association and the ICC International Court of Arbitration.
MS, Industrial Administration, Purdue University
BBA, Finance, University of Houston