Noah Schwartz has extensive experience providing economic research and statistical analysis for clients in the areas of intellectual property and antitrust. Mr. Schwartz advises on issues relating to patent infringement, breach of contract, fraud and malpractice, and trade secrets claims. He works with complex data sets and develops and applies economic and statistical models to advise clients facing legal and regulatory challenges.
Mr. Schwartz has been involved in all aspects of intellectual property disputes, including aiding in pretrial discovery, calculating clients’ exposure under various scenarios, developing damages models, rebutting opposing experts’ analyses and outlining questioning for depositions, as well as preparing counsel and experts for trial.
In antitrust, Mr. Schwartz has analyzed the competitive impacts of proposed mergers and acquisitions and price fixing and monopolization allegations. Mr. Schwartz frequently manages the processing and structuring of large data from multiple sources and applies rigorous econometrics to assess class-wide impact and damages.
Mr. Schwartz has provided support to multinational corporations, the US Department of Justice, the Federal Trade Commission, and China’s Ministry of Commerce. He also analyzes the competitive effects of mergers and acquisitions and advises on allegations involving price fixing and monopolization.
BA, Economics, Carleton College