Steven Schwartz has 30 years of economic consulting experience advising clients on a range of litigation matters, including securities, intellectual property, and antitrust disputes. Dr. Schwartz has been retained as an economic expert in a wide variety of litigation matters with extensive expertise in commercial damages estimation. He has worked across many industries including consumer goods, high-tech, computer software, and manufacturing.
Dr. Schwartz has testified in federal and state courts, before the US International Trade Commission, in the US Tax Court, and in arbitration proceedings. He has testified in many intellectual property matters on the measurement of damages in patent infringement cases as well as valuation of IP assets, portfolios, and licenses.
Prior to joining CRA, Dr. Schwartz was a managing director at Alvarez & Marsal in its Global Forensics, Disputes and Investigations practice and a consultant with NERA Economic Consulting. He was also an antitrust economist in the Bureau of Economics at the Federal Trade Commission. He has published papers in economics journals concerning mergers, the persistence of monopoly profits, and arbitrator bias. He has written for the Practicising Law Institute and American Bar Association publications and economic journals.
PhD, Economics, University of Maryland
MA, Economics, University of Maryland
BA, Economics, Wesleyan University (CT)