M.B.A., strategy and international finance, Yale School of Management; B.A., College of Social Studies, Wesleyan University
Summary of Experience
Mr. Yeater's areas of expertise include the evaluation of damages in antitrust, intellectual property, and complex commercial matters in a variety of industries including media, high technology, retail and institutional financial services, and telecommunications. He has worked with expert witnesses in their preparation of damages analyses for numerous high-profile cases in the technology sector, including several antitrust matters involving Microsoft. Mr. Yeater has supported counsel for defendants in trials responding to multibillion-dollar antitrust damages claims in the multidistrict price-fixing matter In re: TFT-LCD (Flat Panel) Antitrust Litigation. He has also supported counsel in several matters concerning distribution of video media, including a merger of national cable companies, disputes about content licensing terms, and litigation by several broadcast networks concerning alleged copyright concerns arising from Dish Network's Hopper DVR and AutoHop service. Mr. Yeater has also evaluated financial services firms, including investment banks, institutional investors, and credit card networks, and has provided strategic support for clients in the music, pharmaceutical technology, and agribusiness industries.