M.B.A, Georgetown University; M.A., economics, University of Virginia; A.B., business economics and psychology, Brown University
Summary of Experience
Mr. Nolan has extensive experience applying microeconomic, financial, and accounting principles to issues arising in complex business litigation. His case work has included complex commercial and intellectual property matters involving automobiles, agricultural products, high-technology products, telecommunications, consumer electronics, medical equipment, and pharmaceuticals. He also has researched and analyzed issues related to domestic industry, commercial success, remedy, bonding, and the public interest in International Trade Commission investigations, as well as commercial success in Patent Trial and Appeal Board cases. Examples of recent assignments include assessing potential damages and economic issues in patent, trademark, copyright, and trade secret infringement matters involving technologies used in automobiles, smartphones, crop protection chemicals, medical devices, pharmaceutical products, memory devices, and data storage products. Previously, he assisted private sector, public sector, and government clients with economic impact studies and asset valuations in the energy industry, options-pricing analyses, and damages analyses in international commercial litigations and arbitrations spanning a variety of industries, including media, insurance, and agricultural products. Mr. Nolan has supported experts in all phases of the litigation process, including discovery, expert reports, deposition, and trial.