Ph.D. and M.A., economics, University of Connecticut; B.A., international business, Beijing University of Aeronautics and Astronautics
Summary of Experience:
Dr. Dawson has extensive experience applying economic theory to issues arising in complex business litigation. Her areas of expertise include analyzing economic and market conditions, analyzing stock price movements and analyst ratings, conducting statistical data analyses, and valuing closely held companies. Dr. Dawson has developed complex damages models to analyze the impact of lost sales, lost earnings, and lost profits.
On Colgate-Palmolive v. Procter & Gamble and other matters, Dr. Dawson has assisted counsel in all phases of the litigation process – including understanding complex claims, drafting discovery requests, and preparing for depositions and trials. She has experience in intellectual property, breach of contract, antitrust, securities, false advertising, business interruption, wrongful death, and employment disputes. Examples of the consulting and supporting services provided by Dr. Dawson include: developing complex damages models assessing the damages to patent holders as a result of the defendants' alleged infringement, analyzing the economic damages arising out of an inappropriately filed patent application, and evaluating damages as a result of an alleged failed audit.
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