Rebecca Kirk Fair
M.B.A., finance and applied economics, MIT Sloan School of Management; B.A., economics, Middlebury College
Summary of Experience:
Ms. Kirk Fair has conducted economic analysis and managed case teams in support of academic experts in a broad range of cases, including major antitrust litigation, mortgage backed securities, intellectual property, false advertising, and tax litigation. Over the past 16 years, she has provided support for academic experts in cases involving contract disputes, the valuation of privately held companies, the valuation of intellectual property, and the valuation of various products and services. In addition, Ms. Kirk Fair has extensive experience in the development, administration, and analysis of surveys in antitrust, false advertising, and intellectual property matters. She has served as an expert in such matters and assisted academic affiliates in both the administration and evaluation of surveys. In recent years, Ms. Kirk Fair has assisted in multiple litigations involving economic analysis on behalf of MasterCard International, Microsoft, and other major computer hardware and software companies where she supported the design and analysis of consumer surveys. In these matters, she also analyzed market structure, business strategy, and financial performance of both the software and general purpose card industries in class action, government, and antitrust litigations. Her casework as an expert witness has included assessment of damages in intellectual property disputes across multiple industries, and analysis of marketing procedures in connection with a fraudulent claims suit. She has also assisted in several arbitrations and testified at trial and in arbitration regarding commercial damages.
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