T. Christopher Borek
Ph.D. and M.A., economics, Cornell University; European Union Diploma, Institut D'Etudes Politiques de Paris; B.A., economics, University of Arizona
Summary of Experience:
Dr. Borek specializes in the application of microeconomic theory, finance, and statistics to litigation and complex business problems. He has managed economic analyses involving breaches of contract, copyright, intellectual property misappropriation, antitrust violations, tax disputes, and other litigated matters. His consulting experience includes projects involving the media and entertainment, telecommunications, Internet, life sciences, and financial services sectors. Recent assignments have included examination of economic damages stemming from misappropriation of trade secrets involving Wi-Fi technologies; investigation of antitrust issues in patent infringement disputes involving software for financial securities auctions and photolithography equipment; and examination of economic damages stemming from breach of contracts covering provision of long distance calls. Dr. Borek previously held positions with Ernst & Young's Corporate Finance practice and Chernivtsi State University in Ukraine, where he taught international trade and international finance. His research, presented in journals and before professional and academic audiences, has focused on issues in industrial organization, international trade, and labor economics.