M.B.A., MIT Sloan School of Management; B.S., economics, Bentley College
Summary of Experience
Mr. Schwechheimer specializes in the application of financial and economic analyses to complex business matters involving litigation, technology licensing, and valuation, including the use of econometric methods to apportion value among inputs in complex devices. He has performed research, given economic testimony, and provided consultation in intellectual property, licensing, commercial damages, and antitrust matters – including the evaluation of economic damages involving lost profits, reasonable royalties, price erosion, unjust enrichment, profit disgorgement, and prejudgment interest – in patent, copyright, trade secret, trademark, and antitrust cases. He has also overseen the analysis of fair, reasonable, and non-discriminatory (FRAND) commitments and the economics of licensing standard essential patents (SEPs) in arbitration matters, federal district court cases, and at the US International Trade Commission (ITC); assessed intellectual property valuation, monetization, and licensing; and evaluated antitrust liability and damages for patent misuse and monopolization, as well as damages arising from incorrect inventorship.
Mr. Schwechheimer's experience covers a diverse range of high-technology industries, including computer hardware and software, semiconductors, wireless communication technology such as WiFi and Bluetooth, cellular telephony and smartphones, LCD panels, video game consoles, slot machines, telecommunications equipment, manufacturing processes, medical devices, stent grafts, and pharmaceuticals.