Thomas McGahee

Lecturer, Department of Economics, University of Georgia

Thomas McGahee


Ph.D., economics, and B.B.A., management, University of Georgia

Summary of Experience

Dr. McGahee specializes in economic analysis and damages quantification. He focuses on their application in complex commercial disputes, including intellectual property, antitrust, breach of contract, and class certification matters. Prior to joining academia, Dr. McGahee was a vice president at Analysis Group. He has evaluated lost profits and reasonable royalty damages in a range of industries, such as computer hardware and software, mobile devices and applications, internet products and services, medical devices, and automotive technology. Related to intellectual property matters, Dr. McGahee has evaluated claims of irreparable economic injury and other economic criteria relevant to obtaining an injunction in patent infringement matters. In antitrust matters, he has evaluated alleged anticompetitive behavior and claimed damages. In class certification matters, he has assessed claims of class-wide economic injury. As a consultant, Dr. McGahee has assisted clients in all phases of the litigation process, including discovery, expert reports, depositions, and trial preparation.

AG Contacts

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