Daniel Deisenroth


Menlo Park


Ph.D., agricultural and resource economics, Colorado State University; M.S., agricultural and resource economics, Colorado State University; B.S., biology, University of California at Davis

Summary of Experience

Dr. Deisenroth specializes in the application of economic theory and analytical methods in the context of complex litigation. He has worked on a wide range of cases, including matters related to solar energy, commercial banking regulation, telecommunications, technology, and international trade. Dr. Deisenroth has developed models to value components of large multinational corporations, and has analyzed commercial banking regulations surrounding the financial crisis. He has also analyzed employer-employee issues related to the sharing economy, and has developed damages models and analyzed corporate structure in order to inform litigation related to anticompetitive behavior. In addition, Dr. Deisenroth has published work related to valuation of environmental goods and services in several academic journals, and has provided public commentary related to antitrust markets in commercial fisheries. Dr. Deisenroth has assisted in all phases of the litigation process, including expert reports, depositions, and trial preparation. Prior to joining Analysis Group, Dr. Deisenroth was an assistant professor in the economics department at California State University at Stanislaus.