Ph.D. and M.A., economics, University of Virginia; B.S., mathematics and economics, Saint Vincent College
Summary of Experience
Dr. Schreck specializes in economic and quantitative analysis in complex litigation matters, including intellectual property, antitrust, tax, and financial and commercial disputes. He has worked with academic experts to analyze a wide variety of industries, including high technology, energy trading, pharmaceuticals, agriculture, and fashion apparel. Dr. Schreck's recent case work involves litigation related to brand valuation of a major technology company, trademark rights pertaining to product design, alleged anticompetitive pricing of pharmaceuticals, and alleged pharmaceutical launch breach of contract. Outside of litigation, he has published academic research on charitable giving using experimental methods, and has taught undergraduate courses in experimental economics and the economics of the public sector.
Recent Developments in Litigation and Regulation Related to No-Hire and Employee Non-Compete Agreements: Implications for Franchise Systems
Distribution: The Newsletter of the Distribution & Franchising Committee of the Section of Antitrust Law of the American Bar Association, Vol. 22, No. 1