Nathan Trujillo


Los Angeles


Ph.D., chemical engineering, Massachusetts Institute of Technology; M.B.A., applied statistics and economics, MIT Sloan School of Management; S.M., chemical engineering practice, Massachusetts Institute of Technology; B.S., chemical engineering, University of California, San Diego

Summary of Experience

Dr. Trujillo specializes in applying financial, statistical, and economic analyses to complex business disputes across a wide variety of industries – including financial services, technology, automotive, telecommunications, health care, oil and gas, and entertainment. His intellectual property experience includes assessing reasonable royalties, price erosion, lost profits, and disgorgement damages for patent, trademark, and copyright infringement matters involving consumer and commercial products. Dr. Trujillo has also applied quantitative and statistical techniques to address damages and class certification issues in commercial litigation matters involving breach of contract, tax and accounting, product liability, and data theft, and to assist government entities on public policy issues. His experience includes the valuation of privately held companies and intellectual property portfolios for public companies. Dr. Trujillo has been involved in all phases of the litigation process, including review of pretrial discovery, expert reports, depositions, and trial preparation. Prior to joining Analysis Group, Dr. Trujillo worked as a chemical process engineer, and he also taught statistics as a course assistant at the MIT Sloan School of Management.