Ph.D., economics, Northwestern University; M.A., economics, Northwestern University; B.A., economics, mathematics, and philosophy, University of Arkansas – Fayetteville; B.S., physics, University of Arkansas – Fayetteville
Summary of Experience
Dr. Marsh specializes in the application of microeconomic theory and data analysis techniques to complex commercial disputes – including intellectual property, breach of contract, false advertising, and class certification matters. His experience includes evaluating alleged price erosion, lost profits, and reasonable royalty damages in patent infringement matters. These matters span a range of industries, including polyethylene films, telecommunications, consumer electronics, and offshore petroleum drilling. Dr. Marsh also assesses claims of class-wide economic harm in class certification matters regarding televisions, sunscreen, and baby care products, among other things. Prior to joining Analysis Group, he performed research on labor economics and the economics of education, focusing on the effects on teacher labor markets from school choice and school accountability programs.