Aaron Yeater

Managing Principal
Aaron Yeater



M.B.A., strategy and international finance, Yale School of Management; B.A., College of Social Studies, Wesleyan University

Summary of Experience

Mr. Yeater specializes in applying financial and economic analyses to complex business litigation. He is an expert on the evaluation of damages in antitrust matters, commercial disputes, and intellectual property (IP) claims. Mr. Yeater is particularly experienced in matters involving the intersection of IP and antitrust, including during merger reviews and litigation. He has also analyzed data to identify relevant volume of commerce for Sherman Act and state antitrust claims, and to inform analyses relevant to the Foreign Trade Antitrust Improvement Act (FTAIA). He has served as an expert witness, supported academic experts, and managed case teams in matters in a variety of industries, including media, high tech consumer products, telecommunications, pharmaceuticals, retail, and financial services.

In litigation matters, Mr. Yeater has provided assistance throughout all phases of pretrial and trial practice. This includes the development of models to analyze damages, critique of analyses produced by opposing experts, and support for preparation of expert testimony.

When advising clients, Mr. Yeater’s work includes developing and critiquing analyses of competitive effects and efficiencies in high-profile mergers. He has worked closely with clients to prepare and analyze business data in a variety of circumstances, and has presented economic and financial analyses to state and federal regulators. He has also evaluated business practices for financial services firms and provided strategic support for clients in the pharmaceutical technology and agribusiness industries.

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