John C. Jarosz

Managing Principal
John C. Jarosz

Washington, DC


M.A., economics, and Ph.D. candidate, economics, Washington University in St. Louis; J.D., University of Wisconsin; B.A., economics and organizational communication, Creighton University

Summary of Experience

Mr. Jarosz is an economist and director of Analysis Group’s Washington, DC office. He specializes in matters involving intellectual property (IP), commercial damages, licensing, and antitrust. His IP work focuses on evaluating lost profits, reasonable royalties, price erosion, commercial success, licensing terms, best efforts, irreparable harm, and FRAND commitments. Mr. Jarosz has significant expertise testifying in patent, trademark, copyright, and trade secret tort and contract matters. He is also experienced in both US and international arbitration, often serving as an expert witness in matters involving IP rights.

A frequent author and lecturer on the economics of IP protection, Mr. Jarosz has participated in and given presentations at various meetings of the Sedona Conference, Intellectual Property Owners Association, Licensing Executives Society, and the Association of University Technology Managers. He has published a variety of papers in professional and practitioner journals, and he has taught classes at Georgetown University Law Center, George Washington University Law School, the University of Pennsylvania Law School and Department of Economics, Columbia Business School, and the US Patent and Trademark Office. Mr. Jarosz has been recognized for many years as among the top economic experts for IP matters by Intellectual Asset Management (IAM) in the IAM Patent 1000, which identifies leading patent professionals around the globe.

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