M.B.A., finance and law & business, NYU Stern School of Business; B.A., economics, Swarthmore College
Summary of Experience
Mr. Clarke specializes in applying economic and financial theory to a range of complex business disputes, in both litigation and non-litigation contexts. His experience spans numerous practice areas, including intellectual property (IP), commercial disputes, finance, and antitrust. Mr. Clarke has expertise in reasonable royalty and lost profits calculation, damages estimation, and asset and business valuation. His other engagements include commercial success and bond inquiries, solvency and fraudulent conveyance analyses, class certification, analyses of economic substance related to tax shelters, analyses of market timing and option backdating, and merger analyses. Mr. Clarke’s non-litigation consulting has focused on the evaluation of potential acquisitions and the modeling of economic damages related to environmental disasters. Recently, his case work has included assessing damages related to patent infringement; determining the fair market value of businesses; and analyzing domestic industry, remedy, and public interest issues at the International Trade Commission (ITC). Mr. Clarke has provided support for clients and testifying experts at all stages of the litigation process, from pre-litigation consulting and discovery to trial and post-trial appeals. He has published and presented on topics related to standard essential patents, IP damages, and the ITC. Prior to joining Analysis Group, Mr. Clarke was an economic consultant in Washington, DC. He has earned the right to use the Chartered Financial Analyst designation.