M.B.A., Georgetown University McDonough School of Business; B.A., economics, Kenyon College
Summary of Experience
Mr. Rogers specializes in applying economic and statistical analysis to complex business disputes, including those involving the assessment of economic damages claims and the design and critique of statistical samples. He has served as an expert witness and testified at arbitration. Mr. Rogers’ litigation experience has included class and collective actions in labor and employment, health care, breach of contract, fraud, deceptive business practice, and false advertising matters. He has also processed and analyzed large datasets related to class-wide liability and damages claims. In addition, Mr. Rogers has assessed economic damages in patent infringement litigation and provided economic analysis in International Trade Commission (ITC) Section 337 investigations. He has led teams and advised clients across all phases of the litigation process, including fact discovery, preparation of expert analysis and testimony, and settlement analysis.