Ph.D. and M.S., agricultural and resource economics, Colorado State University; B.S., biology, University of California, Davis
Summary of Experience
Dr. Deisenroth is an economist who specializes in applying economic theory and analytical methods to complex litigation problems. He has assisted in all phases of the litigation process, including expert reports, depositions, and trial preparation. In antitrust and mergers and acquisitions (M&A) cases, he has developed models to assess damages related to predatory pricing and anticompetitive bundling, as well as failure to close M&A transactions due to regulatory intervention. Dr. Deisenroth has analyzed M&A antitrust risks and associated reverse termination fees, board interlock and related antitrust risks among S&P 1500 corporate groups, and the timing and process of M&A transactions involving REITs. He has also provided public commentary related to antitrust issues in commercial fisheries.
Dr. Deisenroth has developed models to value businesses as well as subcomponents of large multinational corporations, and has studied employment issues in the sharing economy. He has analyzed statutory royalties in the streaming music market, economic and financial forecasting models, and the impact of selected information disclosures on corporate share prices. He has also published research on the valuation of non-market goods and services in several academic journals. Prior to joining Analysis Group, Dr. Deisenroth was an assistant professor in the economics department at California State University, Stanislaus.