Ph.D., economics, University of Arizona; M.A., economics, Kyiv School of Economics; B.A., economics, National University of Kyiv-Mohyla Academy
Summary of Experience
Dr. Maryanchyk specializes in applying microeconomics, industrial organization theory, and statistics to litigation involving intellectual property, antitrust, and commercial disputes. He has worked on behalf of private clients, and his governmental clients have included the US Federal Trade Commission, the US Department of Justice, the US Federal Communication Commission, and the Competition Bureau of Canada. He has also supported attorneys and experts in all phases of litigation process, from developing case strategy to assisting in the preparation of expert testimony. Dr. Maryanchyk has designed and conducted analyses in intellectual property matters related to high-tech products, consumer electronics, and telecommunications devices. In a notable high-tech patent infringement suit, he supported two affiliated experts in developing analyses and testimony to establish a damages estimate. In a prominent commercial dispute case, Dr. Maryanchyk designed and implemented analyses of the economic impact of a natural disaster on classes of homeowners. Among his antitrust case work have been matters in the telecommunications, internet-related services, payment card, agriculture, airline, food and beverage, and health care sectors.