Ph.D., economics, and B.B.A., management, University of Georgia
Summary of Experience
Dr. McGahee specializes in economic analysis and damages quantification. He focuses on their application in complex commercial disputes, including intellectual property, antitrust, breach of contract, and class certification matters. Dr. McGahee has filed expert reports and testified at deposition in cases involving patent infringement and misappropriation of trade secrets. As a consultant, he has assisted clients in numerous litigations, arbitrations, and other engagements. He has evaluated lost profits and reasonable royalty damages in a range of industries, including mobile devices and applications, internet products and services, computer hardware and software, and medical devices. Dr. McGahee also has evaluated claims of irreparable economic injury and other economic criteria relevant to obtaining injunctions. In antitrust matters, he has evaluated allegedly anticompetitive conduct and claimed damages. In class certification matters, he has assessed claims of class-wide economic injury. Dr. McGahee served on the faculty of the University of Georgia and has taught courses in economics at the undergraduate and graduate levels.