John C. Jarosz
Mr. Jarosz, a managing principal with Analysis Group and director of the firm’s Washington, D.C. office, is an economist who specializes in applied microeconomics and industrial organization. He has provided strategy consultation across a wide range of industries and delivered expert testimony in hundreds of depositions, trials, and hearings. His focus is on matters involving intellectual property, licensing, commercial damages, and antitrust. Most of his IP work is in the areas of damages estimation, valuation, commercial success, licensing terms, and irreparable harm.
A frequent author and lecturer on the economics of intellectual property protection, until recently, Mr. Jarosz was the editor of Eckstrom’s Licensing in Foreign and Domestic Operations: The Forms and Substance of Licensing, and his articles and papers have been published in the Stanford Technology Law Review, the Federal Circuit Bar Journal, les Nouvelles: Journal of The Licensing Executives Society, The Journal of Business Valuation, and the Journal of the Patent and Trademark Office Society. Among other things, Mr. Jarosz has given presentations at various meetings of the Licensing Executives Society and the Association of University Technology Managers, was one of IP Law 360’s Voices of the Bar, and has taught classes at Georgetown University Law Center, George Washington University Law School, Columbia Business School, and the U.S. Patent and Trademark Office.