Michael A. Einhorn, Ph.D.

Economic Consultant and Expert Witness

Media, Technology, and Copyright

Michael A. Einhorn  is an economic consultant and expert witness in the areas of intellectual property, media, entertainment, technology, trademarks, publicity rights, and product design.  He received a B.A. from Dartmouth College, a Ph. D.  in economics from Yale University, and is the author of Media, Technology, and Copyright: Integrating Law and Economics (Edward Elgar Publishers, 2004).  He is also a former professor of economics at Rutgers University and adjunct professor at the Silberman School of Business (Fairleigh Dickinson University), a Senior Research Fellow at the Columbia Institute for Tele-Information, and the author of seventy professional and academic articles related to intellectual property and economic analysis.

Dr. Einhorn has provided valuation services in the following areas as a consultant or expert witness:

Trademarks, Trade Secrets, and Advertising: Brand valuation, licensing, and infringement damages.
Patents and Technology:  Semiconductors, cellular, software, medical technology, clutch components, pet goods and general patents. 
Music: Recording artists, record labels, producers, publishers, performing rights organizations, radio stations, live venues, and estates.
Video: Movies, cable programs, product placement, treatments, soundtrack, TV programs, satellite programming, DVD videos, and cable operations.  
Publicity Rights and Estate Valuations:  Names and likenesses, estate valuations, and infringement damages
Music: Recording artists, record labels, producers, publishers, performing rights organizations, radio stations, live venues, and estates.
Video: Movies, cable programs, product placement, treatments, soundtrack, TV programs, satellite programming, DVD videos, and cable operations.  
Design, Apparel, and Art: Apparel, architecture, medical illustrations, photography, sculpture, cartoons, toys, and commercial marketing.
Cyberspace:  Music services, proprietary software, open source software, electronic publishing, video games, search engines, and domain names.
Antitrust and Commercial Losses:  Antitrust, breach of contract, and commercial injury in actions involving AT&T, California Scents, Safmor, Inc., Golden Channels Company of Israel, and St. Joseph’s Regional Hospital (College Station, Texas).