Jeremy Morton specializes in providing economic litigation support. His experience includes damages analysis of patent, trademark, and copyright infringement; antitrust; breach of contract; lost wages; unfair competition; and other types of cases. Jeremy has worked as a consulting economist in litigation spanning a broad range of industries, including high tech, medical devices, financial services, consumer products, retail operations, and more. He has extensive experience with damages modeling, preparing expert witnesses for deposition and trial testimony, and conducting various types of economic research and analysis. Jeremy frequently assists attorneys with data and document requests during the discovery process, and also performs economic analysis for clients prior to litigation and outside of the litigation context. Additionally, he engages in economic research for energy industry clients and has written briefs in the areas of renewable portfolio standards, performance-based regulation, and transmission business models.
When away from the office, Jeremy enjoys live and recorded music, cooking, dining out, and reading.