Jeremy Morton specializes in providing economic litigation support. His experience includes damages analysis of patent, trademark, and copyright infringement; antitrust; breach of contract; false advertising; unfair competition; wrongful termination; and other causes of action. Jeremy has worked as a consulting economist in litigation spanning a range of industries including, but not limited to, high tech hardware and software, medical devices, insurance, financial services, heavy equipment, consumer products, and retail operations. He has extensive experience with damages modeling, expert witness preparation, economic research, and data analysis. Jeremy frequently assists attorneys during discovery with production requests and deposition topics/questions and provides timely economic analysis and other assistance at trial. He also engages in economic research and analytical services for clients prior to litigation and outside of the litigation context. Additionally, he has conducted research for energy industry clients and written briefs in the areas of renewable portfolio standards, performance-based regulation, and transmission business models.
Outside of work, Jeremy is passionate about producing hot sauce and consuming music, literature, and good food.