Managing Principal at Analysis Group
John Jarosz is an applied microeconomist and director of Analysis Group’s Washington DC office. Mr Jarosz has been engaged in matters across numerous industries, including pharmaceuticals, medical devices, consumer and industrial products, computer hardware and software, automotive, telecommunications and the Internet. He has provided expert testimony in more than 250 depositions and more than 80 trials and hearings involving intellectual property, licensing, commercial damages, FRAND, and antitrust issues.
Mr Jarosz’s experience in IP matters involves the evaluation of damages, commercial success and irreparable harm issues. He has done work in patent, copyright, trade secret, trademark and unfair competition cases. He has also consulted on strategy regarding the nature and value of technology, methods to share technology and reasonable compensation terms, and has helped dozens of clients with valuation and licensing matters outside litigation.
A frequent author and lecturer on the economics of IP protection, Mr Jarosz has addressed many topics over the years, including the use of game theory in licence negotiations, the economics of non-infringing alternatives, the use and abuse of the 25% rule and the proper role of the hypothetical negotiation construct. His articles and papers have been published in Stanford Technology Law Review, Law360, 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. Mr Jarosz has given presentations at various meetings of the Licensing Executives Society and the Association of University Technology Managers. He has recently been actively involved in the Sedona Conference and Intellectual Property Owners Association. He has taught classes at Georgetown University Law Centre, the George Washington University Law School, Columbia Business School and the US Patent and Trademark Office.
Mr Jarosz holds an MA in economics and was a PhD candidate in economics (Washington University in St Louis); he has a JD (University of Wisconsin) and a BA in economics and organisational communication (Creighton University).