Director at Berkeley Research Group, LLC
Joshua Lathrop provides expert financial and economic consulting services to parties in IP disputes. He is regularly involved in litigation and arbitration matters before federal and state courts, arbitral bodies and the US International Trade Commission. Mr Lathrop regularly testifies at depositions and hearings. His experience includes determining damages due to patent, trade dress and trademark infringement (eg, reasonable royalties, comparable licences, lost profits, accounting of profits) and the economic prong of the domestic industry requirement under Section 337.
In other corporate consulting matters, Mr Lathrop has valued intangible assets in the chemicals industry, developed strategies to lower overall IP input costs in the game console industry and analysed compliance under royalty and profit-sharing agreements between major media entities.
Mr Lathrop has lectured on IP damages, Section 337 topics and quantitative methods, and has acted as an arbitrator in fee disputes before the DC Bar Attorney/Client Arbitration Board.
Mr Lathrop holds a BA in economics from William & Mary (summa cum laude, Phi Beta Kappa) and an MBA from the University of Virginia. Mr Lathrop’s career began with a decade at PwC. He has practised with Berkeley Research Group for a decade.