Managing Principal at Analysis Group
Justin McLean specialises in applying finance and economics to problems in complex business litigation, with an emphasis on intellectual property. His experience spans several industries, from banking, insurance and high technology to telecommunications and healthcare. He has served as an expert witness on numerous matters and has provided assistance in many phases of litigation involving IP misappropriation, false advertising disputes and other cases involving technological innovation and new product development.
Mr McLean has assessed damages and testified in a range of matters relating to proprietary customer information, patents and software source codes. In addition to serving as a testifying expert, Mr McLean has led large case teams and supported academics in a number of high-profile matters, including supporting counsel for a large electronics manufacturer in litigation associated with features on smartphones and tablets. His published research articles include “Patent Damages in US Courts: Overview of Current State of Play”, and he frequently speaks on IP topics, including lost profits and damages calculations, patent valuation for software inventions, litigation strategies in IP cases and economic analysis in patent litigation.
Mr McLean holds an MS in industrial administration (Carnegie Mellon University) and a BA in economics (Swarthmore College).