Graham Rogers

Partner at EisnerAmper LLP
Ranked in IP management consultancy, Licensing, Valuation
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“In addition to being an incredibly bright go-to IP damages expert, Graham Rogers is a wonderful human being.” With more than 30 years of experience, he delivers thoughtful and methodical analyses, and communicates the most complex of ideas easily.

Graham Rogers's Profile

Graham Rogers is a partner in the forensic, litigation & valuation services group at EisnerAmper. Additionally, he leads the firm's Intellectual Property (IP) Services Group. His professional career spans more than 35 years. For more than 25 of these years, he has been assisting clients with their IP needs.

He has been retained as an expert to determine economic damages in a variety of IP litigation matters including patent infringement, trademark infringement, theft of trade secrets and copyright infringement disputes. He has testified in several federal jurisdictions as well as various state courts.

Additionally, Mr Rogers is certified to value intangible assets for a variety of needs. He has also assisted clients with their intellectual asset management needs including intangible asset inventories, pricing, and royalty audits.

Prior to joining EisnerAmper, Mr Rogers operated his own firm and held leadership positions for both Big Four and regional accounting firms. His prior experience has provided him with the practical foundation (economic modeling, discovery assistance, financial statement review and industry/market research) required to successfully handle expert witness needs, valuation matters and intellectual asset management engagements.

Following his graduation from the US Naval Academy, Mr Rogers served as a naval officer for seven years. While in the US Navy, he was an engineering officer aboard two naval warships responsible for machinery and personnel management, and quality control. While assigned to US Space Command’s Cheyenne Mountain Air Force Base (NORAD), he was the most junior officer to ever attain the position of missile warning center crew commander and chief of standardization and evaluation

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