Marianne is a senior economist and principal testifying expert at Touchstone Economics. She has extensive experience managing large-scale litigation cases and providing expert testimony. Marianne has solid academic credentials; she draws on her experience as an economics professor to provide clear, credible and persuasive testimony.
Lost profits and reasonable royalty damages from patent infringement
Damages from breach of contract, personal injury and wrongful death
Relevant product and geographic market definition for antitrust analysis
Wisconsin Fair Dealership
“The Misunderstood Nash Solution for Reasonable Royalties,” Law360, April 2018
“Samsung V. Apple And The Trend Toward Incremental Value,” Law360, January 2017
“Expert Communication,” Illinois Bar Journal, December, 2001
“Damages and Intellectual Property Litigation,” Minnesota Institute Legal Education.
“Patent Damages After Polaroid,” Intellectual Property a publication of the Illinois State Bar Association.
Marianne has taught a number of advanced micro-economics courses at the college and university level including Law and Economics, Econometrics and Game Theory. She is currently a member of the department of economics at the University of Wisconsin-Whitewater where she teaches Business Statistics, Principles of Microeconomics and History of Economic Thought