A competitor, contractor or other third party has taken actions that have damaged your client’s business in the form of lost profits. How do you measure the lost profits? Must you demonstrate lost profits with certainty? Over what period do you measure the lost profits? If your client has not recovered fully, can you include estimated future lost profits? These are all important questions in a lost profits case. This webinar addresses those questions and summarize the different methods to measure lost profits, as well as some of the critical elements that must be considered in developing and presenting your damages theory in court.
Kathryn (“Katie”) Nadro advises clients on a diverse array of business matters, including commercial and business disputes, employment issues, and data security and privacy compliance. Katie works with individuals and… Read More
Anne provides financial advisory, litigation support, and investigative services to boards of directors, law firms, general counsel, debtors, and court-appointed examiners and trustees. She leads forensic investigations in bankruptcy-related litigation, including… Read More
Mr. Pakter focuses on financial analysis, forensic accounting, economic damages, valuation issues and investigations. He has experience in financial forensics, determining lost profits, business interruption claims, earn-outs, analyzing financial transactions… Read More
Renee Wong is a Managing Director at Ankura, based in San Francisco. She focuses on complex litigation matters with an emphasis on intellectual property infringement, commercial damages, breach of contract,… Read More