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Brendan P. Rogers

  • Managing Director
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    • 156 West 56th Street
    • 19th Floor
    • New York, NY, 10019
    • United States
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Brendan Rogers is a Managing Director at FTI Consulting’s Economic Consulting segment based in New York. Mr. Rogers specializes in providing economic and statistical analysis to clients involved in litigation, arbitration, mediation and other contexts where parties are engaged in complex business disputes.

For the past 8 years, Mr. Rogers has provided economic and statistical analysis to attorneys and their clients in more than 60 major litigation matters. These matters involve intellectual property, labor and employment, and class action disputes. Prior to joining FTI, Mr. Rogers spent 4 years as an analyst with Analysis Group, Inc.

Mr. Rogers received a Bachelor of Arts in Economics, graduating with high honors and distinction, from Kenyon College in 2001. Mr. Rogers received a Master’s in Business Administration from Georgetown University in 2007.


Professional Experience

Intellectual Property
Mr. Rogers has experience in providing economic analysis to attorneys and their clients involved in intellectual property disputes adjudicated in state and federal courts. Mr. Rogers has assisted attorneys in multiple phases of the litigation cycle, including fact discovery, evaluation of damages claims, rebuttal of opposing expert’s damages opinions, and preparation for depositions and trial.

  • Patent Infringement Damages: Mr. Rogers has experience evaluating lost profits and reasonable royalty damages claims using the Panduit test and Georgia-Pacific damages framework, respectively. Industries analyzed include: telecom, media, and technology, retail and consumer products, aerospace and defense, and healthcare and life sciences.
  • Trademark Infringement Damages: Mr. Rogers has experience evaluating claims of defendant’s unjust enrichment under a theory of Lanham Act damages. Industries analyzed include: telecom, media, and technology.
  • Trade Secret Misappropriation Damages: Mr. Rogers has experience evaluating lost profits, reasonable royalty, and defendant’s unjust enrichment damages claims. Industries analyzed include: aerospace and defense, and retail and consumer products.
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