Dr. Neuberger specializes in financial economics, valuation, and damages analysis in complex commercial litigation assignments across a broad range of industries. He has served as both a consulting and testifying expert. He has extensive experience in banking and other financial services industries, including performing competitive analyses in bank mergers and acquisitions. Dr. Neuberger has testified on behalf of the government in numerous contract disputes involving industries ranging from thrift institutions, to logging, to consumer services. He has been a key government witness on economics and damages issues in litigation involving Yucca Mountain, the proposed federal nuclear waste repository. In 2001, Dr. Neuberger provided financial testimony on behalf of the government in the A-12 matter, the largest government contract dispute in history. He also has worked in numerous private commercial litigation matters, as well as various securities cases, including the Orange County bankruptcy, where he valued and modeled the cash flows of complex derivative securities.
Dr. Neuberger has valued intellectual property (“IP”) and estimated damages in several matters involving patent infringement and theft of trade secrets. His analyses of IP damages include use of lost profits and unjust enrichment damages theories as well as estimates of reasonable royalties. He also has extensive experience performing transfer-pricing analyses of services, tangible products and intangibles, in both litigation and non-litigation settings.
Prior to joining Economists Incorporated, Dr. Neuberger was a partner in the economic consulting firm of Bates & White, a senior managing economist at LECG Inc., and an economist at the Federal Reserve Bank of San Francisco.
Dr. Neuberger is the author of two recent articles on the 2007-08 financial crisis.