Joshua Lathrop has provided litigation, accounting, financial, and economic consulting to attorneys and corporate clients for more than 16 years, focusing primarily on intellectual property damages and commercial damages matters. Mr. Lathrop has been designated as an expert witness and given deposition testimony in numerous IP matters, including Section 337 matters at the International Trade Commission (ITC).
Mr. Lathrop has prepared expert analysis in litigation engagements in such areas as patent damages, copyright, trade dress, and trademark infringement damages; and damages due to breach of contract, fraud, and unjust enrichment. He has prepared expert analysis for use before numerous federal and state courts (e.g., New York, New Jersey, California, Florida, Virginia, and the District of Columbia), the AAA, Court of Federal Claims, JAMS, and the ITC. In Section 337 matters before the ITC, Mr. Lathrop has addressed the issues of irreparable harm, the existence of a domestic industry, remedy, bond, and patent misuse.
In other corporate consulting matters, Mr. Lathrop has valued intangible assets in the chemicals industry, developed strategies to lower overall intellectual property input costs in the game console industry, and analyzed compliance under royalty and profit sharing agreements between major media entities.
University of Virginia, Darden Graduate School of Business Administration MBA, Focus on Finance, Accounting, and Quantitative Analysis, 2000
College of William & Mary B.A., Economics, 1994
Analysis Group Vice president 2008 - 2010
Navigant Consulting Director 2005 - 2008
PricewaterhouseCoopers (PwC) Various positions 1994 - 2005
Faculty Award for Academic Excellence University of Virginia - Darden School, 2000
Phi Beta Kappa, Omicron Delta Epsilon (summa cum laude) College of William & Mary, 1994