Kenneth Serwin provides expertise in intellectual property, financial economics, and other complex commercial litigation.

He specializes in issues related to the determination and quantification of damages. He assists clients in a broad range of industries including online commerce (particularly in the areas of entertainment and travel), electronics and computing, finance and investment, pharmaceutical and biotechnology, automotive, and telecommunications.

Dr. Serwin has provided expert testimony in both federal and state courts, as well as in alternative dispute resolution proceedings. He has provided economic and financial analysis in matters involving patent, trademark and copyright infringement, theft of trade secrets, antitrust, securities, transfer pricing, and other complex commercial damages. He has also performed business and patent valuations and facilitated patent licensing negotiations. He frequently lectures on matters relating to intellectual property, including patent reform, lost profits and reasonable royalty determinations, and patent valuation.

Employment History

2007 – 2010

NERA Economic Consulting
Vice president
2005 – 2007

Intecap, Inc.
2001 – 2003

AES Consulting
Senior managing economist
2000 – 2001

Areas of Expertise


University of California, Los Angeles
PhD, Economics, 1997

London School of Economics
MSc, Politics of the World Economy, 1985

University of California, Berkeley
BA, Economics, 1984


Ford Foundation Fellowship
UCLA Social Sciences Consortium, 1993

PhD Fellowship
UCLA Economics Department, 1991