March 20, 2023 | Featured Expert

Dr. Ingberman taught business, economics, legal studies, and political analysis for more than 30 years at the Olin Business School (Washington University in St. Louis), Haas School of Business and Boalt School of Law (University of California, Berkeley) and Wharton School (University of Pennsylvania).

He led more than 200 economic consulting engagements incorporating econometrics and statistics, industrial organization, competition analysis and policy, business strategy, the economics of legal rules and institutions, and public/environmental economics. 

Dr. Ingberman has consulted and testified for government and private plaintiffs and defendants in antitrust, contracts, intellectual property, and products liability matters, and advised clients on transactions, joint ventures, and strategic decisions.

He was awarded the Ph.D. and M.S. in Economics from the Tepper School of Business at Carnegie Mellon University (Sloan Foundation Doctoral Dissertation Fellow; Alexander Henderson Award for Excellence in Economic Theory). 

Dr. Ingberman has authored more than 20 published peer-reviewed academic articles and his work presented widely.


Antitrust: Market definition and power, damages and competitive effects of conduct including monopolization, price discrimination, price fixing and market allocation, tying and exclusive dealing, patent misuse and patent pooling, and conspiracies. Representative retentions by:

  • Shareholders: competitive effects of Mylan’s alleged price-fixing and bid rigging of generic drugs and monopolization of epinephrine autoinjectors. 
  • Major homebuilders: conduct and damages of drywall manufacturers’ alleged price-fixing. 
  • Samsung: conduct and damages for Qualcomm’s alleged tying and monopolization; also, price-fixing
  • in DRAM and other products. 
  • Various defendants in information/conspiracy cases: e.g., asbestos/tobacco/Vioxx.

Intellectual property: Causality and damages due to alleged infringement of patents, trademarks, or copyrights, and theft or misappropriation of intellectual property. Representative retentions by: 

  • Veeva: damages for misappropriation of clinical trial software trade secrets alleged by Medidata.
  • Google: damages for patent infringement and trade secret misappropriation alleged by Space Data.
  • ADT: damages for patent infringement alleged by Applied Capital Inc.
  • Sound Exchange: rates for streaming music (WEB IV). 
  • Gold Medal Bakeries: damages for rival’s alleged trademark infringement.
  • AT&T Corporation: damages for Sprint’s alleged trademark infringement. 
  • Computer Motion: damages for Intuitive Surgical’s alleged patent infringement, and to advise on the parties’ resulting merger.