Roy Weinstein has been engaged in economic research and consulting since 1969. Areas of expertise include the valuation of patent rights and other forms of intellectual property, antitrust economics, standard setting, alter ego, regulatory economics, event studies, damages calculations, bankruptcy issues, wage and hour litigation, econometrics, statistical analysis, surveys and sampling, and certain types of accounting and cost allocation questions. His patent and intellectual property work includes the calculation of lost profits and reasonable royalties, royalty audits, price erosion damages, and investigations of commercial success. His antitrust efforts have focused on issues relating to market definition, conduct, competitive impact and economic damages.
Mr. Weinstein’s articles appear in the Federal Circuit Bar Journal, the Journal of the Patent and Trademark Office Society, The Licensing Journal, the Journal of Law and Technology, the International Journal of the Economics of Business, The Antitrust Bulletin, Competition, The National Law Journal, the Litigation Services Handbook, and the California State Bar Journal. He is a member of the American Economic Association, the National Association of Business Economists, and is affiliated with the American Bar Association, Section of Antitrust Law, and the Los Angeles County Bar Association.
Mr. Weinstein has appeared as an economic expert before U.S. District Courts, State Courts in various jurisdictions, the California Public Utilities Commission, the Federal Trade Commission, the International Trade Commission, the Commodity Futures Trading Commission, the U.S. Bankruptcy Court, the Texas Commissioner of Insurance, the International Chamber of Commerce, and the Provincial Division, Ontario, Canada. He also has served as a court-appointed expert on surveys and sampling and has testified at arbitrations.