David Haas is a Managing Director in the Dispute Consulting group and leads Stout’s Chicago Intellectual Property practice. He has served as a damages expert witness in a wide array of litigation matters, including intellectual property and general commercial disputes. He has offered opinions in Federal District Court and in arbitrations on issues including lost profits, reasonable royalties, unjust enrichment, price erosion, prejudgment interest, and other compensation topics, including determination of incremental costs, market share, and manufacturing and marketing capacity. 

David also has experience in determining the value of intangible assets, including intellectual property, for a variety of purposes, including licensing, mergers & acquisitions, technology management and commercialization, and tax planning.

David has written articles and made presentations to numerous professional groups on topics including intellectual property damages determination, damages discovery and trial presentation, intangible asset valuation, and intellectual property licensing. From 2000 to 2014, he was an Adjunct Professor at The John Marshall Law School, where he taught an annual course in intellectual property valuation.

David was selected as one of the IAM Patent 1000 top patent damages experts in the U.S. in 2014, 2015, 2016, and 2017.

Prior to joining Stout, David was a Senior Managing Director at FTI Consulting and a Vice President at Charles River Associates.

 

Select Publications

  • Forbes.com February 2010

    The Secret of Trade Secret Success

Select Presentations and Speeches

  • Stout Intellectual Property Boot Camp November 2016

    The Essential Guide to Working with Experts: Best Practices for a Good Working Relationship and Positive Trial Outcomes
  • Wisconsin Intellectual Property Law Association November 2015

    Navigating the Patent Damages Minefield
  • Licensing Executives Society Webinar Series November 2015 Webinar

    Valuing Social Media
  • Stout Intellectual Property Symposium November 2015

    Social Media Protection, Strategy, and Valuation Issues
  • SXSW Music Conference March 2015

    Valuation of Data in Music Transactions: Valuation of Social Media IP – What’s a Tweet Worth?
  • The John Marshall Law School’s 59th Annual Intellectual Property Law Conference February 2015

    Navigating the Patent Damages Minefield
  • New York State Bar Association, Intellectual Property Law Section October 2014

    You Paid What??? IP Value in Transactions vs. Litigation
  • Evangelical Christian Publishers Association, PUBu Conference October 2014

    How to Determine the Real Value of Your Intellectual Property Assets
  • CLE Webinar with Jones Day, Procter & Gamble September 2014 Webinar

    How Can IPRs Affect Your Business Objectives?
  • Licensing Executives Society March 2014

    I Built My Patent Portfolio, But Did I Build It On Quicksand? - Valuation Issues Associated With Patent Invalidity Risk
  • Licensing Executives Society, Mobile & Consumer Electronics Committee December 2013

    Valuation Considerations in IP Licensing Strategy
  • The Knowledge Congress Webcast Series October 2013

    Effective Use of Experts in Patent Infringement Cases
  • Bay Area In-House MedTech Attorneys (BAIMA) April 2013

    Insights on Current IP Damages Issues / Common IP Valuation Methodologies
  • Michigan Intellectual Property Law Association January 2013

    Insights on Current IP Damages Issues
  • Chicago Bar Association April 2012

    Assessing Damages in Intellectual Property Cases: Copyright, Trade Secret
  • CLE webinar with Nixon Peabody October 2011

    Trade Secrets: Your Secret Weapon Under Patent Reform
  • Association of Corporate Counsel September 2011

    Damages Issues Involving NPE’s
  • CLE presentation March 2011

    Judicial Impact on Patent Value
  • The John Marshall Law School’s 55th Annual Intellectual Property Law Conference February 2011

    Apportionment Issues in IP Damages Cases
  • China Appraisal Society July 2010

    Unique Valuation Issues Related to Intellectual Property
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