Marylee Robinson specializes in providing expert testimony and litigation consulting services, including determinations of damages in commercial litigation matters and conducting fraud and forensic accounting investigations. 

Marylee has over 20 years of experience preparing damages opinions in significant intellectual property infringement and breach of contract matters. These matters have included preparing lost profits, disgorgement of profits, price erosion, and reasonable royalty damage opinions involving design and utility patents, trademarks, trade dress, and copyrights. Her experience in these matters has covered such industries as pharmaceuticals, software, and, most recently, consumer electronic devices, including smartphones and tablets. 

Marylee also has extensive experience providing fraud and forensic accounting services in white collar crime cases with an emphasis on matters involving the analysis of voluminous documents and data. Her fraud and forensic accounting experience includes assistance to the Department of Justice in a series of investigations of corporate executives indicted for white collar crimes in both the banking and healthcare industries. She is frequently involved in the analysis and summarization of government payor healthcare claims as well as the summarization of the bank account activity of potential targets and/or defendants. Such analysis has been used to support money laundering and wire count charges in federal court as well as to assist in sentencing and forfeiture efforts.

Furthermore, Marylee has been retained as an expert in multiple matters and has provided testimony in federal court.

Select Publications

  • AICPA August 2020

    Money Laundering: The Infiltration of the Opioid Epidemic Into Financial Institutions
  • ABI Journal September 2018

    A Taxonomy of Tracing Rules: One Size Does Not Fit All
  • American Bar Association Section of Litigation Expert Witnesses Newsletter July 2016

    Lost Profits Involving Head-to-Head Competitors
  • Corporate Counsel April 2013

    A Step in the Right Direction for SEP Litigation
  • World Trademark Review December 2010

    Damage limitations
  • American Bar Association Expert Witnesses, Annual Review June 2010

    Causation: A Driving Force to Lost Profit Damages

Select Presentations and Speeches

  • ACFE Global Fraud Conference June 2019

    A Taxonomy of Tracing Rules: One Size Does Not Fit All