Michael Jeffords is focused on assisting clients and counsel with complex financial, accounting, and damages matters, primarily in intellectual property litigation. His experience spans various business disputes across many industries, including automotive, aviation, biotechnology, coal, computer software, construction, consumer products, electronics, financial institutions, food products, internet services, medical devices, office equipment, paper, pharmaceuticals, power tools, real estate, and steel.

Michael has conducted complex damage analyses involving lost sales, lost profits, incremental profits, manufacturing capacity, fixed and variable costs, reasonable royalty, unjust enrichment, and prejudgment interest for both plaintiffs and defendants. His experience includes cases involving patent, trademark, trade secret and copyright infringement, breach of contract, fraud, antitrust, and other types of business disputes.

He has assisted counsel in developing damages strategies; analyzing company forecasts, business and strategic plans, financial statements and appropriate market data; preparing interrogatories, document requests, and deposition issues for 30(b)6 and opposing experts; and preparing trial exhibits.