Richard J. Eichmann



San Francisco
Tel: +1 415 291 1033
Fax: +1 415 291 1020

Los Angeles
Tel: +1 213 346 3009
Fax: 1 213 346 3030

Email: richard.eichmann@nera.com
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MA in applied economics, University of Michigan
BA in economics & philosophy, University of Michigan
Doctoral courses in econometrics and mathematical economics, George Mason University
Certified Valuation Analyst, National Association for Certified Valuators and Analysts


Based in San Francisco and Los Angeles, Mr. Eichmann is a Director in NERA's Intellectual Property and Securities and Finance Practices.

Mr. Eichmann has particular expertise in damages modeling, business valuation, econometrics, statistics, sampling, and survey research methods. He excels at drawing meaningful conclusions from large disparate datasets. His quantitative skill set has been applied in the calculation of economics damages in commercial litigation in a variety of industries, including the automotive, airline, credit card, financial, energy, gaming, and pharmaceutical industries.
Mr. Eichmann has filed expert reports in Federal court on the application of statistical methods, sampling, survey design, business valuation, and econometrics as they pertain to the calculation of damages and lost profits. He has provided arbitration, deposition, and trial testimony in a range of intellectual property disputes and securities litigation.

Prior to joining NERA, Mr. Eichmann was a managing director in FTI Consulting's Forensic and Litigation Practice, and also provided economic analysis and dispute advisory services at a private litigation consulting firm and two Big 4 firms. In addition, he has worked as an analyst in the automotive industry utilizing proprietary survey research data for time series analysis, and as a research assistant for the Survey Research Center at the Institute for Social Research in Ann Arbor, Michigan, on panel study surveys.

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Correlating Patent Values with Prior Citations 18 February 2016 Media Coverage