ARG In the News

June 2019. Dr. Jennifer Vanderhart was selected as a winner for the Lawyer Monthly Expert Witness Awards 2019 in the area of damages analysis. For more information see Lawyer Monthly Expert Witness Awards.

March 2019. On March 26, Dr. Jennifer Vanderhart spoke in Mexico City at the ICC Conference.  She discussed the status of the app being developed by the joint ASIL-ICCA Damages Task Force.

November 2018. On November 3, Dr. Jennifer Vanderhart spoke at the 13th Fordham International Arbitration and Mediation Conference. Topics included the impact on international arbitration of the EU’s General Data Protection Regulation, the ICCA-ASIL web based damages analysis tool web app, Public policy exception and the New York Convention, Corruption and illegality in international arbitration, and the Convention on the Enforcement of Mediated Settlement Agreements and Enforceability of consent awards. For more information, see Conference on International Arbitration and Mediation.

September 2018. Dr. Jennifer Vanderhart, a member of the Advisory Board of the DC Chapter of the Licensing Executives Society, spoke at the 2018 Patent Damages Symposium in Washington, DC. The symposium addressed current issues in patent damages including allocation of lost profit and reasonable royalty damages, extraterritorial damages and econometric tools used in damages quantification.

April 2017. Dr. Vanderhart, a member of the ICCA-ASIL Task Force on Damages, spoke at the ICCA-ASIL Seminar on Damages at the World Bank.  The task force was convened to develop tools to promote consistency and rigor in the quantification of damages in international arbitration. For more information, see ICCA-ASIL Task Force on Damages.

September 2016. Jennifer Vanderhart Joins ARG ARG expands its team of PhD economists with one of the country’s leading experts in intellectual property valuation and international arbitration disputes.

July 2015. ARG Research Paper assesses accuracy of employees’ recollection concerning the number of hours they worked. Analysis determined that employees significantly overstate the number of hours actually worked.

June 30, 2015. DC Court of Appeals affirms favorable decision giving “substantial weight” to ARG expert testimony and cites ARG analysis and findings as “convincing evidence” (USCA Case #13-1274, Document #1560113). For more information, see the Court Document.

April 17, 2015. ARG Economist Jeffrey Gray testifies before the Library of Congress’ Copyright Royalty Board on the relative economic value of retransmitted television programming.

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