Economic Damages

Economic damages are the quantification of the economic differences between what has actually happened and what would have happened if the events that led to your litigation had not occurred. To measure damages, BVI will most likely analyze documents, conduct interviews with you and other people with knowledge of the facts of the case, research relevant factors like the economic environment and competition, and work with other experts involved in your case. Using information from these and other sources, we will develop a well-supported economic model of damages or evaluate the economic analysis of the opposition’s economics expert.