Dr. Jules Kamin
received his Ph.D. in business economics, finance and management science from the University of Chicago Graduate School of Business, rated #1. He is an expert on Economic Damages and Economic / Financial Aspects of Liability
. He brings to the practice of forensic economics a unique combination of educational background, practical business and teaching experience, and a proven record of expert retention and testimony in over five hundred cases since 1987.
|Lost ProfitsLost Business GoodwillDiminution of Business ValueBusiness ValuationLost Earnings and BenefitsCourse of ConductBusiness TortsFraudInterference with Prospective Economic Advantage||Breach of ContractUnfair CompetitionCondemnationInfringement of Intellectual PropertyAntitrustSecuritiesPersonal Injury Wrongful Termination|
Commercial damages occur in breach-of-contract and business-tort cases that result in claims of lost profits or diminished business goodwill or business value. Intellectual-property-infringement cases and antitrust cases also can involve such loss claims. The measurement of damages in these types of cases follows a basic methodology, with some variations in intellectual-property matters. Measurement of damages in securities-fraud cases uses a different approach.