Ambreen Salters is a Partner in StoneTurn’s Houston office and has over 10 years of experience consulting for clients and counsel involved in intellectual property and complex commercial disputes. She has assisted clients engaged in intellectual property litigation and licensing negotiations by providing a wide range of economic analyses including lost profits, reasonable royalties, price erosion, unjust enrichment, disgorgement of profits, and market and capacity assessments. Ambreen designed and managed royalty audits and performed intellectual property valuations for licensors and licensees. Her subject matter expertise includes economic analyses of patent, trademark, copyright and trade secret matters in a wide range of industries including aerospace, automotive, computer hardware, internet and software, gaming, medical devices, pharmaceuticals, semiconductors and telecommunications.
Ambreen also has extensive experience in complex commercial disputes. Representative examples of engagements on which she has advised clients include breach of contract, anti-competition, employment and breach of fiduciary duty, purchase and sale agreements, lost profits, stock valuation disputes, lost wages and sales trends.
Prior to joining StoneTurn, Ambreen worked at the Federal Reserve Bank where she was responsible for the analysis of and reporting on profitability trends in the commercial banking and energy industries, evaluation of the Federal Reserve’s role in the U.S. check system and its competitive effects on the payments industry, and decentralization issues within the Federal Reserve System.