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Lori L. Jackson

LitiNomics, Inc.

Oakland, CA, USA


Lori Jackson Lori Jackson has more than 25 years of experience in litigation consulting, corporate finance and product management.  She provides expert witness testimony and consulting services in the areas of economic damages, business valuation, forensic accounting, and market/competitive analyses.  Ms. Jackson’s experience spans a range of legal matters including: breach of contract, patent infringement, misappropriation of trade secrets, and business acquisition disputes, and a range of industries including: telecommunications, computers, software, manufacturing, insurance, recreation and consulting services.  

EDUCATION

M.B.A., UNIVERSITY OF CALIFORNIA AT BERKELEY, Berkeley, CA.
B.A., STANFORD UNIVERSITY, with distinction, Stanford, CA.

PROFESSIONAL CREDENTIALS

Certified Public Accountant (CPA) - California
Accredited in Business Valuation (ABV) - AICPA
Certified in Financial Forensics (CFF) - AICPA

PROFESSIONAL EXPERIENCE

LITINOMICS, INC. 2011 - Present
Senior Consultant, Affiliate.  Provide expert witness testimony and consulting services in the areas of economic damages in commercial business litigations, business valuation, forensic accounting, and market/competitive analyses.  

PERRY-SMITH LLP, SAN FRANCISCO, CA 2008 - 2011
Senior Vice President, Consulting Services.  Provided expert witness and consulting services in matters involving patent infringement, theft of trade secrets, business acquisitions and forensic accounting.  Performed valuation analyses of privately-held companies in manufacturing, consulting, software, pharmaceutical distribution, telecommunications, leisure and financial industries.

LECG, EMERYVILLE, CA 1994 - 2008
Principal.  Provided consulting and expert testimony on a range of financial, business, and policy issues.  Analyzed telecommunications network cost models and operating expenses; assessed competition in and market dynamics of wireline, wireless and cable network services; performed merger analyses; developed and analyzed financial models used to assess damages in business litigation.

TANDEM COMPUTERS, CUPERTINO, CA 1989 - 1993
Product Manager.  Responsible for all aspects of product management and product marketing for assigned products.  Defined market requirements and strategies; developed product positioning, pricing, marketing collateral and sales support.
Manager of Forecasting.  Responsible for the development of quarterly product and revenue forecasts and analysis of actuals against forecasts.

IBM / ROLM CORPORATION, SANTA CLARA, CA 1985 - 1989
Manager, Financial Planning, Manufacturing
Manager, Group Financial Planning, Sales, Installation and Service

Managed strategic and operating plans for manufacturing and sales & service organizations.  Responsible for the planning process and the financial business models used for financial planning and measurements.

PUTNAM HAYES & BARTLETT 1980 - 1985
Associate.  Provided research and analysis on a variety of litigation matters.

PUBLICATIONS AND PRESENTATIONS

Accounting for Attorneys, Economic Damages: Lost Profits, Patent Infringement Damages, Business Valuation, approved MCLE courses presented to law firms in the San Francisco Bay Area and Sacramento, 2009 and 2010.

Forensic Accounting, presented to the Sacramento Bar Association, Trust and Estate Section, September 2010.

Assessing Economic Damages in Lost Profits Claims, presented to Sacramento Bar Association, Business Section, October 2009.

“Trends in Telecommunications Demand and Supply,” presented at the 48th Annual NARUC Regulatory Studies Program, Michigan State University, August 2006.

“The Transformation of the Telecommunications Industry,” presented to the Telecommunications Policy and Research Conference, Arlington, VA, October 2004.

“Measuring Competition for Local Services in Ameritech Ohio Using the Diagnostic Method for Assessing Competition,” with William L. Fitzsimmons, invited paper, International Engineering Consortium, Annual Review of Communications, Volume 54, June 2001.

“The Emergence of Competition in Local Exchange Service,” with Robert G. Harris, invited paper, International Engineering Consortium, Annual Review of Communications, 1995-96 edition.

PROFESSIONAL AFFILIATIONS

American Institute of Certified Public Accountants, Member
California Society of Certified Public Accountants, Member
Golden Gate University, Member of Forensic Accounting Advisory Board

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