Noah Brennan, MA
Noah Brennan, M.A. is an expert in finance, applied business economics, and intellectual property with extensive experience in economic analysis, business analysis, and consulting. He applies his expertise in a variety of areas, including strategy, valuation, and the economic analysis of patents, trademarks, trade secrets, reasonable royalties, commercial success, and others.
Mr. Brennan earned an M.A. focused on international economics and quantitative methods from UC San Diego’s School of Global Policy & Strategy, where he graduated with the highest GPA in his class. Mr. Brennan graduated magna cum laude with an undergraduate degree in Political Science/International Relations from Carleton College. Mr. Brennan speaks and reads fluent Japanese from five years of foreign work experience.
Mr. Brennan has provided consulting and analysis in a number of notable contexts, for example:
- Analysis of patent infringement damages relating to at-risk launch of a generic pharmaceutical treating ADHD,
- Analysis of trade secret misappropriation relating to technology utilized in telecommunications and handset industries,
- Commercial success analysis in ANDA litigations,
- Analysis performed for multiple strategic business consulting engagements,
- Analysis of economic damages in numerous patent infringement cases with more than $100 million at stake, and others.