As an economic consultant at Robins Kaplan, Jared Berry’s breadth of knowledge and experience allow him to provide robust quantitative analyses integrating complex economic, legal, and technological theories. Utilizing various economic and statistical tools, Jared continues to analyze and value technologies across a diversity of industries leading to positive outcomes in both licensing and litigation. His engagements at the firm have allowed him to develop models assessing the economic value of patents covering cellular and wireless communications, video and audio compression and decompression, image processing, search engines, touchscreens, electronic ink, hybrid electric vehicles, and GPS systems among others. In addition to working in the more traditional patent licensing and litigation contexts, Jared has also evaluated various standard essential patents within the FRAND licensing framework. Though focused primarily on technology-related matters, Jared also created economic analyses for antitrust case In re Payment Card Interchange Fee, a case resolved with the largest ever settlement of a private action under the Sherman Act.
Jared graduated cum laude with a J.D. from the University of Minnesota Law School. He has a B.S. in economics from Brigham Young University, with minors in Chinese studies and business management. Jared’s interest in technology led him to take courses in science and engineering both while as an undergraduate at BYU and also at the University of Minnesota.
Prior to working at Robins Kaplan, Jared spent a summer as a transfer pricing analyst at Ernst & Young, where he helped corporate clients develop and document their transfer pricing policies. Jared also spent a summer at the Beijing office of King & Wood drafting licensing agreements for the Beijing Olympics.
Jared speaks fluent Chinese (Mandarin) having aggregated over three years living in China, Taiwan, and Hong Kong.