Paul Malherbe, Ph.D.
Dr. Malherbe specializes in microeconomics, corporate finance, and intellectual property. Over the past 11
years, he has provided economic analysis in more than 100 matters in a variety of industries, including
pharmaceuticals, medical devices and supplies, internet technology, consumer electronics, payment cards, automobile manufacturing, and commercial transportation. Dr. Malherbe’s casework has included assessment of damages in intellectual property litigation, contract disputes, and antitrust cases, assessment of irreparable harm and commercial success in intellectual property litigation, asset valuation in bankruptcy proceedings, and economic analyses of collusion and market foreclosure. He has been retained as a testifying expert on damages and irreparable harm and has testified at arbitration. He has written on the assessment of patent damages and the valuation of patents using finance theory, and has modeled investors and entrepreneurs’ choice among financial contracts. Prior to joining Quantitative Economic Solutions, LLC, Dr. Malherbe was an assistant professor of economics at Connecticut College, where he taught microeconomics, corporate finance, and econometrics, among other subjects.
A Ph.D. graduate in economics from the University of Massachusetts, Dr. Malherbe also holds a B.A. and law degree from the University of Cape Town, South Africa. (Curriculum Vitae)