Aminta Raffalovich is a Vice President at Intensity with expertise in the application of economics, statistical methods, and legal theory to complex commercial litigation and disputes. She applies her expertise in a variety of areas, including intellectual property, antitrust & competition, finance, contract disputes, and business tort litigation. In these areas, Ms. Raffalovich performs analyses that include the following:
- Lost profits
- Reasonable royalties
- Unjust enrichment
- Commercial success
- Economic harm
Examples of Ms. Raffalovich’s work include the following projects:
| Patent damages for aircraft technology. Analyzed damages for alleged infringement of patented aircraft technology, including consideration of the technology, product sales, license and supply agreements, the contribution of the patented technology to sales, non-infringing alternatives, apportioned revenues, a reasonable royalty, and irreparable harm.
| Antitrust allegations related to enterprise hardware and software support services. Evaluated market power and alleged harm to a provider of the products at issue, addressing issues including market definition, economic tying arrangements, and lost profits.
| Commercial success evaluation of drug for opioid dependence. Evaluated commercial success, including analysis of the relevant market, market shares, economic profitability, a nexus between the underlying technology and product sales, marketing, pricing, and product sales relative to relevant benchmarks.
| Alleged misappropriation of trade secrets and breach of contract between two large semiconductor manufacturing foundries. Analyzed pricing, design, and other aspects of relevant products to inform on economic value of the asserted trade secrets and the economic positions that the parties would have been in if the contract had been fully complied with.
| Analysis of economic harm related to product launch in molecular diagnostics space. Evaluated potential economic harm resulting from a launch of allegedly infringing molecular diagnostics products, including potential price erosion, loss in market share, and loss in operational resources.
Ms. Raffalovich earned a Juris Doctor degree from the University of San Diego School of Law and is a member of the State Bar of California. Prior to law school, Ms. Raffalovich graduated cum laude from the University of California, Berkeley with a degree in Environmental Economics and Policy. She went on to earn a Master’s degree in Economics from California State Polytechnic University, Pomona, where she also served as an instructor in macroeconomics and econometrics courses.