Richard Brady, Ph.D., is a Vice President at Intensity with expertise in microeconomics and financial analysis. Dr. Brady’s experience includes high-stakes litigation matters involving the life sciences, biotechnology, consumer technology, telecommunications, software, entertainment, pharmaceutical, and tobacco industries. Dr. Brady has taken the lead on all of Intensity’s matters at the International Trade Commission and in several high-profile cases in U.S. District Courts. Notably, he managed Intensity’s work on the Juno Therapeutics v. Kite Pharma matter from the pre-litigation phase through trial completion and was instrumental in helping secure a full damages award for Intensity’s client, Juno Therapeutics. According to Intellectual Asset Management (“IAM”), Dr. Brady “impresses with his creativity” and he is often sought to apply his expertise on economic issues pertaining to intellectual property disputes, financial matters, contract disputes, and antitrust & competition. His experience includes:
- Lost profits
- Reasonable royalties
- Economic domestic industry
- Unjust enrichment
- Music copyright and trademark valuation
- Public interest analysis
- Commercial success
- FRAND licensing
- Irreparable harm
- Breach of contract
- Loss in company value
Dr. Brady was recognized as a top U.S. economic expert and rising star by IAM in 2020 and 2021. He earned his Ph.D. in Economics from the University of California, San Diego, his M.A. in Economics from Duke University, his M.S. in Finance from the University of Memphis, and his B.S. in Finance and Management from Christian Brothers University.
Dr. Brady has published economic research in several peer-reviewed academic journals – including Econometrica, Social Choice and Welfare, Games and Economic Behavior and Judgement and DecisionMaking.
Dr. Brady earned two Master’s degrees. The first one is a Master of Arts, at Duke University, majoring in Economics. The second one is a Master of Science, at the University of Memphis, majoring in Finance.
Dr. Brady earned his Bachelor of Science degree at Christian Brothers University, majoring in Finance and Management, with a minor in Psychology.