Sanjana Shah is an Associate at Intensity. She is experienced in the application of economic theory and research, statistical analysis, and risk forecast modeling. Ms. Shah applies her expertise to analyses that include reasonable royalties, lost profits, irreparable harm, commercial success, breach of contract, trade secrets, unjust enrichment, and FRAND licensing.
Examples of Ms. Shah’s work include the following projects:
| Alleged breach of a licensing agreement covering patented 3D film conversion technology. Determined damages based on consideration of contractual provisions, historical and forecasted film revenues, contribution of technology to overall sales and profitability, and estimation of reasonable royalties from related litigation.
| Evaluation of irreparable harm from alleged infringement of a sporting good. Analyzed marketplace dynamics, pricing, production costs & processes, market segmentation, nexus, quantifiability of potential damages, potential impacts on business opportunities and reputation of a competing firm. Also considered the balance of equities in granting the temporary restraining order.
| Damages analysis relating to alleged employee solicitation. Evaluated lost profits and unjust enrichment damages relating to causes of action for unfair competition and raiding, and misappropriation of trade secrets relating to an alleged raid of nearly 200 employees from a financial institution. Analysis also included forecasted revenues and profits, and valuation of an investment strategy.
| Alleged patent damages for web browser technology. Determined a reasonable royalty for web browser technology based on contribution of the patented technology to revenues and profits, relevant license agreements, surveys, and A/B test results.
Ms. Shah earned a B.A. in Economics, and a B.S. in Industrial and Systems Engineering from the University of Southern California, with magna cum laude honors.