Claire Foley Danielsson specialises in IP damages disputes and litigation and IP valuations for strategic and monetisation purposes. She helps clients to answer intellectual property-related economic questions. She advises on valuations of patents, trademarks, trade secrets and standard essential patent portfolios in industries such as telecommunications, pharmaceuticals, consumer products, medical devices, and various complex technical products.
Claire has broad experience with high-stakes IP disputes concerning patent infringement, trade secret misappropriation, and portfolio valuations. In addition to the evaluation of economic damages associated with lost profits, price erosion, and/or reasonable royalties, she has extensive experience with license disputes including over “fair, reasonable and non-discriminatory” (FRAND) terms and conditions and patent portfolio rate-setting. She has also offered expert witness testimony in US and Swedish courts.
Prior to joining Copenhagen Economics, Claire worked at an economic consultancy focused on the intersection of IP and antitrust issues near Boston, Massachusetts.