Neilson Nipper is experienced in economic modeling, data visualization, and computer programming. He applies his expertise to damages analyses, intellectual property disputes, and antitrust and breach of contract matters. He is also skilled in business analytics.
Examples of Mr. Nipper’s work include the following projects:
Evaluation of lost profits and reasonable royalties: Created a dynamic pricing, market share, and damages model to aid in the client’s assessment of potential lost profits and reasonable royalties related to the planned launch of a first-to-market biosimilar product in the U.S.
Assessment of potential price fixing: Aggregated, standardized, and analyzed over 500GB of company transaction and operations data to assess the possibility of price fixing in the agricultural industry.
Evaluation of competitive effects of a proposed merger: Evaluated seller behavior, contract terms, and historical prices to explore the potential competitive effects of a proposed merger in the agricultural industry.
Before joining Secretariat, Mr. Nipper was a director at Intensity. His previous positions included working as an associate and analyst for a global consulting firm, where he worked directly with clients and counsel, conducted analysis and research, and created models and highly specialized computer programs.