Matthew heads the firm’s intellectual property practice and provides expert testimony and consulting in applied economics. His work covers a range of cases, including intellectual property, antitrust and competition, securities litigation, and breach of contract. Matthew’s expert testimony has been accepted in domestic and international courts, tribunals, and arbitration panels; and his work as a consultant and educator spans a range of IP portfolio and valuation issues. His testimony includes the calculation of reasonable and nondiscriminatory (RAND) royalties for standard essential patents in Microsoft v. Motorola and other high-profile cases. He also consults with high-tech clients regarding intellectual property valuation matters. Matthew originally trained in electrical engineering at the University of California, Berkeley. Prior to joining Cornerstone Research, he was a professor at City University of New York and a partner at PricewaterhouseCoopers, heading up that firm’s Silicon Valley intellectual property practice.