Dr. Frank is an expert in the economic analysis of intellectual property, competition, firm strategy, and governance matters. He has consulted for numerous organizations around the world in the areas of strategy, governance, and organization design.

Among his litigation experience, Dr. Frank’s work has spanned the agriculture, automotive, biotechnology, chemical, health insurance, information technology, medical device, and pharmaceutical industries. In intellectual property work, he has estimated damages from patent infringement, copyright infringement, misappropriation of trade secrets, and breach of contract. He has also assessed the effects of corporate actions and proposed misconduct remedies on competition, analyzed economic factors associated with motions for injunctive relief, evaluated commercial success, and assessed the reasonableness of charges and payments in commercial disputes.

Dr. Frank’s research has been published in leading academic journals, including Industrial Relations, Management Science, Organizational Behavior and Human Decision Processes, Organization Science, and the Strategic Management Journal. As an Assistant Professor of Strategy at INSEAD, Dr. Frank was twice recognized as the Outstanding Teacher of Elective Courses in the MBA program. He continues to teach strategy in INSEAD’s executive programs. Before joining The Brattle Group, he was a vice president at an international economic consultancy, and held various management positions at Bayer AG in the US and Germany. A dual US and French citizen, Dr. Frank is fluent in French and German.

Practices
Education

PhD in Managerial Economics and Strategy, Northwestern University

MBA, Tepper School of Business at Carnegie Mellon University

BS in Chemistry and German, Indiana University of Pennsylvania

Languages

French

German