Dr. Seth is an expert in applying economic principles to complex business litigation matters and public policy, particularly in the area of intellectual property.

She has provided expert testimony in intellectual property matters involving allegations of patent infringement, false advertising, and misappropriation of trade secrets. She has served as an expert witness on damages issues in district courts and in Section 337 investigations at the United States International Trade Commission (ITC). Before the ITC, Dr. Seth has testified on a range of economic issues, such as domestic industry, remedy, bonding, commercial success, public interest, and economic injury. She has aided leading companies in over 40 Section 337 investigations.

Dr. Seth has assisted counsel for government agencies, trade associations, and leading technology companies, including Intel, Apple, Hewlett-Packard, Samsung, Sony, Nokia, Macronix, LG, and Garmin. Her industry expertise includes high-tech and consumer products – such as semiconductors, flash memory devices, liquid crystal display (LCD) panels, smartphones, computers, and medical devices – as well as financial institutions and the automotive, pharmaceutical, commercial machinery and heavy equipment, and gaming industries.

In addition to her expertise in intellectual property matters, Dr. Seth is experienced in applying the tools of economic analysis to policy questions and has performed numerous policy analyses across various industries. In 2015, she assisted the Office of the Governor of Massachusetts in evaluating the proposed plan for hosting the Olympic Games and the economic impacts that hosting the Games could have on the Commonwealth.

Dr. Seth is the former Chair of the ABA-IPL ITC Committee and is a frequent speaker at CLE events.


Boston College, PhD in Economics

Mount Holyoke College, BA in Economics and Mathematics