Suzanne M. Buckley

Suzanne Buckley has over 15 years of experience in litigation matters, primarily involving intellectual property, breach of contract, false advertising, and other commercial disputes.  She has provided an expert report and deposition testimony in a breach of contracts case involving lighting controls, and has participated in all aspects of case work in a wide range of matters.

Ms. Buckley has acquired extensive experience in intellectual property disputes and litigation, and in the assessment of economic damages, including reasonable royalties, lost profits and price erosion, and the evaluation of economic alternatives. She has assisted counsel and their clients in many different industries including cellular phones, cameras, televisions, digital storage media, semiconductors, medical equipment, computer hardware and software, lighting controls, and telecommunications.

Previously, Ms. Buckley taught economics and worked on USAID-funded projects to implement legal and institutional reforms in several countries.

Ms. Buckley holds an M.A. in economics from the University of Maryland, College Park and a B.A. in economics and mathematics (with distinction) from Swarthmore College. She is fluent in French and Arabic.

Comments are closed.