Ambreen Salters has more than 15 years of experience in consulting to clients and counsel involved in intellectual property and complex commercial disputes. She has assisted clients by providing a wide range of economic analyses, including lost profits, reasonable royalties, price erosion, unjust enrichment, disgorgement of profits, and market and capacity assessments.
Ambreen has testified for both plaintiffs and defendants engaged in intellectual property litigation, and has been designated as an economic expert in Federal Court (Central and Southern Districts of California, Eastern District of Virginia, Eastern and Southern Districts of Texas, New Jersey, Southern District of New York, Western District of Washington, Colorado) and State Court, as well as in arbitration proceedings.
In both the 2014 and 2015 Intellectual Asset Management’s IAM Patent 1000 publications, Ambreen was included on the short list of top patent damages experts in the U.S. According to IAM Patent 1000, “Ambreen possesses the combination of skills and personality that you just have to have; she has the right background and is likeable, articulate and able to present a complex damages case in a straightforward way.”
Ambreen’s expertise specifically includes economic analyses of patent, trademark, copyright and trade secret matters across a wide range of industries such as aerospace, automotive, computer hardware, Internet and software, gaming, medical devices, pharmaceuticals, semiconductors and telecommunications. She has also participated in licensing negotiations, designed and managed royalty audits and performed intellectual property valuations for licensors and licensees.
Ambreen also has extensive experience in complex commercial disputes. She has advised clients on matters such as breach of contract, anti-competition, employment and breach of fiduciary duty, purchase and sale agreements, lost profits, stock valuation disputes, lost wages and sales trends.
Prior to joining StoneTurn, Ambreen was the Strategic Initiatives Coordinator in the Houston Branch of the Federal Reserve Bank of Dallas, where she was responsible for the analysis of and reporting on profitability trends in the commercial banking and energy industries; evaluation of the Federal Reserve’s role in the U.S. check system and its competitive effects on the payments industry; and decentralization issues within the Federal Reserve System. Previously, she was a consultant with InteCap (now CRA) and Huron Consulting Group.
Ambreen serves as an adjunct professor of economics at Houston Baptist University.