Erick Delgado brings experience applying economic and statistical analysis to complex business issues. Erick quantifies damages in disputes litigated in arbitration and State and Federal Courts and brings expertise on matters relating to antitrust, intellectual property, labor and employment, and other commercial disputes involving large or complex data.

Throughout his career, Erick served clients and led teams on engagements involving econometric and statistical analysis, sampling design, data integrity and manipulation, market analysis, forensic accounting, and quantification of damages. His case experience has been related to corporate litigation, class actions, mass torts, and individual plaintiff matters.

Further, Erick’s experience includes matters involving anti-competitive conspiracy, breach of contract, business interruption, false advertisement, misappropriation of trade secrets, intellectual property infringement, unfair competition, wage and hour violations, and lost wages due to discrimination or wrongful termination. Recently, Erick assisted in the certification of direct purchaser classes in matters involving a global food producer and a major pharmaceutical company.

Erick is an active member of the American Bar Association, including its Antitrust Law Section, and attends Houston IP Law Association events and seminars.