Jon Tomlin is a leading expert in the areas of economic damages and antitrust and has advised clients in each of these areas for over twenty years. Dr. Tomlin has testified as an economic expert witness for cases in both state and federal courts. His research in law and economics has appeared in books, peer-reviewed research journals, law reviews, news publications, and on-line publications.
Dr. Tomlin has advised clients regarding complex damages issues in matters involving class certification, false advertising, breach of contract, fraud, antitrust, and intellectual property. He has taught principles of economic damages analysis in numerous seminars and as an instructor for the National Association of Certified Valuation Analysts. He has worked on projects in the high technology sector, manufacturing, retailing, healthcare, pharmaceuticals, and construction.
In the antitrust arena, Dr. Tomlin has advised clients in matters involving alleged price-fixing, monopolization and attempted monopolization, vertical restraints, exclusionary conduct, price discrimination, and predatory pricing. He has lectured on antitrust economics and damages for seminars, bar groups, and symposiums.
Dr. Tomlin’s research has appeared in such forums as the Review of Law & Economics, the B.E. Journal of Economic Analysis & Policy, and the George Mason Law Review. He has served as an economic commentator for the on-line edition of Forbes and the Street.com.
Dr. Tomlin has been heavily involved in community service and is the co-founder of Reading to Kids and the former President of the Board of Directors of School on Wheels.