Alexis Lavko is a Director at Epsilon Economics specializing in the assessment of commercial damages in matters involving intellectual property. Alexis has consulted on numerous engagements involving the valuation of intellectual property and the determination of economic damages in commercial lawsuits, including patent, copyright and trademark infringement, trade secret misappropriation, breach of contract matters and standard essential patent litigation with RAND royalty issues. Alexis' experience includes the evaluation and analysis of financial and strategic data to quantify lost profits, reasonable royalty and unjust enrichment damages across a number of industries, including pharmaceuticals, consumer retail products, consumer electronics and industrial manufacturing.
Alexis is a board member of the Ounce of Prevention Affiliates Board, an organization dedicated to providing quality early childhood education to all children. Alexis is an active member of Chicago Women in Intellectual Property and is on the Alumni Steering Committee at Near North Montessori. Alexis regularly participates as an economic expert witness in courses offered by law firms, law schools and the National Institute for Trial Advocacy.
Alexis holds an MBA from the University of Chicago Booth School of Business, with concentrations in finance, accounting and strategic management, and a BS from Cornell University.