"I found Mr Wynn's knowledge of his area of expertise to be second-to-none"
"He is able to simplify and explain complex and technical matters of intellectual property, in a way that enables their understanding by lay-clients and is extremely compelling"
"Andrew performs extremely well under intense cross-examination"
"He is very on top of the issues and provides good testimony"
Andrew Wynn is a senior managing director at FTI Consulting and a member of its economic and financial consulting practice. During his 20 years in consultancy, Andrew has conducted economic and financial analyses on a wide range of issues for companies, law firms and public institutions. He provides advice on the value of companies and their intellectual property or other intangible assets, the quantification of damages, transfer pricing and public policy issues.
Andrew has been appointed as an expert witness and given oral testimony before the English High Court and arbitral tribunals. His arbitration experience includes projects under ICC, UNCITRAL, LCIA and SCC rules. Andrew's valuation and damages work in commercial disputes includes shareholder disputes, allegations of sale at undervalue, post-acquisition disputes, expropriation claims and quantification of lost profits.
Andrew has broad and diverse experience of intellectual property work. Andrew has provided expert evidence for courts and tribunals on damages for infringement, accounts of profits, and royalty rates in the context of infringement, collecting societies, and FRAND rates for standard-essential patents. Andrew has advised on IP valuation in both contentious and non-contentious contexts.
Andrew joined FTI Consulting in March 2011 following its transaction with LECG where he was a principal in its financial advisory services practice. He joined LECG in 2000 after receiving an MSc in economics from the University of Warwick. Andrew graduated with a BSc in economics from the University of Bristol in 1998. He attended the corporate finance programme at London Business School in 2001.