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Thought Leaders - Competition - Economists 2021
WWL Ranking: Thought Leader

Global Leader

WWL Ranking: Recommended

Peers and clients say

"He has a strong academic output which translates well into his representational work"
"He's the head honcho at quantifying damages"

Biography

David Teece is the professor in global business and director of the Tusher Initiative for the Management of Intellectual Capital, Institute for Business Innovation, Haas School of Business at the University of California, Berkeley.

He previously taught at Stanford University and Oxford University. David earned his PhD in economics from the University of Pennsylvania. He has received eight honorary doctorates and numerous prizes and other academic recognition for his professional and academic work. He has published over 200 articles and books.

David’s academic research and writing involves corporate and business strategy with specialisations in the management of technology and its commercialisation, intellectual property, and antitrust issues in high-tech industries. He has chaired boards of public companies and founded and guided numerous new enterprises in the United States and abroad. He also has complex deal and governance experience.

David also has extensive experience in intellectual property and antitrust litigation, including CalTech v Broadcom and Apple. His work in international arbitration includes litigation and appearing as an expert witness in an arbitration between the Iranian government and a department of the UK Ministry of Defence regarding valuation of partially completed tanks being built for Iran when the contract was cancelled by Iran following the fall of the shah; an arbitration between Intelsat and France Telecom and others over the distribution of satellite communications services; an arbitration between the government of Latvia and Lattelecom arising out of the decision by the government to terminate Lattelecom's exclusive contract to supply telephone service in Latvia in connection with Latvia's efforts to enter the European Union; an arbitration between Zenon and Vivendi regarding membrane-based wastewater treatment facilities; and an arbitration between members of the Space Imaging Europe joint venture in a dispute over risk allocation and performance.

Competition - Economists 2020

Professional Biography

WWL Ranking: Recommended

WWL says

David Teece is an authority on competition law, thanks to his field-leading publications and three decades of consulting experience in competition economics.

Biography

David Teece is the professor in global business and director of the Tusher Initiative on intellectual capital at the Haas School of Business at the University of California, Berkeley. He previously taught at Stanford and Oxford. David earned his PhD in economics from the University of Pennsylvania. He has received eight honorary doctorates and numerous prizes and other academic recognition for his professional and academic work. He has published over 200 articles and books.

David’s academic research and writing involves corporate and business strategy with specialisations in the management of technology and its commercialisation and competition in high-tech industries. He has chaired boards of public companies and founded and guided numerous new enterprises in the United States and abroad. He also has complex deal and governance experience.

David has extensive experience in international arbitration, including appearing as an expert witness in an arbitration between the Iranian government and a department of the UK Ministry of Defence regarding valuation of partially completed tanks being built for Iran when the contract was cancelled by Iran following the fall of the shah; an arbitration between Intelsat and France Telecom and others over the distribution of satellite communications services; an arbitration between the government of Latvia and Lattelecom arising out of the decision by the government to terminate Lattelecom's exclusive contract to supply telephone service in Latvia in connection with Latvia's efforts to enter the European Union; an arbitration between Zenon and Vivendi regarding membrane-based wastewater treatment facilities; and an arbitration between members of the Space Imaging Europe joint venture in a dispute over risk allocation and performance.

WWL Ranking: Recommended

WWL says

David Teece is regarded a senior statesman in the market, thanks to his invaluable economic insights in complex competition issues

Biography

David Teece is the professor in global business and director of the Tusher Initiative for the Management of Intellectual Capital, Institute for Business Innovation, Haas School of Business at the University of California, Berkeley.

He previously taught at Stanford University and Oxford University. David earned his PhD in economics from the University of Pennsylvania. He has received eight honorary doctorates and numerous prizes and other academic recognition for his professional and academic work. He has published over 200 articles and books.

David’s academic research and writing involves corporate and business strategy with specialisations in the management of technology and its commercialisation, intellectual property, and antitrust issues in high-tech industries. He has chaired boards of public companies and founded and guided numerous new enterprises in the United States and abroad. He also has complex deal and governance experience.

David also has extensive experience in intellectual property and antitrust litigation, including CalTech v Broadcom and Apple. His work in international arbitration includes litigation and appearing as an expert witness in an arbitration between the Iranian government and a department of the UK Ministry of Defence regarding valuation of partially completed tanks being built for Iran when the contract was cancelled by Iran following the fall of the shah; an arbitration between Intelsat and France Telecom and others over the distribution of satellite communications services; an arbitration between the government of Latvia and Lattelecom arising out of the decision by the government to terminate Lattelecom's exclusive contract to supply telephone service in Latvia in connection with Latvia's efforts to enter the European Union; an arbitration between Zenon and Vivendi regarding membrane-based wastewater treatment facilities; and an arbitration between members of the Space Imaging Europe joint venture in a dispute over risk allocation and performance.

WWL Ranking: Recommended

WWL says

David Teece is widely regarded as a “top expert” in financial consulting services. He has over 30 years of experience handling competition-related damages claims.

Biography

David Teece is the professor in global business and director of the Tusher Initiative for the Management of Intellectual Capital, Institute for Business Innovation, Haas School of Business at the University of California, Berkeley.

He previously taught at Stanford University and Oxford University. David earned his PhD in economics from the University of Pennsylvania. He has received eight honorary doctorates and numerous prizes and other academic recognition for his professional and academic work. He has published over 200 articles and books.

David’s academic research and writing involves corporate and business strategy with specialisations in the management of technology and its commercialisation, intellectual property, and antitrust issues in high-tech industries. He has chaired boards of public companies and founded and guided numerous new enterprises in the United States and abroad. He also has complex deal and governance experience.

David also has extensive experience in intellectual property and antitrust litigation, including CalTech v Broadcom and Apple. His work in international arbitration includes litigation and appearing as an expert witness in an arbitration between the Iranian government and a department of the UK Ministry of Defence regarding valuation of partially completed tanks being built for Iran when the contract was cancelled by Iran following the fall of the shah; an arbitration between Intelsat and France Telecom and others over the distribution of satellite communications services; an arbitration between the government of Latvia and Lattelecom arising out of the decision by the government to terminate Lattelecom's exclusive contract to supply telephone service in Latvia in connection with Latvia's efforts to enter the European Union; an arbitration between Zenon and Vivendi regarding membrane-based wastewater treatment facilities; and an arbitration between members of the Space Imaging Europe joint venture in a dispute over risk allocation and performance.

WWL Ranking: Recommended

WWL says

David Teece enjoys a world-class reputation in the market and is commended for the depth of his expertise on disputes related to antitrust and competition as well as intellectual property.

Biography

David Teece is the professor in global business and director of the Tusher Initiative for the Management of Intellectual Capital, Institute for Business Innovation, Haas School of Business at the University of California, Berkeley.

He previously taught at Stanford University and Oxford University. David earned his PhD in economics from the University of Pennsylvania. He has received eight honorary doctorates and numerous prizes and other academic recognition for his professional and academic work. He has published over 200 articles and books.

David’s academic research and writing involves corporate and business strategy with specialisations in the management of technology and its commercialisation, intellectual property, and antitrust issues in high-tech industries. He has chaired boards of public companies and founded and guided numerous new enterprises in the United States and abroad. He also has complex deal and governance experience.

David also has extensive experience in intellectual property and antitrust litigation, including CalTech v Broadcom and Apple. His work in international arbitration includes litigation and appearing as an expert witness in an arbitration between the Iranian government and a department of the UK Ministry of Defence regarding valuation of partially completed tanks being built for Iran when the contract was cancelled by Iran following the fall of the shah; an arbitration between Intelsat and France Telecom and others over the distribution of satellite communications services; an arbitration between the government of Latvia and Lattelecom arising out of the decision by the government to terminate Lattelecom's exclusive contract to supply telephone service in Latvia in connection with Latvia's efforts to enter the European Union; an arbitration between Zenon and Vivendi regarding membrane-based wastewater treatment facilities; and an arbitration between members of the Space Imaging Europe joint venture in a dispute over risk allocation and performance.

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