Chase A. Perry is a Senior Managing Director at Ankura with over 19 years of experience providing financial and economic analysis in commercial disputes, with a focus on intellectual property matters. He has issued expert reports and provided sworn testimony on a wide range of issues in depositions, hearings, arbitrations, and trials, both in federal and state venues and assists with intellectual property management and monetization programs. He is based in Dallas.
Chase is a trusted advisor and expert in the analysis of damages in disputes. He has provided financial and economic analysis in a variety of cases including patent infringement, breach of/tortious interference with contract, copyright and trademark infringement, trade secrets misappropriation, healthcare regulation, and unclaimed property. Chase’s expertise includes the evaluation of lost profits, reasonable royalty, unjust enrichment, and diminution in market value theories, among others. He also provides assistance to clients pursuing intellectual property monetization programs.
Chase has participated in engagements involving the following industries: banking/finance, computer equipment, consumer products, cosmetics/cosmeceuticals, e-commerce, fashion/apparel, healthcare, industrial equipment/products, manufacturing, pharmaceuticals, recording and publishing, satellite equipment, semiconductors, software, sporting goods, technology, telecommunications/networks, video games.
Prior to joining Ankura, Chase was the managing member of CAP4 Consulting, a managing director at FTI Consulting, a manager at KPMG, and a senior consultant at Ernst & Young – all in dispute/litigation advisory practices. His clients have included many leading platinum and boutique law firms, as well as many of the top companies and innovators around the world.
Chase has published and taught on the subject matter of intellectual property damages, financial statement analysis, and expert witness testimony in litigation.
Parish Episcopal School
Leukemia and Lymphoma Society
Texas Scottish Rite Hospital
Dallas Independent School District