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Lisa A. Marovich

Lisa A. Marovich

  • Senior Director
  • Forensic & Litigation Consulting
  • T: +1 310 387 3396
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    • 1800 Century Park East
    • Suite 450
    • Los Angeles, CA, 90067
    • United States
    • T: +1 310 552 3774

Lisa A. Marovich is a Senior Director with FTI Consulting’s Forensic & Litigation Consulting segment and is based in Los Angeles. She holds a Ph.D. in Economic and Business History from UCLA, and a B.A. in History and Psychology (double major) from Loyola Marymount University.

Dr. Marovich has consulted on cases involving claims of patent infringement, monopolization, price fixing, anticompetitive agreements and conspiracies, exclusive dealing, bundling and tying, and predatory pricing. She has also worked on class action cases, mergers and acquisitions, government investigations, antitrust matters, and cases involving analyses of both liability and damages. Dr. Marovich’s most recent engagements have focused on patent infringement and intellectual property issues.

Dr. Marovich’s case work has covered a broad range of industries, such as cellular communications, sports technologies, music, home entertainment, ticketing, payment cards, office products, metals, building products, food and groceries, transportation services, semiconductors, personal computers, and medical devices/healthcare. Her strengths include the management, analyses, and organization of massive amounts of information; in-depth market research and economic analyses; providing support services for the preparation of expert reports; and acting as the primary client contact on cases.

Prior to joining FTI Consulting, Dr. Marovich worked as an Associate Director at Berkeley Research Group (BRG); a Senior Economist at Compass Lexecon; a Managing Economist at LECG; and a Senior Economist at Economic Analysis, LLC. In addition to her case work, Dr. Marovich has served as the Research Staff Manager and Staffing Coordinator for several years. 

Dr. Marovich also has significant experience in academia. Prior to her consulting career, she taught courses in economic history at both UCLA and Loyola Marymount University. She focused her academic research on the history of patents and intellectual property in the United States. Her doctoral dissertation was awarded the Herman E. Kroos Prize for the Best Dissertation in Business History by The Business History Conference, as well as the Mary Wollstonecraft Prize for the Best Dissertation on Women/Gender at UCLA. Her dissertation was also a finalist for the Allan Nevins Prize for the Best Dissertation on U.S./Canadian Economic History, awarded by The Economic History Association.  

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