Mr. Bergman specializes in intellectual property, commercial, and bankruptcy litigation. He has served as a testifying or consulting expert in complex business litigation, patent and technology, trade secrets, trademarks, securities litigation, business valuation, bankruptcy reorganization, solvency, and general damages related matters.
He has testified multiple times in federal court and arbitration proceedings, including a recent $236 million jury verdict in Densify v. VMware. Mr. Bergman has also been involved in a number of other high-profile intellectual property cases (including Ericsson v. Apple), and has worked extensively on some of the nation's largest bankruptcy matters, including Adelphia, Tribune, Lehman Brothers, and Los Angeles Dodgers.
Before founding Bergman Consulting in 2017, Mr. Bergman headed Conway MacKenzie's national intellectual property litigation group. Prior to that, he spent over a decade serving as an in-house economic consultant to several national law firms. Mr. Bergman also spent nearly a decade in the information technology field and has earned a number of industry-recognized certifications in hardware, software, and networking.
Mr. Bergman has a B.A. in Economics and an M.B.A from the University of California at Irvine, is a Chartered Financial Analyst ("CFA"), and is currently pursuing a Master of Computer Science degree from the Georgia Institute of Technology.