Darlene Dennison Babcock

Darlene Dennison Babcock - Brinig Taylor Zimmer, Inc. San Diego

Darlene Dennison Babcock

Full Resume

Director at Brinig Taylor
Zimmer, Inc.
San Diego, CA
CPA and MBA-Finance

Providing Dispute Advisory and
Expert Witness Services –
Financial/Economic Damages
From her office at:
830 Nob Hill Court
Columbus, Ohio 43230
(614) 893-2970


Bachelor of Science – Accounting
Arizona State University
Cum Laude

Master’s of Business
Administration - Finance
San Diego State University

Employment History

Manager then Principal
Brodshatzer, Wallace, Spoon & Yip
San Diego, CA 1991 to 2003
Columbus, OH 2003 to 2015
Concluding matters – 2016-2018

Instructor of Courses in
Managerial Finance/ Investments
San Diego State University
1999 and 2000

Promoted through Audit Staff
Positions to
Audit Senior Manager
Touche Ross & Co.
(Predecessor to Deloitte Touche)
1980 to 1989

Utilizing her financial, business, and management experience gained at Touche Ross, Ms. Babcock began providing financial and economic damages advisory services to litigators in 1991. Since 1991, she has worked on over 125 business cases including intellectual property disputes, breach of contract claims, acquisition disputes, and other matters regarding damages measured by lost profits, reasonable royalties, unjust enrichment, incremental costs, and other methods. Since 2000, Ms. Babcock has increasingly focused her work on patent infringement cases including over 40 matters pertaining to mobile phones, the Internet, digital cameras, printers, computers, semiconductors, gaming devices, medical devices, and other products on behalf of Hewlett-Packard, Amazon.com, Qualcomm, Nintendo, Kodak, Kyocera and many other companies. In July 2018, Ms. Babcock joined Brinig Taylor Zimmer, Inc. as a Director. Litigation related services performed by Ms. Babcock include:

  • Preparation of over 50 reports in compliance with Rule 26 of the Federal Rules of Civil Procedure
  • Formulation of the damages approach
  • Identification and synthesis of evidence relevant to the Georgia-Pacific factors to develop an opinion of the relevant reasonable royalty rate for patent matters
  • Review/analysis of relevant financial information
  • Evaluation of the effect of the Entire Market Value Rule on the appropriate royalty base
  • Evaluation of the factors for recovery of lost profits
  • Consideration of a cap on reasonable royalties based on the costs of non-infringing design alternatives
  • Interviews of client personnel and technical experts
  • Research of industries and specific companies
  • Review and evaluation of pertinent contracts
  • Review/analysis of hundreds of patent licenses
  • Analysis of marketing materials and marketing research
  • Preparation of witness questions/document requests
  • Review of deposition testimony for relevant evidence
  • Calculation of the royalty base and reasonable royalty damages for patent matters
  • Quantification of past lost profits, projections of future lost profits, and quantification of unjust enrichment
  • Valuations of businesses and stock options
  • Determination of discount and capitalization rates
  • Communication/coordination with counsel
  • Expert witness testimony at deposition, in state court, Federal Court, and arbitrations