A company was in the business of designing, manufacturing, marketing and distributing women's footwear and related accessories. The defendants, major clothing design and marketing companies, their licensing affiliates and a manufacturing subcontractor, began marketing women's shoes under a name similar to the one used by the company. In the resulting trademark litigation, Bruce L. Ross &Company calculated the defendants’ revenues for the purpose of the complaint and the company’s expenses for the purpose of the counter-claim. It also reviewed in detail the expenses found by the opposing expert in connection with the complaint. The team assisted counsel for the company in developing questions and critique points for the opposing expert. The case settled shortly before trial.