Mr. Schwartz is a Consultant at Anderson Economic Group, working in the Strategy and Business Valuation practice area. His work to date has focused on matters of commercial damages, lost profits, and franchising—including in the automotive and food and beverage industries.
In addition, Mr. Schwartz has compiled reports for expert testimony in cases involving economic damages, franchise disputes, and valuations. This has included cases involving both large public companies—such as Tesla Motors, Chipotle Mexican Grill, and Fiat Chrysler Automobiles—and smaller and medium-sized enterprises.
An authority in sports business, Mr. Schwartz leads AEG’s growing coverage of that industry, having worked extensively as a journalist and in executive management at sports-focused technology and venture capital firms. As a reporter for Bloomberg News and Forbes Magazine, he authored more than 100 published works, focusing primarily on data-driven franchise and league valuations.
Previously, Mr. Schwartz wrote for Former U.S. President Bill Clinton and New York City’s bid for the Olympic Games. He is co-author of Baseball as a Road to God: Seeing Beyond the Game (Penguin Group, 2013), a New York Times bestselling book.
Mr. Schwartz served as Presidential Research Scholar at New York University for five years, where he lectured and previously was the inaugural Lisa Goldberg Fellow in Law. He has earned degrees from NYU in the study of law (MA) and journalism/sports business management (BA). Prior to that, he was a visiting student at Yale University and a graduate of Upper Canada College.
Peter Schwartz manages AEG’s 40 Wall Street offices in New York City.