Apple Inc. v. Samsung Electronics Co. Ltd. et al
Reply Declaration of Sanjay Sood in Support of 86 Apple's Motion for a Preliminary Injunction filed by Apple Inc.. (Attachments: # 1 Exhibit A, # 2 Exhibit B, # 3 Exhibit C, # 4 Exhibit D, # 5 Exhibit E, # 6 Exhibit F, # 7 Exhibit G, # 8 Exhibit H, # 9 Exhibit I)(Related document(s) 424 ) (Bartlett, Jason) (Filed on 11/28/2011) Modified text on 11/29/2011 (dhm, COURT STAFF).
SOOD EXHIBIT A
UCLA Anderson School of Management
110 Westwood Plaza, B414
Los Angeles, CA 90095
(310) 825-1250; firstname.lastname@example.org
2006-present Associate Professor, UCLA Anderson Graduate School of Management
Faculty Director, Center for Management of Enterprise in Media,
Entertainment and Sports (MEMES)
Faculty Director, UCLA Anderson Behavioral Research Lab
Asst. Professor, UCLA Anderson Graduate School of Management
Asst. Professor, Jones Graduate School of Management, Rice University
Stanford University, Graduate School of Business
Ph.D. in Business (Marketing area)
Northwestern University, Kellogg Graduate School of Management
University of Illinois at Urbana-Champaign
B.S. Electrical Engineering, (Graduated with Honors)
HONORS, AWARDS AND GRANTS
UCLA Anderson Niedorf Decade Teaching Award, 2010
UCLA Anderson Citibank Teaching Award, 2005
UCLA Entertainment Institute Research Grant, 2004
Marketing Science Institute Young Marketing Scholar, 2003
Marketing Science Institute Research Grant, 2002, 1999
Jones School Student Mentoring Award, (Rice) 2000, 1999
Jones School Teaching Award, (Rice) 1999
National Science Foundation Instrumentation Grant (Rice), 1999
AMA Doctoral Consortium Representative (Stanford), 1997
Moody, H.R. and Sood, S. (2010), “Age Branding” in Drolet, A., Schwarz, N. and C.
Yoon (eds), The Aging Consumer: Perspectives From Psychology and Economics, part of
Marketing and Consumer Psychology Series, USA.
Sood, S. and S. Zhang (2008), “The Role of Brand Naming in Branding Strategies:
Insights and Opportunities” in Schmitt, B.H. And D.L. Rogers (eds), Handbook on Brand
and Experience Management, Cheltenham, UK and Northampton, MA, USA: Edward
L. Brenner, Y. Rottenstreich, Sood, S., and B. Bilgin (2007), “On the Psychology of Loss
Aversion: Possession, Valence, and Reversals of the Endowment Effect,” Journal of
Y. Rottenstreich, Sood, S., and L. Brenner (2007), “Feeling and Thinking in MemoryBased versus Stimulus-Based Choices,” Journal of Consumer Research.
Sood, S., and X. Dreze (2006), “Brand Extensions of Experiential Goods: Movie Sequel
Evaluations,” Journal of Consumer Research.
Sood, S. and M. Forehand (2005), “On Self Referencing Differences in Judgment and
Choice,” Organizational Behavior and Human Decision Processes, v98, n2, p. 144-154.
Sood, S., Y. Rottenstreich, and L. Brenner (2004), “On Decisions that Lead to Decisions:
Direct and Derived Evaluations of Preference,” Journal of Consumer Research, v31, n1,
Keller, K. and S. Sood (2003), “Brand Equity Dilution: Your Brand May Be Less
Vulnerable Than You Think,” Sloan Management Review, v45, n1, p. 12-15.
Zhang, S. and S. Sood (2002), "Deep and Surface Cues: Brand Extension Evaluations by
Children and Adults," Journal of Consumer Research, v29, n1, p. 129-141.
Keller, K. and S. Sood (2001), “The Ten Commandments of Global Branding,” Asian
Journal of Marketing, 8 (2), p. 97-108.
Bridges, S., Keller, K., and S. Sood (2000), "Communication Strategies for Brand
Extensions: Enhancing Perceived Fit by Establishing Explanatory Links," Journal of
Advertising, v29, n4, p.1-11.
Kirmani, A., S. Sood, and S. Bridges (1999), "The Ownership Effect in Consumer
Responses to Brand Line Stretches," Journal of Marketing, v63, n1, p. 88-101.
Rottentreich, Y., L. Brenner and S. Sood (1999), "Similarity Between Hypotheses and
Evidence," Cognitive Psychology, v38, n1, p. 110-128.
Brenner, L., Y. Rottenstreich and S. Sood (1999), "Comparison, Grouping, and
Preference," Psychological Science, v10, n3, p. 225-229.
RESEARCH UNDER REVIEW
“The Effects of Branding Strategies and Product Experience on Brand Evaluations” with
K. Keller, conditionally accepted at Journal of Marketing Research.
“Self Affirmation Through the Choice of High Design” with C. Townsend, conditionally
accepted at Journal of Consumer Research.
“The Effects Of Trivial Features And Types Of Comparisons On Choice Deferral,” with
S. Zhang, revising for third round resubmission to Journal of Marketing Research.
“The Impact of Product Design on Choice: A Dual Processing Perspective” with C.
Townsend, revising for Journal of Consumer Research.
Hadar, L. , Fox, C. and Sood, S., “Subjective Knowledge in Consumer Financial
Decisions,” revising for second round review to Journal of Marketing Research
SELECTED RESEARCH IN PROGRESS
“Competitive Anticipation in Marketing Decision Making”
“Protected Values are not Protected from Anchoring and Adjustment,” with C. Trepel.
“The Effect of Product Design on Choice: Aesthetics and the Self,” London Business
School (June 2011)
“Conceptualizing Brand Ideals,” INSEAD (June 2010)
“Actors as Brands: Differences in Perceived Similarity and Perceived Fit,” Yale School
of Management, Yale University (June 2008)
“The Impact of Product Design on Choice,” Harvard Business School Marketing
Seminar (March 2008)
“Anchoring and Adjustment of Protected Values,” Columbia School of Business
Marketing Seminar (May 2007)
“Feeling and Thinking in Memory-Based versus Stimulus-Based Choices,” Johnson
School, Cornell University Marketing Seminar (March 2006)
“The Effects of Comparison in Consumer Choice,” Vanderbilt University Marketing
Seminar (January 2006)
“The Effects Of Trivial Features And Types Of Comparisons On Choice Deferral,”
Stanford University Marketing Seminar (January 2005)
“On Decisions that Lead to Decisions: Direct and Derived Evaluations of Preference,”
Wharton School Marketing Seminar (April 2004)
“The Effects Of Trivial Features And Types Of Comparisons On Choice Deferral,”
Young Scholars Conference (March 2003)
Marketing Management, Brand Management, Entertainment Marketing, Advertising
“Sears Roebuck and Company” Harvard Business School Case M278.
“California Milk Processor Board: Gotmilk?,” in Strategic Brand Management, Kevin
Lane Keller, Prentice Hall.
“Nike International,” in Strategic Brand Management, Kevin Lane Keller, Prentice Hall.
Associate editor: Journal of Marketing, Journal of Consumer Psychology
Editorial Review board: Journal of Consumer Research, Journal of Marketing Research,
Ad hoc-Reviewer: Marketing Science, Psychological Science, Organizational Behavior
and Human Decision Processing, Journal of Interactive Marketing, Journal of Retailing,
California Management Review
Faculty Director, UCLA MEMES Center (2007-present)
Faculty Director, UCLA Anderson Behavioral Research Lab (2004-present)
Co-Director, local program, BDRM Conference (2006)
Non-voting member, UCLA Anderson Staffing and Promotion Committee (2003-2004)
Member, UCLA Legislative Assembly Committee (2004-2006)
Faculty Coordinator, Behavior Decision Seminar, UCLA BDM sub-group (Winter 2005,
Fall 2008, Fall 2009)
Summary of Expert Testimony
Past Five Years
Levi Strauss & Co. v. Abercrombie & Fitch Trading Co. - 2008
Northern District of California, 07-cv-03752-JSW
Conducted research to assess both the level of recognition of Levi’s® trade dress,
and the likelihood of confusion of defendant’s Ruehl jeans with Levi’s® due to
stitching on the rear pocket of Ruehl jeans.
Client: Levi Strauss & Co., end client. Townsend Townsend & Crew LLP,
counsel for Levi Strauss.
Experian Information Solutions, Inc. v. LifeLock, Inc. – 2009
Central District of California, 08-cv-00165-AG-MLG
Conducted research to determine consumers’ rationales for purchasing and
continuing a subscription to LifeLock’s service.
Client: Experian Information Solutions, Inc., end client. Jones Day, counsel for
Experian Information Solutions.
Erica Possin v. ConsumerInfo.com, Inc., d/b/a Freecreditreport.com – 2010
Central District of California, SACV10-00156-JVS
Conducted research to determine whether reasonable consumers would be misled
by ConsumerInfo.com’s web offer.
Declaration filed only – no testimony by deposition or trial
Client: ConsumerInfo.com, Inc., end client. Jones Day, counsel for
Current Employment and
Professional Engagements, Past Five Years
University of California, Los Angeles
Professional engagements (non-litigation):
The Walt Disney Company
Irish Medical Devices Association
National Promotions & Advertising, Inc.
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