Our Team

Jon Haghayeghi, Ph.D.

Jon started working at J. Herbert Burkman & Associates in 2009. He earned his bachelor’s and master’s degrees in Economics from Southern Methodist University, Dallas, Texas. He earned his Ph.D. in Economics from Claremont Graduate University, Claremont, California working under the guidance of Dr. John Rutledge. Since 2014, Jon has taught more than twenty courses in Corporate Finance I/II and Investment Analysis at California State Polytechnic University, Pomona, California. He has taught Principles of Economics at Loyola Marymount University. Jon has also instructed valuation seminars for attendees at the American Rehabilitation Economics Association in Reno, Nevada (2014) and San Diego, California (2017). 

Faizan Khan, Ph.D.

Dr. Khan earned his B.A. in Public Policy from Southern Methodist University, Dallas, Texas, with concentrations in Law and Social Policy, and International Politics and Policy. He earned his M.S. degree in Analytical Politics and Ph.D. in Computational Analytics from Claremont Graduate University, Claremont, California. Dr. Khan has solved complex strategic business problems using predictive and behavioral technologies, computational economics and finance, game/decision theory, agent-based modeling, and several more methodological approaches. Dr. Khan currently serves as Associate Director for Apollo Global Management, Inc and teaches at Columbia University in New York, New York. 

Kevin S. Marshall, Ph.D., J.D., M.P.A

Dr. Marshall has served throughout the past 20 years as a consulting and testifying economic expert in state and federal courts throughout the United States with respect to economic issues in Robinson-Patman, antitrust, misappropriation of trade secrets, commercial, breach of contract, class-action fairness hearings, wrongful termination, employment discrimination, personal injury, and wrongful death. Dr. Marshall has served through the years as an Adjunct Professor at various college institutions, including Texas Wesleyan University’s School of Law, the Economics Department at Southern Methodist University’s Dedman College, the University of Texas at Dallas’ Business School and School of Social Sciences, and Our Lady of the Lake’s Graduate School of Business. He received the degree of Bachelor of Arts, cum laude, Phi Beta Kappa, with a major in Economics from Knox College in May 1982. Upon graduating from Knox College, he attended Emory University’s School of Law in Atlanta, Georgia, where he was conferred the degree of Juris Doctorate in May 1985. After graduating from law school, Dr. Marshall practiced law for approximately twenty years in Dallas, Texas. The concentration of his practice was in the areas of state/federal civil procedure and commercial litigation, as well as domestic and international competition law. In May 1991, he received the degree of Master of Public Affairs from the University of Texas at Dallas. In December of 1993, he received his Ph.D. in Political Economy from the University of Texas, Dallas. Dr. Marshall currently serves as the Dean at Universit of La Verne, College of Law, Ontario, California where he teaches Contracts, Sales Remedies, Antitrust, Corporate Finance, and Governance and Law & Economics.

In memory of Jon Herbert Burkman, Ph.D.   (1944-2020)

Dr. Burkman founded J. Herbert Burkman and Associates in 1987 with a mission to produce compendious research and valuation reports for clients across the world. His clients have included businesses, labor unions, government agencies, and attorneys. Since the early 1990s, Dr. Burkman has prepared an average of fifty economic reports annually, and has offered testimony in deposition or trial on several hundred occasions. He has served as both a testifying and consulting economic expert with respect to economic damages in matters of personal injury, wrongful death, and employment discrimination. He has valued losses and gains to society (net social benefits) and changes in the status quo brought about by injunctive relief, and he has determined the economic value of contracts, lost profits, lost opportunities, as well as other forms of economic loss. He earned a Ph.D. in Economics in 1977 as a National Defense Education Act (NDEA) fellow at the University of Pittsburgh, Pittsburgh, Pennsylvania and has worked full-time as an economist since 1971. He was an Adjunct Professor of Economics at Southern Methodist University, Dallas, Texas, where he taught Cost-Benefit Analysis and Monetary Policy.