Courts and competition authorities are key features of modern competitive markets. These institutions set and enforce the rules of competition in various and complex ways that often present considerable risks to firms accused of violations, and opportunities to firms who believe they are the victims of anti-competitive practices. Because many antitrust problems are essentially economic in nature, economists play a leading role in the antitrust litigation process.

We are highly skilled in helping firms and their attorneys manage antitrust risk. We have extensive experience in providing expert testimony at all stages of the litigation process in cases involving allegations of both unilateral and coordinated anticompetitive conduct.

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