Experts in Antitrust and Intellectual Property



Competition Economics provides economic research and consulting services to law firms, corporations, and government agencies. The focus of our research and consulting is in four practice areas: antitrust, damages, intellectual property, and regulation.

Our directors and academic affiliates are distinguished experts in their respective fields and testify with authority on complex issues arising in business litigation and regulation in the United States and around the world.



CE Director Professor Simon J. Wilkie, CE Director Dr. Michael A. Williams, and Vlad Radoias publish an article entitled “Rules of Evidence and Liability in Contract Litigation: The Efficiency of the General Dynamics Rule” in the Journal of Public Economic Theory


CE Director’s Co-Authored Case Study of the Hertz-Dollar Thrifty Merger to be Published in The Antitrust Revolution (7th edition)


CE Director Dr. Michael A. Williams assists class in obtaining a $454 million judgment in Kimberly-Clark / Halyard Health case


Professor Melanie Stallings Williams, CE Director Dr. Michael A. Williams and CE Principal Wei Zhao to publish an upcoming article entitled “The OPEC of Potatoes: Should Collusive Agricultural Production Restrictions Be Immune From Antitrust Law Enforcement?” in the Virginia Law & Business Review


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