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.

Competition Economics Assists the Canadian Competition Bureau in Obtaining A Consent Agreement with Loblaw Companies Limited

Wall Street Journal Publishes Article by CE Academic Affiliate Paul Farris on Pricing Strategies in a Sluggish Economy

Research on Hospital Merger Evaluation Summarized in Hospitals and Health Networks Daily

CE Director Michael J. Doane, CE Academic Affiliates Prof. Luke M. Froeb and David S. Sibley, and CE Senior Consultant Brijesh Pinto publish a forthcoming article in the Oxford Handbook on International Antitrust Economics entitled “Screening for Collusion as a Problem of Inference”

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