Dr. Netz has been invited to join a group of antitrust experts speaking at the 2016 American Antitrust Institute (AAI) Private Enforcement Conference in Washington DC on November 9, 2016. The conference brings together a host of practitioners -- attorneys, economists, academics,and policy makers-- to discuss current issues relevant to private antitrust enforcement.
News Corp agreed to pay $280MM to settle a lawsuit for monopoly maintenance and related claims brought on behalf of a class of consumer packaged goods companies; applEcon’s Dr. Jeffrey MacKie-Mason was the class’s sole expert economist throughout the case.
We are looking for staff analysts to assist in the preparation of testimony for antitrust, merger and regulatory cases. applEcon provides economic analysis and consulting services to a diverse range of clients. Our work typically involves industrial organization, competitive strategy, and damages in various industries.
By invitation from the American Bar Association, applEcon Expert Dr. Janet S. Netz served as a discussion panelist at the Antitrust Law Spring Meeting on March 26, 2014.
The American Antitrust Institute (AAI) presented awards for achievement in antitrust litigation at its annual conference in Washington DC. Janet Netz was awarded the Outstanding Antitrust Litigation Achievement in Economics for her work In re TFT-LCD Antitrust Litigation. Dr. Netz was the testifying expert for the indirect purchaser plaintiffs (IPPs) in the price-fixing case involving nine Asian manufacturers of flat panel LCD screens that were incorporated in TVs, computer monitors, and laptops. The IPP case settled for $1.082 billion in cash, which is easily the largest all-cash indirect purchaser settlement in history, and also one of the largest settlements ever in any private civil antitrust case.
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