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.
Erin Lane, Juan Nagel, and Dr. Janet Netz’s paper, Alternative Approaches to Measuring MRP: Are All Men’s College Basketball Players Exploited?, was discussed in the Chicago Policy Review.
Testimony from Dr. Janet Netz of applEcon assisted purchasers of cathode ray tube (CRT) televisions and computer monitors in obtaining a recommendation for class certification from the Interim Special Master who wrote...
The findings by a team of economists from applEcon, led by partner Jeffrey MacKie-Mason, were instrumental in a recent ruling in Geoffrey Pecover and Jeffrey Lawrence v. Electronic Arts, Inc.
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