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About Us

Real experience means real value. Econ One economists have been educated in some of the country’s best graduate programs. But it’s our years of experience in applying theory to real-world questions that set us apart. We know how to combine theoretical and empirical analyses. We not only have the capability to develop sophisticated economic and econometric models; we have the experience and know how to dig through the data and documents to make sure the facts of the case.

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Practice Areas

We ask the questions others don’t think to ask.

EconOne Antitrust
Antitrust
We consult on antitrust matters covering a wide array of antitrust issues such as price fixing, attempted monopolization, market power boycotts, loyalty discounts, predatory pricing, competitor exclusions, dealer restraint, tying and bundling, and cases concerning Most Favored Nations clauses. We are also well versed in antitrust issues associated with intellectual property including determination…
EconOne Damages
Damages
Economic damages arise across a wide-ranging spectrum of disputes–antitrust, intellectual property, bankruptcy, contract breach, oil & gas royalty payments, wrongful termination and wrongful death, just to name a few. Damages analysis draws directly from our economic expertise and requires both a solid theoretical framework and real-world experience.  In our analysis, we frequently are requ…
EconOne Employment
Employment
Identifying employment patterns and trends can be subtle business. Sophisticated statistical analysis is a virtual necessity in litigation over employment issues. Not only do we have the tools to get it right (the theoretical expertise, the statistical and econometric skills, familiarity with the ins and outs of employer record keeping, and the knowledge of and access to publicly available benchma…
EconOne Energy
Energy
Econ One economists have decades of experience in energy litigation and regulatory issues, with specialized expertise in the oil, natural gas, and electric power industries. We have analyzed markets, pricing, contract disputes, and the impact of regulation in nearly every segment of these industries. We have worked with resource owners, producers, consumers, utilities, and regulatory bodies to und…
EconOne Health Care
Health Care
Econ One economists and statisticians have extensive experience with pharmaceutical and healthcare markets. Combining economic expertise with in-depth industry knowledge, Econ One has provided economic and statistical analysis in a broad range of antitrust, contract dispute, false claims, and reimbursement matters.  We have a comprehensive understanding of publicly available and confidential data…
EconOne Intellectual Property
Intellectual Property
Our firm-wide depth of experience with intellectual property economics translates into focus, efficiency, and insight. We employ an economic perspective to evaluate the effects of alleged intellectual property violations. In today’s market, intellectual property issues call for an understanding of how the competitive landscape changes, as well as employing economic theory and rigorous analysis t…
EconOne International Arbitration
International Arbitration
In today’s globalized world, individuals, businesses and governments increasingly interact with each other across national boundaries. On occasion, such interactions result in disputes that are addressed in international arbitration forums. We contribute our economic expertise and industry experience to the resolution of commercial and investment treaty disputes. Econ One experts are highly trai…
EconOne Data Analytics
Data Analytics
The need for probability estimates and statistical analyses not only arises across a wide-ranging spectrum of practice areas but at various stages of litigation as well. With the ever-increasing presence of data, it is critical to apply the right quantitative techniques and to interpret the results correctly. We have the expertise, the years of experience, the knowledge base, and the computational…
EconOne Valuation
Valuation
The research process is paramount when answering valuation questions. Our process is enhanced by our economic know-how, a commitment to client service and our experience withstanding the scrutiny that comes with litigation work. Econ One performs valuations of privately-held companies and individual business units, building a comprehensive picture of company finances, ownership history, tangible a…
EconOne Finance Securities
Finance & Securities
Econ One economists and statisticians have extensive experience in applying economic theory, quantitative methods and insights to complex issues in the financial services industry.  For over 20 years, we have provided both expert analysis and advice in litigation, arbitration and regulatory investigations.  We craft compelling arguments that are supported by rigorous methods and robust empirical…

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A look at indirect purchaser cases and the increasing challenges economists face.
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Case Studies

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Automotive Parts Antitrust Litigation

The U.S. Department of Justice (DOJ) Antitrust Division has an ongoing criminal investigation into price-fixing and bid-rigging conspiracies involving the sale of automotive parts to automobile manufacturers. As of September 2017, the DOJ has obtained many guilty pleas from companies and individuals, and has issued fines totalling over $2.9 billion. Since 2012, Econ One has been working with an in…

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Seaman vs. Duke University

Medical school faculty employed by Duke University and the University of North Carolina alleged that the two universities had a “No-Hire” agreement between them in violation of federal antitrust laws, and that it suppressed their wages. In support of Dr. Edward Leamer, who submitted expert reports and provided deposition testimony, Econ One analyzed the universities’ employee data to identif…

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Medicare Auditing

Econ One was retained by a healthcare consultant to assist with dozens of proactive Medicare audits. For each audit, this entailed two steps. First, Dr. Brian Kriegler selected a random sample of patient files for an outside medical expert to review. Second, Dr. Kriegler calculated estimated totals, averages, and confidence intervals based on the medical expert’s findings.

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In re: Lithium Ion Antitrust Litigation

The manufacturers of cylindrical lithium ion batteries (LIB) allegedly conspired to fix prices. The plaintiff class in this case includes those who purchased LIB batteries and any of the products that contain them (mainly notebook computers). The plaintiffs retained Econ One to assist two experts, including Prof. Ed Leamer, to determine if there was common impact of the fixed prices across the cla…

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Senne v. Major League Baseball

The putative class is a group of former and current minor league baseball players alleging they were (i) not paid for all hours worked and (ii) underpaid for overtime. Dr. Brian Kriegler used publicly available data, player transactions, and survey data to devise a classwide damages model. The trial court granted class certification with respect to the California League and FLSA opt-ins. Currently…

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Capacitors Antitrust Litigation

Virtually every electronic device manufactured today contains components known as capacitors, which temporarily store an electrical charge; trillions of capacitors are manufactured each year. Plaintiffs allege that manufacturers of aluminum, tantalum, and film capacitors agreed to raise, fix, and stabilize capacitor prices. Price-fixing in this multibillion-dollar market allegedly began as far bac…

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Sharon Cobb et al. vs. Bosch Home Appliances Corporation

Purchasers of Bosh front-loading washing machines alleged they were defective, leading to mold growth and foul odors. Dr. Phillip Johnson analyzed Bosh service data and provided a report showing that the service call and warranty claims data systematically understated the incidence of mold in Bosch washers.

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