Alex Berry specializes in economic and statistical analysis, programming, and data management for antitrust, wage and hour, and investment fraud cases. He has experience in a number of industries, including health care, finance, electronics, aviation, construction, shipping, forestry, retail, and food service. In addition to his work on expert reports for litigation, he is well positioned to assist clients with exposure analyses and mediations in a wide variety of cases.
Prior to becoming a member of the Econ One team, Mr. Berry worked on several research projects related to microfinance and public health in the Agricultural and Resource Economics department at U.C. Berkeley. Mr. Berry has also conducted research on the competitive effects of horizontal subcontracting, bid-rigging in public procurement auctions, and antitrust immunity in the airline industry.
M.A. Economics. The University of British Columbia.
B.S. Environmental Economics & Policy and Conservation & Resource Studies. University of California, Berkeley.
Econ One, 2015-Present