John Ramirez

Washington, D.C.

John Ramirez is an expert in competition and regulatory economics, economic impact analysis and advanced quantitative methods. He has worked on litigation matters in the European Union, India and the United States. In the European Union matters, he serves as an expert economist representing private parties in commercial settlement negotiations. Mr. Ramirez’s litigation work covers a wide range of industries including airline travel, flat glass, steel, paraffin wax, and enzymes used in DNA research. He has substantial experience developing econometric and statistical models to assess damages in antitrust and commercial litigation, value telecommunication easements and to forecast air traffic. He has also conducted numerous economic impact and industry analyses

Education

M.S, Applied & Computational Mathematics, The Johns Hopkins University

B.S, Economics, George Mason University

B.A, History, George Mason University

Work Experience

Econ One, 2013 –┬áPresent

Nathan Associates, 2000 – 2013

Marymount University, Lecturer, Department of Mathematics

Practice Areas

Antitrust

Damages

India

Selected Experience

European Paraffin Wax Cartel