Lynette Hilton specializes in projects involving antitrust issues and economic damages. Dr. Hilton has extensive experience with issues relating to the pharmaceutical industry. Most recently her work has focused on assessing exclusionary conduct. She has analyzed damages in a number of antitrust cases alleging delayed generic entry resulting from various conduct, such as reverse payments settlements and line extensions. In addition she has worked on several projects calculating overpayments for Medicaid reimbursements.
Dr. Hilton also has experience working on issues in the energy industry. She has utilized time-series analysis to model oil and natural gas price behavior and has performed market event studies relating to the West Coast petroleum industry.
Dr. Hilton has served as an expert for plaintiffs in over a dozen wrongful death cases and several pharmaceutical cases. She has co-authored a number of articles on a wide range of topics, including a study of immigration and the welfare state which appeared in The Quarterly Journal of Economics. Her career also includes studies of the semiconductor, plastics, computer and medical technology industries.
Ph.D. in Economics, University of California, San Diego
B.A. in Quantitative Economics and Decision Sciences, University of California, San Diego
Econ One, July 1997 – Present
Micronomics, Inc., 1996 – 1997
KPMG Peat Marwick, 1995 – 1996
University of California, San Diego, 1994 – 1995
California State University San Marcos, 1993
DeCotiis Erhard Strategic Consulting Group, 1991 – 1993