Are Pandemic Sellers Actually Violating Price-Gouging Laws?

As COVID-19 spreads throughout the country, it is especially important unscrupulous sellers do not take advantage of Americans by selling products at unconscionable prices. In this article, published in Law360, Edgeworth Partners Dr. John H. Johnson, Dr. George Korenko, and Matthew Milner describe various concepts used when identifying appropriate benchmarks and comparators in an assessment of price gouging.

Taking a “Byte” Out of Antitrust Data Discovery: The Top 10 “Bits”

Dr. George Korenko and Matthew Milner provide 10 best practices to help practitioners overcome the hurdles of gathering detailed data in antitrust cases and make the process more cost efficient and effective for litigation.

Dr. Nathan Woods Provides Expert Testimony in California PAGA Case

Dr. Nathan Woods was retained by the defense in a matter brought against Starbucks Corporation in the Superior Court of California, County of San Diego. The case was filed by a Plaintiff asserting a representative cause of action under the California Private Attorneys General Act (PAGA).

Edgeworth Economics Recognized as Top Economic Consultancy by Global Competition Review

GCR’s profile on Edgeworth notes the firm’s 10-year anniversary and highlights some of its competition work and accomplishments, including advisory to a leading technology firm in an arbitration case involving issues of price-fixing.

Edgeworth Client Secures Landmark Win in Federal Antitrust Case Alleging Conspiracy to Raise Egg Prices

In a second trial addressing allegations of a conspiracy to reduce the supply of egg-laying hens, Edgeworth President Dr. Jesse David testified in federal court in the Eastern District of Pennsylvania, helping secure a landmark win on behalf of Rose Acre Farms.

Our Curious Amalgam | ABA Antitrust Law Section Podcast

Dr. Laila Haider was a guest on the ABA Antitrust Law Section podcast, Our Curious Amalgam, on the episode “What’s the Impact? The Role of Economists in Explaining Injury and Impact in Competition Cases.”

Independent Contractor Claims of Misclassification in the Shared Economy Transportation Industry

Dr. Nathan Woods was retained on behalf of a shared economy transportation company to analyze driver and route data in response to misclassification allegations made by independent contractors.

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