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Edgeworth Economics debuts The Antitrust Prescription, the firm’s new blog that covers antitrust and other economic issues affecting companies in the pharmaceutical industry.
Edgeworth Economics launches The Antitrust Prescription, a blog covering the latest in pharmaceutical antitrust. Click to read our first post where Partner Dr. George Korenko and Managing Principal Dr. Tram Nguyen discuss a brief history of the numerosity standards and the potential implications of recent decisions in pharmaceutical antitrust matters.
In this podcast, Edgeworth partner Michael Kheyfets discusses the economics of valuing personal information and approaches to quantifying harm in data privacy litigation.
On March 21, 2022, Edgeworth clients, Eastern Mushroom Marketing Cooperative (EMMC) together with various mushroom growers, were found not liable for an alleged antitrust conspiracy to fix mushroom prices provided to Winn-Dixie Stores, Inc.
Edgeworth Economics is pleased to announce that Dr. Andrew Rodrigo Nigrinis, a talented former CFPB enforcement economist, has joined the firm. Dr. Nigrinis joins Edgeworth as a Managing Principal and is based in our Washington, DC office.
On October 6, 2022, economic consulting firm Edgeworth Economics announced that Sophie Meadows has been promoted to partner.
In this article, Edgeworth CEO Dr. John Johnson and Edgeworth President Chuck Fields, along with Kirkland & Ellis Partner James H. Mutchnik, map the DOJ’s evolving position over time and discuss both the legal and economic reasons why it is improper to presume that all such agreements should be treated under a per se standard as de facto market allocation.
Over the past decade, there has been a notable increase in the number of class actions brought against manufacturers of food and consumer packaged goods, specifically with respect to allegations of false claims in advertising and product labeling. In such cases, plaintiffs typically allege that consumers were harmed because they paid higher prices than they would have paid had they possessed complete information.
Dr. Deborah Foster was retained by the defendant in a wage and hour case, Mkhitarian v. Bank of the West, in which employees at branches of a California bank alleged that their employer violated California law by “failing to pay them for all hours worked, missed, short, late, and/or interrupted meal periods and/or rest breaks.”
Dr. Nathan Woods was retained by the defense in a matter alleging pay disparities adverse to women working with a state government agency.
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Dr. John Johnson founded and helped build Edgeworth Economics into a world-class economic consulting firm.
Dr. Deborah Foster is an expert in applying data analysis to labor and employment issues in legal disputes.
Michael Kheyfets provides his clients with economic research and rigorous data analysis in litigation, regulatory, and business analytics matters.