Connor Moynihan has extensive expertise in statistical analysis and economic research involving antitrust litigation disputes. Mr. Moynihan is skilled in applying statistical testing and econometric analysis to big data and assessing the performance of economic models. As an experienced data professional, he frequently assists clients in evaluating and producing data for litigation. Throughout his work, Mr. Moynihan highlights the most relevant economic issues and condenses complex data analysis and econometrics to provide clear guidance to clients.

Mr. Moynihan’s work has focused on litigation issues involving class certification, price fixing, monopolization, and no-poaching arrangements.



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Mr. Moynihan received his MA in economic policy from Boston University and his BA in economics and business from the University of Pittsburgh.

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