Karuna Batcha has extensive experience providing economic research and quantitative analysis for antitrust litigation matters and mergers and acquisitions. She is skilled at analyzing large and complex datasets to develop rigorous analysis that are presented in a clear, concise, and digestible manner to attorneys and other non-economists.

Ms. Batcha has provided support to clients on issues related to price fixing, monopolization, market allocation, and exclusionary conduct. Ms. Batcha frequently manages the processing and structuring of large data from multiple sources and applies rigorous economic analysis to asses class certification, damages and liability, and the competitive impact resulting from mergers.


  • Research Assistant, Federal Reserve Board of Governors

Case Experience



  • Pharmaceuticals
  • Automotive Parts
  • Electronics
  • Waterworks Products
  • Transportation Services
  • Agricultural Products
  • Distribution Services
  • Telecommunications
  • Tourism


Ms. Batcha received her BA in economics, magna cum laude, from Occidental College.

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