Case Highlights

Edgeworth provides expert testimony as well as litigation and business and regulatory consulting to lawyers, companies, and government agencies that are making strategic decisions. Our experts use sophisticated data analysis and sound economic theory to address relevant issues, explaining their work in ways that are easy to understand by non-economists including attorneys, businessmen, judges, and jurors. Explore the cases below to sample our work.


Edgeworth Partner Dr. Stephen Bronars was retained by DoorDash, Inc. to review and comment on the proposed regulations by the New York City Department of Consumer and Worker Protection.

Edgeworth contributed to the efforts of Massachusetts Appleseed on a community-led examination of racial and gender-based disparities in schools.

Dr. Deborah Foster submitted an expert report addressing allegations of improper rounding by Saint Luke’s Health System, Inc. in support of the hospital system’s motion for Summary Judgement.

According to a report from the Brookings Institution, 88 percent of gunshot incidents go unreported to police. [1] The ShotSpotter system is an acoustic gunshot detection service that detects, locates, and alerts police to gunfire, including those incidents that otherwise would have gone unreported. ShotSpotter enables law enforcement agencies to provide a precise and rapid response to detected incidents.

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 Partner and Labor Practice Group Leader Dr. Deborah Foster was retained by Seyfarth Shaw LLP in a matter alleging (among other things) gender pay disparities. 

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