Catia Twal is experienced in building complex datasets and developing rigorous analyses for antitrust litigation involving assessment of class certification for direct and indirect purchasers, determining liability, and estimating damages in a variety of industries. Ms. Twal works most extensively in Edgeworth’s pharmaceutical economics practice, where she prepares large databases for discovery, and conducts statistical testing and econometric modeling in matters including price fixing, monopolization, market allocation, and pay-for-delay. In her labor and employment work, Ms. Twal conducts analyses for litigation and mediation involving claims of discrimination in hiring, pay, and promotion.

In supporting expert testimony and in consulting engagements, Ms. Twal manages teams of consultants, and develops clear and intuitive methods of presenting analytical findings to attorneys and clients. Ms. Twal also has expertise in advanced data visualizations, using Tableau to create interactive dashboards to present findings.

Community & Professional

  • American Bar Association Economic Ambassador
  • American Bar Association Health Care and Pharmaceuticals Committee Member

Case Highlights

Case Highlights

Insights & News


Edgeworth Insights

  • Blog, 04.04.2023

    On March 1, 2023, the House Committee on Oversight and Accountability launched an investigation into alleged anticompetitive behavior by pharmacy benefit managers (PBMs). Committee Chairman James Comer requested information from government agencies and three of the largest PBMs, citing concerns that consolidation among PBMs has “forced manufacturers to raise their prices” and led to “increased costs for consumers.”

The Antitrust Prescription



Ms. Twal received her BS in economics, summa cum laude, from The College of New Jersey.

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