Chuck Fields is an expert witness with comprehensive experience working on labor and employment issues, antitrust matters, and HR analytics engagements. Mr. Fields’ unique background in economics, human resources, and business management enables him to provide effective, practical solutions for our clients.

As an expert witness, Mr. Fields applies his knowledge to a variety of labor litigation matters including discrimination, wrongful termination, and wage and hour claims. In these matters Mr. Fields applies his training and experience to develop economic and statistical models to assess the relevant claims. He communicates his findings in a straightforward manner that is accessible to his audience, from top business executives to legal counsel and courts. Mr. Fields also has valuable regulatory and compliance experience in support of EEOC and OFCCP investigations, affirmative action planning, reduction-in-force analyses, and labor relations matters.

In antitrust matters, Mr. Fields has experience working with clients in a range of areas including monopolization, price fixing, market allocation, and tying and bundling. He is involved in all phases of litigation for these matters, from managing the data discovery process to class certification, liability, and damages.

Mr. Fields also applies his extensive human resources and economic expertise when consulting with clients on a variety of HR analytics topics including compensation and benefits plan design, business strategy, organizational effectiveness, talent management, and diversity and inclusion initiatives.


  • Society for Human Resource Management
  • American Bar Association
    • Labor and Employment Section


  • Senior Human Resources Manager, Honeywell International

Case Highlights

Case Highlights

Insights & News


  • Published Article, ABA Antitrust Magazine | 09.13.2022

    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.

  • Law360 | 07.17.2015

    Dr. Stephen Bronars and Chuck Fields, along with Christopher Craig of O’Melveny & Myers, co-authored the article in Law360.

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  • Agricultural Products
  • Automotive
  • Chemicals
  • Consumer Goods
  • Financial Services
  • Food & Beverage
  • Healthcare
  • Pharmaceuticals
  • Retail
  • Technology
  • Transportation


Chuck Fields received his Masters degree in Human Resources and Industrial Relations, and his BS in Business Administration, with High Honors, from the University of Illinois in Urbana-Champaign. 

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