Connor Moynihan has extensive expertise in statistical analysis and economic research involving antitrust issues. He has worked across all phases of the litigation process, including assisting clients with discovery issues, preparing large and complex data sets for expert analysis, and developing rigorous empirical analysis in support of expert testimony. Mr. Moynihan has experience with matters involving claims of price fixing, monopolization, violation of no-poaching arrangements, and exclusionary conduct. In these matters, he has assisted clients with assessment of class certification, merits, and damages issues.
Mr. Moynihan’s practice involves highly technical issues in econometric analysis, as well as preparation and management of large and complex data sets. However, he excels in presenting technical issues in a clear and intuitive manner to his clients. In both consulting and litigation environments, Mr. Moynihan regularly manages large teams of economists and data scientists in matters involving data discovery and construction, empirical analysis of economic issues, advanced methods of data visualization, and presentation of conceptual and analytical insights.
- American Bar Association, 2021-Present
- Antitrust Section, Young Economist Representative, 2022-Present
Insights & News
- The State of Labor Market Competition: The Treasury’s View and Potential Impact and Regulation on EmployersBlog, 06.07.2022
On March 7th, the Treasury Department released a draft report entitled “The State of Labor Market Competition” (herein “the report” or “the Treasury”), which addressed the level of concentration and anti-competitive labor practices in the U.S. economy. The report claimed to reaffirm the current administration’s executive orders regarding promoting competition in labor markets and examines possible implications.
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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.