Esther Yan specializes in providing rigorous data analysis and economic research to clients involved in antitrust matters and regulatory engagements. Ms. Yan's work spans multiple aspects of the litigation process, including data discovery, assessment of class certification and damages, and mediation proceedings.
In the area of antitrust, Ms. Yan has extensive experience evaluating large and complex datasets, developing empirical analysis, and leading project teams in preparation of expert analysis involving allegations of price-fixing, monopolization, bid-rigging, and market allocation. In various regulatory matters, she has applied her technical expertise to develop economic and statistical models, conduct impact analyses, and consult on economic issues. Across her practice, Ms. Yan focuses on presenting complex empirical analysis, data visualization, and economic insights clearly and concisely to clients and attorneys.
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- Blog, 01.10.2023
One of the most relied upon statistical tools implemented by economists is regression analysis, a method with which to study the relationship between a variable of interest and “additional explanatory variables that are thought to produce or be associated with changes in the variable of interest.” Regression analysis can be particularly useful in the context of antitrust litigation.
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