Sophie Meadows is an economist and an expert in providing economic insights to clients facing legal disputes and investigations through rigorous analysis. Ms. Meadows’ work focuses on several areas including class certification issues, antitrust, commercial litigation, and labor and employment, across a wide range of industries. Across these fields, she has extensive experience leading project teams on large, complex cases for Fortune 500 companies.
Ms. Meadows brings a comprehensive understanding of working with complex datasets, as well as expertise in developing economic and statistical models. She has provided support to clients on issues related to the economics of class certification for both direct and indirect purchaser classes, processing and managing large data from multiple sources, and applying rigorous statistical analysis to assess class-wide issues. Throughout her work, Ms. Meadows focuses on explaining complex data and their implications clearly and accessibly to attorneys and other non-economists.
- Research Analyst, Federal Trade Commission
- Women’s Bar Association of the District of Columbia, 2021-Present
- Co-Chair, Litigation Forum
- American Bar Association, 2013-Present
- Antitrust Section
- Labor and Employment Section
- Phi Beta Kappa, Tufts University, 2008
- Litigation | 09.2019
- Litigation | 08.2019
Insights & News
- Webcast, 08.18.2020
Edgeworth Managing Principal Sophie Meadows will participate in this live webcast, hosted by The Knowledge Group, in which she will join fellow panelists to provide an in-depth analysis of the recent trends and developments on antitrust class certification and the associated economic issues. The panel will also offer best practices to help practitioners amid the changing legal landscape.
- Event, 03.16.2018
Principal Consultant Sophie Meadows will provide examples from recent cases to describe the use of large-scale data in the economic analysis of antitrust issues and how this relates to data discovery.
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Ms. Meadows received her MSc in economics from the London School of Economics and her BA in quantitative economics, summa cum laude, from Tufts University.