Managing Financial Product Data In Antitrust Cases


In recent years, there have been several investigations by government agencies and follow-on civil litigations involving alleged price fixing and bid rigging of financial benchmarks. Like matters involving manufactured (i.e., physical or tangible) products, these cases include allegations of anti-competitive conduct, but the nature of the relevant financial products and the data required for economic analysis are different than those for tangible products.

 In this article, published in Law360, Edgeworth Partners Dr. George Korenko and Matthew Milner build on their previously published best practices for managing data in antitrust cases, and discuss the additional considerations that become relevant when the data involves financial products.


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