Taking a “Byte” Out of Antitrust Data Discovery: The Top 10 “Bits”

ABA Economics Committee Newsletter

In many antitrust cases, economists use transactional data and related information to conduct economic analyses and form opinions on antitrust impact and damages. However, a challenge facing the parties to antitrust litigation can be the identification, coding, and extraction of relevant transactional data from the plaintiff and defendant computing systems.

In this article, published in the American Bar Association’s Economics Committee Newsletter, Edgeworth Partners Dr. George Korenko and Matthew Milner provide 10 best practices to help practitioners overcome the hurdles of gathering detailed data in antitrust cases and make the process more cost efficient and effective for litigation.

Read the full article here. 


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