Adam Wantz leads matters involving the economic analysis of liability and damages issues arising in commercial litigation and regulatory disputes.
Mr. Wantz’s work for Gnarus clients includes antitrust, intellectual property, discrimination, breach of contract, corporate governance, class certification and economic damages issues. His antitrust experience includes several of the most prominent price-fixing and alleged monopolization cases during the past two decades.
Prior to joining Gnarus, Mr. Wantz co-founded a money management firm and taught statistics at Northwestern University.
Mr. Wantz earned a Master of Arts in Economics from Northwestern University, and a Bachelor of Arts in Mathematics from The Johns Hopkins University.