Class-certification issues are prominent in a wide variety of litigation contexts, and can be a defining element in a major antitrust case.
Mergers & Acquisitions
While knowledge of the federal antitrust guidelines is central to effective antitrust work, it is even more important for counsel and economists to hone in on the subset of issues in any particular matter that are the most critical to its outcome.
Monopolization & Dominant Firm Behavior
Allegations of price discrimination, predatory pricing, entry deterrence, and wrongful dealer termination are all highly fact specific, and require careful economic analysis of the context in which they occur.
Price Fixing & Collusion
Price-fixing, bid-rigging, coordinated capacity reductions, and other forms of collusive marketplace behavior are generally treated by both U.S. and international courts as per se violations of antitrust and competition laws.