Ph.D. and M.A., economics, University of California, Berkeley; B.A., economics, University of Maryland
Summary of Experience
Pierre Cremieux, President of Analysis Group, has a broad range of expertise in health economics, antitrust, statistics, and labor economics. He has consulted to numerous clients in the United States and Canada and testified in bench and jury trials, arbitrations, and administrative proceedings.
Dr. Cremieux has served as an expert and supported other experts in both litigation and non-litigation matters on antitrust issues; general commercial claims; contractual disputes; and a number of labor-related matters in a variety of industries, including high tech, pharmaceuticals, biotech, financial products, consumer products, and commodities. He has assessed the evaluation of damages on a class-wide basis in some of the largest class action matters in recent years.
His scientific research in antitrust economics, class certification, health economics, and statistics has been published in numerous peer-reviewed journals including the George Mason Law Review, the American Bar Association Economics Committee Newsletter, the Review of Economics and Statistics, the Journal of Health Economics, Industrial and Labor Relations Review, the Journal of Clinical Oncology, and the American Journal of Managed Care. Dr. Cremieux's research has been cited in leading media outlets including TheWall Street Journal and Forbes.
Dr. Cremieux has frequently presented at leading legal, health care, and economics seminars on topics such as antitrust, class certification, health economics, and statistics, in both the United States and Canada. He has also been invited to teach courses on economics, statistics, health care, and antitrust at various schools including McGill University, Boston University, Harvard Medical School, and Yale's School of Management.
Prior to joining Analysis Group in 1997, Dr. Cremieux spent five years as a professor at the University du Québec à Montréal, where he still serves as an adjunct professor.