Dr. Lehmann specializes in applying microeconomics, econometrics, and statistical methods to complex litigation and government investigations in the areas of antitrust and competition, labor and employment, health care, and commercial damages. She has extensive experience in labor market antitrust matters and has evaluated market definition, market power, class certification, liability, and damages issues in antitrust cases in the pharmaceutical, health care, technology, and consumer products industries. In labor and employment matters, Dr. Lehmann has served as a testifying or consulting expert in matters involving allegations of worker misclassification, violations of wage & hour laws, discrimination, and breach of non-compete agreements. In her work with pharmaceutical and medical device industries, she has analyzed economic, health, and scientific data to assess liability, damages, and causation. She regularly leads teams supporting biostatisticians, epidemiologists, scientists, and regulatory experts in evaluating research and development processes and analyzing clinical trial, laboratory testing, registry, medical claims, and adverse events data in product liability, intellectual property, and breach of contract disputes. Dr. Lehmann research has been published in the Journal of Economic Literature , The Journal of Human Resources , Labour Economics , Cartel & Joint Conduct Review , Distribution , Cybersecurity Law & Strategy , and Antitrust Report , and her academic work has been cited in leading media outlets, including Scientific American , Forbes , and BBC News . She serves as a vice-chair of the Distribution and Franchising Committee of the American Bar Association (ABA) Antitrust Law Section. Prior to joining Analysis Group, Dr. Lehmann was an assistant professor of economics at the University of Houston, where she taught courses in labor economics and microeconomics.