Meet the LCD Team

Teams of analysts, associates, and senior consultants across the Boston, Montreal, and San Francisco offices supported multiple experts in various phases of the litigation in the assessment of issues including class certification, direct and indirect purchasers, and damages. Our analysts and associates share insights on what it was like to work on this case.

In re: TFT-LCD (Flat Panel) Antitrust Litigation

Analysis Group and several affiliated experts were retained in connection with a long-running US investigation of an alleged global conspiracy to set artificially high prices for various sizes of thin-film-transistor liquid-crystal display (TFT-LCD) panels. The plaintiffs claimed that the defendants had engaged in price-fixing behaviors since 1998, resulting in overcharges to direct purchasers of TFT-LCD panels and finished products (such as televisions and computer monitors) containing those panels and to indirect purchasers of finished products.

Read about consultant roles below and the case outcome here


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Key Experts Involved

Professor George Foster, Professor James Levinsohn, Dean Edward Snyder, and President Pierre Cremieux.

Key Team Members Involved

President Pierre Cremieux; Managing Principals Lisa Pinheiro, Marc Van Audenrode, Aaron Yeater, Dov Rothman, and Stephen Fink; Principals Almudena Arcelus and Eric Korman; Senior Advisors George Kosicki and James Rosberg; and Vice Presidents Marissa Ginn, Mark Lewis, and Shannon Seitz. More than 30 analysts played important roles throughout the litigation process, conducting crucial research and data analysis and providing valuable input throughout the project.