Iain Snoddy

Iain Snoddy



Ph.D., economics, The University of British Columbia; B.A. (first class honors), economics, Trinity College Dublin

Summary of Experience

Dr. Snoddy specializes in the application of econometric methods, statistics, and microeconomic theory to litigation matters across a wide range of industries, including online platforms, retail, agriculture, finance, technology, and health care. He has conducted economic analyses to support experts in the areas of antitrust and competition, damages, commercial disputes, labor and employment, and intellectual property. His case work includes the evaluation of alleged exclusionary conduct in app distribution platforms, assessment of false advertising claims, analyses of alleged anticompetitive practices in the health care sector, assessment of alleged defective products, and analyses of news disclosures on stock returns. Dr. Snoddy has coauthored published research on topics in antitrust and labor economics, and he has presented his work at various academic venues.