Ph.D. and M.A., economics, Boston College; B.A., economics and mathematics, Brandeis University
Summary of Experience
Dr. Chan specializes in the application of microeconomic theory and econometric methods to issues in business strategy and litigation. Her litigation and advisory experience includes analyses of residential mortgage-backed securities, mutual funds, bank regulatory matters, and proposed mergers in the lumber and chemical industries. She has also conducted studies to quantify the economic impact of non-bank lending, the effectiveness of rights protection mechanisms in the Internet domain name space, and the competitive marketplace changes related to the release of additional top-level domains in the Internet domain name space.