M.A., economics, University of California, Los Angeles; B.A., economics, University of California, San Diego
Summary of Experience
Mr. Beauregard specializes in the application of economic, financial, statistical, and econometric analyses. He has consulted on a variety of civil and criminal antitrust, securities, and intellectual property matters and has assisted counsel facing investigations by various US and international government agencies, including the Department of Justice and the Securities and Exchange Commission. His antitrust experience includes cases involving allegations of price fixing, predatory pricing, price discrimination, concerted refusals to deal, and attempted monopolization.
Mr. Beauregard's securities experience includes cases involving allegations of securities fraud and breach of fiduciary duty, the evaluation of mutual fund fees (§36(b) of the Investment Company Act), and ERISA-related matters, including evaluations of 401(k) plan fees, securities lending, and investment suitability. Some of his more prominent cases include In re American Funds Fee Litigation and United States of America v. Frederick S. Schiff.
Mr. Beauregard also has experience in the calculation of damages in cases involving allegations of horizontal price-fixing, attempted monopolization, patent infringement, business interruption, and tortious interference. Cases that have involved damages calculations include L-3 Communications Integrated Systems v. Lockheed Martin Corporation, Applied Medical Resources Corp. v. United States Surgical Corporation, In re THQ/JAKKS Pacific Arbitration, and Stanford v. Roche Molecular Systems.