Ph.D., economics, University of Pennsylvania; B.A., economics, and B.S., commerce, University of Virginia
Summary of Experience
Dr. Reilly is an economist specializing in antitrust, competition, finance, securities, and intellectual property. He supports the analysis of market definition, market power, and competitive effects; lost profits in intellectual property cases; appraisals used in the underwriting of mortgage-backed securities in finance matters; and price erosion, reasonable royalties, irreparable harm, and commercial success in patent infringement and trade secrets misappropriation cases. Dr. Reilly has provided expert support in recent antitrust cases involving clients such as Microsoft and the US Department of Justice (DOJ). His research topics include corporate governance, financial incentives, and public economics, and his work has been published in The Review of Financial Studies, among other publications. Dr. Reilly received the Joel Popkin Graduate Student Teaching Prize in Economics and the Lawrence Robbins Prize in Economics, both from the University of Pennsylvania.
Oxford Business Law Blog, January 12, 2022
SSRN, December 14, 2021
Competition Policy International, December 16, 2021
Columbia Law School Blue Sky Blog, December 22, 2021