M.B.A., The University of Chicago Booth School of Business; B.A., economics and international relations, Carleton College
Summary of Experience
Ms. Cotton has extensive experience conducting complex quantitative and qualitative analyses of data in both mergers and litigation matters. She has supported experts from leading universities and managed case teams in a broad range of industries on matters including antitrust, bankruptcy, class certification, intellectual property, securities, survey design, tax, and transfer pricing. Her recent case work has included the assessment of competitive effects in major antitrust matters and mergers; analysis of Federal Trade Commission merger compliance; litigation related to the Lehman bankruptcy; managing the independent evaluation of massive amounts of data in a major antitrust matter; and the determination of arm's-length pricing in a large US transfer pricing matter. Ms. Cotton also has substantial experience evaluating questions of commonality and typicality in the context of privacy, technology, and overcharge class actions.
Corporate Disputes, Jul-Sep 2018
The assessment of mergers in online and offline retail sales: Are new tools needed for the economist’s toolbox?
Concurrences No. 3 - 2018
American Bar Association Section of Antitrust Law, The Economics Committee Newsletter, Winter 2017
March 28, 2019
September 07, 2018
July 23, 2018
March 20, 2018
May 22, 2017
March 07, 2017