Federico Mantovanelli

Vice President
Federico Mantovanelli



Ph.D. and M.A., economics, Boston College; M.Sc., economics, and B.A., economics and business administration, Università Commerciale Luigi Bocconi

Summary of Experience

Dr. Mantovanelli is an economist specializing in the application of microeconomics, statistics, and econometrics to litigation matters in the areas of antitrust, health care, and labor and employment. In his health care work, he supports expert testimony and manages case teams in the analysis of claims data and contractual agreements across litigation areas. In his work in labor and employment, Dr. Mantovanelli has analyzed class certification issues and calculated damages in cases related to allegations of no-poach agreements. His antitrust litigation experience includes the estimation of overcharges, pass-through, and damages. He also has provided analyses of alleged anticompetitive practices in electronics manufacturing, the energy sector, and the airline industry. Dr. Mantovanelli’s research on employment and antitrust issues has appeared on Law360, the Journal of Transport Economics and Policy, and the American Bar Association’s Economics Committee Newsletter and Distribution. His academic work, focused on the long-term economic impact of historical institutions, has been published in the Journal of Development Economics and The Journal of Human Resources.