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    International Enforcement in a Global Economy

    International economic activity involving multiple regulatory jurisdictions has increased significantly in recent decades, spurring the creation of more fully developed antitrust policies and an increase in enforcement. Will domestic policy makers be tempted to use antitrust enforcement as a back door to protectionism? Are policies across jurisdictions naturally converging, or does enforcement differ for domestic and foreign firms?

    International Enforcement in a Global Economy
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    An Inside Look at ITC’s Expedited Investigations Pilot Program

    In this Q&A, Managing Principal Carla Mulhern and Vice President Robin Heider discuss the potential effects of the U.S. International Trade Commission’s new “fast-track” pilot program to identify patent cases eligible for early resolution of a dispositive issue.

    An Inside Look at ITC’s Expedited Investigations Pilot Program
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    Reconsidering the Hypothetical Negotiation

    Managing Principal John Jarosz questions whether a reliance on the hypothetical negotiation construct achieves the ultimate goal of reasonable royalty damages, which is to adequately compensate the patent holder.

    Reconsidering the Hypothetical Negotiation
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    What Is Water Worth?

    Changing climate conditions are having both direct and indirect effects on water quality, quantity, and availability. Companies that rely on water for manufacturing, energy generation, or health and safety in their daily operations are finding it increasingly difficult to quantify the value of this natural resource.

    What Is Water Worth?
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    The Role of Clinical Trials in Mass Torts and Related Shareholder Suits

    In mass tort product liability lawsuits, the key causality claim is whether and to what extent illnesses and deaths are related to exposure to the drug at issue. In shareholder lawsuits, randomized controlled clinical trials and similar analyses are typically required.

A Distinctive Business Model

  • A Distinctive Business Model

    • In a recent discussion with Yale School of Management Dean Edward A. Snyder, Analysis Group President CEO and Chairman Martha S. Samuelson described the principles that underlie the firm’s unique business model.

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Analysis Group Forum: Fall/Winter 2013