Antitrust & Competition
Antitrust and competition have been at the core of Analysis Group’s work since our inception in 1981. We integrate industrial organization theory, econometrics, and industry-specific expertise, along with the latest quantitative analytical methods, to understand the conduct and market dynamics at issue in antitrust litigation and merger investigations.
Clients rely on us and our affiliated experts to provide in-depth analyses of issues relating to class certification, antitrust liability, antitrust damages, and the competitive effects of proposed mergers and acquisitions. Our work has included high-profile health care antitrust matters. Recent analyses include:
- Class certification and damages: Assessment of issues related to class certification and antitrust damages in an antitrust class action against the nation’s largest cable television company
- Collusion: Assessment of the efficacy of price-fixing cartels and damages related to direct and indirect pass-through of overcharges in an alleged global conspiracy by manufacturers of TFT-LCD flat panel displays
- Monopolization: Analysis of the relevant market for arthritis treatment and the extent to which a brand name drug exercised monopoly power
- Mergers and competitive effects: Evaluation of the competitive effects of a health system’s proposed acquisition of a physician group and analysis of upward pricing pressure from a vertical acquisition in the lift truck industry
- Overcharge estimation: Analysis and critique of approaches to estimating overcharges sponsored by class action plaintiffs’ experts in litigation involving information technology and the software industry
- AG Feature Q&A with Affiliate Austan Goolsbee
Epic Games, Inc. v. Apple Inc.
- AG Feature The “Tyranny of Market Shares”: Incorporating Survey-Based Evidence into Merger Analysis
- Featured Expert Edward A. Snyder William S. Beinecke Professor of Economics and Management, Yale School of Management
- AG Feature Franchise No-Poach Agreements Face Antitrust Scrutiny
- AG Feature Exclusionary Abuses and Multi-sided Platforms