Understanding the Economics of Antitrust Injury and Damages

Washington, DC

November 20, 2019

David Kaplan and Jeffrey Klenk discussed fundamental concepts economists use to analyze injury and damages in antitrust matters, including those related to possible overcharges in a price-fixing case and lost profits in a monopolization matter. They reviewed the process of working with economic experts in antitrust matters, including how attorneys can help ensure that a retained expert has the materials necessary to conduct analyses and how to present expert findings to a judge or jury. They focused on analyzing antitrust injury and damages in the context of not only pricing-fixing and monopolization matters, but also class certification in antitrust matters.

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David Kaplan

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Jeffrey Klenk

Managing Director

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