Matt Neideffer has advised clients and provided analyses supporting expert testimony in antitrust, wage and overtime disputes, class certification, and public policy matters.

He has extensive experience coordinating large-scale projects and conducting complex analysis. These analyses have been presented in federal and state courts, and before regulatory agencies including the Department of Justice and Federal Trade Commission.

Mr. Neideffer received bachelor’s degrees in economics and psychology from San Diego State University and advanced to candidacy for a PhD in economics at Texas A&M University. He has taught courses in econometrics, research methods in economics, microeconomics, and macroeconomics.

Employment History

1999 – 2010

Areas of Expertise


Texas A&M University
ABD, Economics, 1999

San Diego State University
BA, Economics and Psychology, 1992