Brad Noffsker specializes in industrial organization, finance, and data analytics. His work encompasses a wide variety of industries and focuses on competition analysis and consumer protection issues, as well as class certification and damages analysis in complex business litigation. He coordinates large data management and analysis projects including providing econometric and statistical analysis for large-scale complex litigation projects and mergers that are reviewed by government competition bureaus. Mr. Noffsker has managed several matters involving analyses of mergers and acquisitions and has coauthored studies submitted to U.S. and Canadian antitrust agencies.

Mr. Noffsker has worked extensively on matters involving economic analysis of matters involving monopoly, monopsony, conspiracy, and Racketeer Influenced and Corrupt Organizations Act allegations. He has served as a consultant to companies in a variety of industries including energy, healthcare, pharmaceuticals, medical devices, insurance, automobile manufacturing, cigarette and smokeless tobacco manufacturing, food service, retail, banking, road construction, software manufacturing, beverages, outdoor power equipment, insurance, and fertilizer manufacturing.

Mr. Noffsker received his master's degree in finance from Texas A&M University and has taught microeconomics and finance courses at Texas A&M. In addition, Mr. Noffsker has completed Ph.D.-level economics and finance courses in microeconomic theory, macroeconomic theory, econometrics, game theory, industrial organization, labor economics, corporate finance, and investments.  


Texas A&M University
M.S., Finance, 1997

Harding University
BBA, Economics, 1989 (summa cum laude)

Employment History

LECG, LLC and predecessor companies
1996 - 2010