Kate Lee has over 20 years of experience in litigation and economic consulting. Her expertise is focused on applying economic principles and empirical analysis to evaluate issues related to class certification, liability, and damages in antitrust matters. She has managed large case teams and worked with testifying experts on matters involving claims of price fixing and other forms of collusive conduct, attempted monopolization, and tying. She also has experience in intellectual property, consumer fraud, and breach of contract matters. Dr. Lee has consulted on cases in industries including aluminum, agricultural products, polyurethane foam, air cargo, cable television, plasma-derivative protein therapies, microprocessors, plastics additives, rubber processing chemicals, urological catheters, smokeless tobacco, and gasoline. Dr. Lee obtained her Ph.D. in economics from George Mason University, with a specialty in industrial organization.


George Mason University
Ph.D., Economics, 2001
M.A., Economics, 1995

Boston College
B.A., Economics, 1990

Employment History

Cornerstone Research, Inc.
2011 - 2014

1998 - 2011

Capital Economics
1996 - 1998