Christopher Jackman

Executive Vice President

Christopher Jackman has over 15 years of experience assisting clients with complex litigation in the areas of antitrust, finance, and consumer fraud. Mr. Jackman specializes in supporting analyses for expert testimony in litigation and business matters. In addition, he has analyzed business valuation, liability, and damages issues in support of multi-million dollar awards and assisted counsel with economic damages estimates for pre-litigation and settlement purposes.

Mr. Jackman’s experience spans industries including telecommunications, energy, healthcare, investment services, chemicals, airlines, cabotage, real estate, banking, baby products, oil, and consumer electronics. His experience includes developing sophisticated econometric models used to measure overcharges in horizontal price-fixing conspiracies and implicit prices associated with bundled goods in consumer fraud matters, as well as complex income-, market-, and asset-based financial models for use in the valuation and forecasting processes. He has also developed and maintained current and interactive indexes in various industries for use in the evaluation of assets and securities.

In 2020, Mr. Jackman received an award for Outstanding Antitrust Litigation Achievement in Economics from the American Antitrust Institute for his work in the In Re Namenda Direct Purchaser Antitrust Litigation matter.

Before co-founding Monument Economics Group, Mr. Jackman was a Managing Director at Nathan Associates. Prior to that, he was an Economist at Advanced Analytical Consulting Group, a Consultant at Econ One Research, Inc., and a Senior Associate at LECG Corp.

Expert Testimony Offered

  • Nina Greene, et al. v. Sears Protection Company, et al.
    Mr. Jackman was retained on behalf of a proposed class of purchasers of home master protection agreements sold by the Defendants to perform analyze whether a standard and reliable methodology exists that could utilize data and information possessed by the Defendants to measure damages suffered by proposed class members as a result of the alleged misconduct without resorting to individualized inquiry.
  • Benjamin Hankinson, et al. v. R.T.G. Furniture Corp. et al.
    Mr. Jackman was retained on behalf of a proposed class of purchasers of protectant used to treat furniture sold by the Defendants to perform complex data analyses in order to calculate how much protectant would have been required to treat the relevant furniture sold by Defendants relative to the amount of relevant protectant purchased by Defendants.

Selected Consulting Experience

  • In Re: Namenda Direct Purchaser Antitrust Litigation:  In a class action antitrust matter involving branded and generic Namenda tablets, a drug used to treat Alzheimer’s disease, managed analysis of class certification and damages issues, as well as industry research and preparation of expert declaration and exhibits.
  • In Re: Lamictal Direct Purchaser Antitrust Litigation.  In a class action antitrust matter involving branded and generic Lamictal tablets, a drug used to treat epilepsy and bi-polar disorder, managed analysis of class certification and damages issues, as well as industry research and preparation of expert declaration and exhibits.
  • In Re: Ductile Iron Pipe Fittings (“DIPF”) Direct Purchaser Antitrust Litigation. In a class action antitrust matter involving ductile iron pipe fittings, managed analysis of class certification, merits, and damages issues, industry research and preparation of expert declaration and exhibits.
  • In Re: Cast Iron Soil Pipe and Fittings Antitrust Litigation. In a class action antitrust matter involving cast iron soil pipes and fittings, managed analysis of class certification and damages issues, industry research and preparation of expert declaration and exhibits.
  • Lane’s Gifts and Collectibles, LLC v. Microsoft Online, Inc. In a class action antitrust matter involving online advertisements, managed analysis of damages issues, as well as the preparation of expert report and exhibits.
  • BlueCross BlueShield of Tennessee, Inc., et al. v. King Pharmaceuticals, Inc., et al. In an antitrust matter involving the delayed entry of a generic muscle relaxant drug, managed analysis of defendant transaction-level database, and the preparation of expert report and exhibits.
  • Fond Du Lac Bumper Exchange Inc., et al. v. Jui Li Enterprise Company Ltd. et al. In a class action antitrust matter involving aftermarket automotive sheet metal, managed analysis of class certification, merits, and damages issues, industry research and preparation of expert reports and exhibits.
  • In Re: Polyurethane Foam Antitrust Litigation. In a class action antitrust matter involving flexible, slabstock polyurethane foam, managed analysis of class certification, merits, and damages issues, industry research and preparation of expert reports and exhibits, as well as critiques of opposing expert analyses.
  • Thomas Boland, v. Consolidated Multiple Listing Service, Inc., et al. In a class action antitrust matter involving commission rates associated with real estate services, assisted expert with analysis of class certification issues, industry research, and 3 preparation of expert report. Managed development of damages model using defendants’ transaction-level data.
  • Eugene Allan, et al., v. Realcomp II, Ltd., et al. In a class action antitrust matter involving commission rates associated with real estate services, assisted expert with analysis of class certification issues, industry research, preparation of expert report and critique of opposing expert analysis. Managed development of damages model using defendants’ transaction-level data.
  • Nancy Jean Adams v. Apple, Inc., et al. In a class action antitrust matter involving eBooks, managed analysis of class certification issues, industry research and preparation of expert affidavit, report, and exhibits.
  • In Re: Titanium Dioxide Antitrust Litigation. In a class action antitrust matter involving titanium dioxide pigment, managed analysis of class certification, merits, and damages issues, industry research and preparation of expert declarations and exhibits, as well as critiques of opposing expert analyses.
  • Danny Lynn Electrical & Plumbing, LLC, et al., v. Veolia ES Solid Waste Southeast, Inc. In a class action RICO matter involving certain fees associated with waste removal services in the southeastern United States, managed analysis of class certification issues, industry research, appropriateness of defendants’ fee calculations, and worked with testifying expert on development of methodology for measuring damages and the preparation of expert report and exhibits.
  • Thomas L. Logue, et al., v. West Penn Multi-List, Inc. et al. In a class action antitrust matter involving commission rates associated with real estate services, assisted expert with analysis of class certification issues, industry research, preparation of expert report and critique of opposing expert analysis. Managed development of damages model using defendants’ transaction-level data.
  • In Re: Puerto Rican Cabotage Antitrust Litigation. In a class action antitrust matter involving cabotage services along the U.S.-Puerto Rican trade route, managed analysis of class certification issues, market research, preparation of expert affidavits and response to opposing experts’ affidavits. Performed estimate of damages for settlement purposes and assisted counsel with settlement claims process.
  • In Re: Mercedes-Benz Tele Aid Contract Litigation. In a class action consumer fraud matter involving telematic equipment in Mercedes-Benz vehicles, managed analysis of market definition and class-wide impact, discovery support, market research, and preparation of expert report and exhibits.
  • In Re: Aftermarket Automotive Lighting Products Antitrust Litigation. In a class action antitrust matter involving aftermarket auto lights, managed analysis of defendants’ transaction-level databases for use in damages model.
  • Clarke and Rebecca Wixon, et al., v. Wyndham Resort Development Corp. (F/K/A Trendwest Resorts, Inc.), et al. In a class action consumer fraud matter involving vacation timeshares, managed class certification analysis, discovery support, industry research, preparation of expert report and testimony, estimation of damages and response to opposing expert’s reports.
  • Nathan Nygren, et al, v. Hewlett-Packard Company. In a class action consumer fraud matter involving wireless functionality in laptop computers, managed market definition, class-wide impact and damages analyses, discovery support, preparation of expert report, testimony and response to opposing expert’s report.
  • In Re: General Motors OnStar Litigation. In a class action consumer fraud matter involving OnStar telematic equipment, managed analysis of class certification issues, damages analysis, discovery support, industry research, preparation of expert report and testimony, and critique of opposing expert’s analysis.
  • McDonough, et al, v. Toys “R” Us, Inc. d/b/a Babies “R” Us, et al. In a class action antitrust matter involving resale price maintenance agreements associated with various baby products, managed industry research, discovery support, and preparation of expert report and exhibits focusing on class-wide damages associated with the alleged misconduct. Developed and implemented damages model.
  • Tess Wiltz D/B/A Opelousas Crawfish House, et al, v. Bayer Cropscience, L.P., et al. In a class action product liability matter involving crawfish, assisted expert with industry research, discovery support, and preparation of expert report, exhibits, and testimony.
  • Chevron Phillips Chemical Company LP, v. BDP International, Inc. In a breach of contract matter involving currency exchange fees, managed industry research, discovery support, verification of plaintiff’s own damages model, alternative measurement of damages, and preparation of expert report and testimony.
  • Michael Harris, v. LG Philips LCD Co., Ltd., et al. In a class action antitrust matter involving LCD panels and products, assisted expert with analysis of class certification issues, damages analysis, industry research, discovery support, preparation of expert report and exhibits, and critique of opposing expert analysis.

Professional Affiliations and Awards

  • 2020 American Antitrust Institute Antitrust Enforcement Awards, Outstanding Antitrust Litigation Achievement in Economics (for work on the In Re Namenda Direct Purchaser Antitrust Litigation matter)
  • National Economists Club
  • National Association for Business Economics

Publications & Presentations
Mini-Roundtable – Evaluating Damages” (with Russell Lamb), Corporate Disputes Magazine, October-December 2014, 97-103.B

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