Dr. Russell Lamb

President

Dr. Russell L. Lamb is the President and Co-Founder of Monument Economics Group. An expert in antitrust economics and applied econometrics, Dr. Lamb has more than 25 years experience as an economic consultant and more than a dozen years’ experience developing econometric models and providing expert witness and economic consulting services in cases involving antitrust, class action, and liability and damages analysis.

Having taught economics for many years at both the undergraduate and graduate levels, Dr. Lamb specializes in explaining complex economic and econometric concepts in a clear and concise manner to non-economists, including the Courts.

Prior to his work as an expert witness, Dr. Lamb developed extensive particular expertise in international and domestic agricultural economics and has undertaken extensive original research and econometric analysis related to markets for agricultural commodities. He has authored more than 50 articles in peer-reviewed journals, trade press, and major newspapers. Dr. Lamb also regularly presents at conferences on topics including the state of the U.S. Economy and farm policy.

As an economic consultant, Dr. Lamb has extensive experience in a wide-range of industries, having provided expert testimony as well as consulted in those areas. Dr. Lamb has provided expert testimony in State and Federal courts in the United States and in Superior courts in Canada, opining on a range of issues including class certification, impact, liability, market definition, and economic damages and anticompetitive effects in antitrust, RICO and consumer fraud or breach of warranty matters. In the U.S., Dr. Lamb’s work has been used by Courts in certifying class actions in a number of cases in the U.S., including Fond Du Lac Bumper Exchange Inc., et al. v. Jui Li Enterprise Company Ltd. et al., In Re: Aftermarket Automotive Lighting Products Antitrust Litigation, In Re: Titanium Dioxide Litigation, In Re: Polyurethane Foam Antitrust Litigation, and In Re: Domestic Drywall Antitrust Litigation.

Dr. Lamb has also provided expert testimony in Canada concerning markets for automotive inputs, including wire harnesses (Urlin Rent a Car v. Furukawa Electric, et al.); radiators (Darren Ewert v. Denso Corporation, et al.); anti-vibration rubber parts (Fady Samaha, et al., v. Yamashita Rubber Co., Ltd., et al.); and fuel injection systems (Serge Asselin v. Hitachi, Ltd., et al.). Dr. Lamb’s work was relied upon by the Court in certifying a class of purchasers of liquid crystal display (LCD) panels, as well as televisions, computer monitors, and laptops containing LCD panels (The Fanshawe College of Applied Arts and Technology, v. LG Philips LCD Co., Ltd., et al.).

Dr. Lamb provides consulting and testimony on a range of issues and at all stages of litigation, including data extraction, class certification, liability, damages and settlements in a wide range of matters involving:

  • Price-Fixing
  • Mergers and Acquisitions
  • Vertical Restraints
  • Monopolization
  • Anti-Dumping
  • Supply Restrictions
  • Bundling and Tying
  • Predatory Pricing
  • Exclusionary Conduct
  • International Arbitration

As an economic consultant, Dr. Lamb has extensive experience in a wide-range of industries, having provided expert testimony as well as consulted in those areas. Dr. Lamb has provided expert testimony in State and Federal courts in the United States and in Superior courts in Canada, opining on a range of issues including class certification, impact, liability, market definition, and economic damages and anticompetitive effects in antitrust, RICO and consumer fraud or breach of warranty matters. His work has been used by Courts in certifying class actions in a number of cases in the U.S. and Canada.

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