Antitrust policy is designed to regulate the conduct of businesses and other entities to promote fair competition for the benefit of consumers. Underlying these policies are complex economic questions and unique issues that require sophisticated econometric and statistical analysis.
At Monument Economics Group, our team of economists, econometricians, and industry experts combine a deep understanding of actual market behavior with extensive training in empirical and theoretical economics and industry-specific knowledge to solve challenging economic issues that arise regularly in antitrust litigation. Economists at Monument Economics Group employ relevant economic theory and sound empirical methods to provide a full range of theoretical and empirical economic analysis and testimony in matters involving antitrust litigation and competition policy.
MEG’s team of economists has significant experience assisting clients throughout the entire life cycle of a case, from pre-litigation industry analyses, discovery, class certification, to liability and damages. Our experts have developed reliable economic models that withstand the most rigorous scrutiny and our opinions are routinely relied upon by courts in class certification and for determining damages.
Our experts are skilled in analyzing the entire range of economic issues that arise in antitrust matters, including relevant product and geographic market definition, pricing, market dynamics, entry conditions, agreements, single-firm conduct, and profitability.