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Dr. Verlinda specializes in industrial organization, antitrust, econometrics, and statistics.

He spent 8 years at the Antitrust Division of the U.S. Department of Justice, where his casework focused on monopolization claims in the payments and electricity industries, criminal price fixing in air cargo and financial markets, and merger analysis in the consumer goods, airlines, entertainment, and electricity industries. In electricity markets, Dr. Verlinda has particular expertise in merger simulation, including incorporation of system dispatch accounting for transmission grid characteristics.

Publications
Article
Derivatives' Roles in Manipulation
October 2017
Published in the Futures and Derivatives Law Report, Volume 37, Issue 9

The article, published in the October 2017 issue of The Journal of the Law of Investment & Risk Management Products Futures & Derivatives Law Report, discusses the role derivatives play in market manipulation.

Article
Calculating Reasonable Royalty Damages Using Conjoint Analysis
August 2017
Published in the American Intellectual Property Law Association (AIPLA) Quarterly Journal

The article reviews the economic framework behind the calculation of reasonable royalty damages and explain how to implement two key methods of computing these damages—referred to as the Market Share Method (“MSM”) and the Equilibrium Profit Method (“EPM”).

Article
Market Manipulation in Energy-Related Markets
August 2017
Published in the American Bar Association's (ABA) Transportation and Energy Industries Digest
Report
Comments of Drs. Romkaew Broehm, Jeremy Verlinda, and James Reitzes to the Federal Energy Regulatory Commission Regarding Modifications to Commission Requirements for Review of Transaction Under Section 203 of the Federal Power Act and Market-Based Rate Applications under Section 205 of the Federal Power Act (Docket No. RM16-21-000)
November 28, 2016
Prepared for the Federal Energy Regulatory Commission
The comments offer commentary on four proposed changes by the FERC regarding its horizontal market power review standards for M&A and market-based rate approvals.
Report
Benefits and Costs of Integration in Transmission/Transportation Networks: An Application to Eastern Australia Gas Markets
August 01, 2016
Prepared for APA Group
The report authored by Brattle economists on behalf of APA Group reviews integration in APA’s pipeline operations in Eastern Australia since the acquisition of Epic Energy in December 2012, and identifies the economic costs and benefits associated with integration.
Report
Canadian Wireless Market Performance and the Potential Effect of an Additional Nationwide Carrier
May 12, 2014
Prepared for The Competition Bureau, Government of Canada
Article
Do Rockets Rise Faster and Feathers Fall Slower in an Atmosphere of Local Market Power? Evidence from the Retail Gasoline Market
September 2008
Published in The Journal of Industrial Economics, Vol. 56, No. 3
Article
A Comparison of Two Common Approaches for Estimating Marginal Effects in Binary Choice Models
February 2006
Published in Applied Economics Letters, Vol. 13, No. 2/10
Article
A Bayesian Analysis of Tree Structure Specification in Nested Logit Models
April 2005
Published in Economics Letters, Vol. 87, No. 1
News & Events
October 2017
Brattle Economists Author Article on Derivatives' Roles in Manipulation

Brattle Principal Shaun Ledgerwood and Senior Associate Jeremy Verlinda have authored an article published in the October 2017 issue of The Journal of the Law of Investment & Risk Management Products Futures & Derivatives Law Report, which discusses the role derivatives play in market manipulation.

August 2017
Brattle Economists and Academic Advisors Publish Article in AIPLA Quarterly on Using Conjoint Analysis to Calculate Reasonable Royalty Damages

Brattle economists Lisa Cameron and Jeremy Verlinda and Academic Advisors Greg Allenby and Peter Rossi have recently contributed the article “Calculating Reasonable Royalty Damages Using Conjoint Analysis” to the American Intellectual Property Law Association Quarterly Journal.

August 01, 2017
Article by Drs. Shaun Ledgerwood and Jeremy Verlinda on Energy Manipulation Cases Published in ABA Transportation and Energy Industries Digest

Brattle economists Shaun Ledgerwood and Jeremy Verlinda review two recent energy-related manipulation cases where the plaintiffs claimed antitrust harms, but received very different outcomes following Motions to Dismiss.

May 08, 2017
Jeremy Verlinda to Participate as Faculty During the New York State Bar Association Antitrust Trial Training Academy

Jeremy Verlinda will serve as a participating economist on the faculty of the New York State Bar Association’s (NYSBA) Antitrust Law Section Antitrust Trial Training Academy, taking place May 8-10, 2017 in New York, NY.

March 29, 2017
Jeremy Verlinda to Present at ABA’s Section of Antitrust Law Spring Meeting

Brattle Senior Associate Jeremy Verlinda will present at the 65th Annual Spring Meeting of the American Bar Association’s (ABA) Section of Antitrust Law, taking place March 28-31, 2017 in Washington, DC.

August 23, 2016
Report by Brattle Economists Quantifies Economic Benefits Associated with Natural Gas Pipeline Integration

A new report authored by Brattle economists on behalf of APA Group reviews integration in APA’s pipeline operations in Eastern Australia since the acquisition of Epic Energy in December 2012, and identifies the economic costs and benefits associated with integration.

October 10, 2014
Coleman Bazelon Contributes to Landmark Decision in Texas Voting Rights Case by Evaluating the Economic Burden of SB 14

Coleman Bazelon testified in the closely watched voting rights case, Marc Veasey, et al. vs. Rick Perry, et al., that African Americans in Texas are disproportionately impacted economically by a Texas law requiring voters to present photo identification to retain the right to vote in person.

Personal Interests

In his spare time, Jeremy enjoys a number of outdoor activities, including hiking, trekking, rock climbing, and mountaineering. He can frequently be found on evenings and weekends training for the next big adventure at the local climbing gyms and crags surrounding the Washington area.