Telecommunications and Media
Overview
Experts
Publications

Our experts apply economic and financial tools to industry issues such as the valuation of spectrum, the assessment of damages in litigation, the pricing of network access and interconnection, and the analysis of market conditions, competition, pricing, and costs.

We provide financial, regulatory, strategic and economic analyses to telecommunications companies, law firms, and federal, state, and local government agencies. Our clients span the industry: from investors, manufacturers, and technologists, to wireless and wireline service providers and policymakers.

We have worked before or on behalf of the U.S. Congress, the Department of Justice, the Department of State, the Federal Communications Commission, state regulatory commissions, and international regulatory agencies. Our work has been applied to commercial litigation, federal and state regulatory initiatives, and in the detailed analysis associated with strategy formulation. We perform retrospective analyses and estimate damages in wireless communications, local and long-distance telephony, cable television, global satellite service, European ADSL markets, and IP-based networks.

Areas of Expertise
Principals
Bazelon_066
Principal
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Dr. Bazelon consults and testifies in numerous telecommunications matters, ranging from wireless license auctions, spectrum management, and competition policy, to patent infringement, wireless reselling, and broadband deployment. More-icon
Lo_passo
Principal
Dr. Lo Passo specializes in the application of regulatory economic principles to energy, transportation, telecommunications, and other industries in Italy and throughout the world. More-icon
Marin_083
Principal
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Dr. Marín is an expert in competition and regulation in various sectors, including energy, telecommunications, transportation, and R&D-intensive industries. More-icon
Danmcfadden557
Principal
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Professor McFadden is a winner of the 2000 Nobel Prize in Economics, the E. Morris Cox Professor Emeritus of Economics at the University of California at Berkeley, and the founding director of its Econometrics Laboratory. More-icon
Principal
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Dr. Reynolds is widely known for his empirical and theoretical analyses of antitrust, regulatory, and financial issues. More-icon
Zarakas_092
Principal
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Mr. Zarakas is an expert in economic, financial, strategic, and regulatory analyses in the utility, telecommunications, and media industries. More-icon
Principal Emeritus
Principal Emeritus
Dr. Tye is an expert in economic analysis and public policy and specializes in regulatory and antitrust issues. More-icon
Academic Advisors
Academic Advisor
Dr. Brennan is a Professor of Public Policy and Economics at the University of Maryland, Baltimore County and a Senior Fellow at Resources for the Future. More-icon
Academic Advisor
Mr. Brotman is a faculty member at Harvard Law School and in the Harvard Business School Executive Education Program. More-icon
Academic Advisor
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Dr. Economides is an expert on network economics, electronic commerce, antitrust, and public policy. More-icon
Academic Advisor
Robert E. Hall is the Robert and Carole McNeil Joint Professor of Economics at Stanford University and Senior Fellow at Stanford’s Hoover Institution. More-icon
Academic Advisor
Professor Sappington is the Lanzillotti-McKethan Eminent Scholar Chair in the Department of Economics at the University of Florida, where he serves as the Director of the University’s Public Policy Research Center. More-icon
Academic Advisor
Dr. Schwartz is Professor of Economics at Georgetown University with interests in industrial organization, competition, and regulation. More-icon
Senior Associates
Mchenry_053
Senior Associate
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Dr. McHenry has consulted on numerous telecommunication matters and numerous expert reports related to spectrum management and valuation, broadband deployment, regulatory proceedings, Universal Service Fund, and competition policy. More-icon
Seth_083
Senior Associate
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Dr. Seth specializes in intellectual property litigation, including investigations at the ITC. She has prepared testimony on a range of economic issues in more than a dozen ITC investigations, and has assisted leading technology companies. More-icon
Report
Spectrum Sharing: Taxonomy and Economics
February 6, 2014
Published by The Brattle Group, Inc.
Article
The Impact of Digitization on Business Models in Copyright-Driven Industries: A Review of the Economic Issues
February 26, 2013
In The Impact of Copyright on Innovation in the Digital Age, edited by Stephen A. Merrill and William J. Raduchel, published by The National Academy of Sciences' Board on Science, Technology, and Economic Policy
Report
SureWest's Transformation and its Lessons for Today's Electric Utilities
December 2011
Published by The Brattle Group, Inc.
Report
Expected Receipts From Proposed Spectrum Auctions
July 28, 2011
Published by The Brattle Group, Inc.
Report
GPS Interference: Implicit Subsidy to the GPS Industry and Cost to LightSquared of Accommodation
June 22, 2011
Published by The Brattle Group, Inc.
Report
The Economic Basis of Spectrum Value: Pairing AWS-3 with the 1755 MHz Band is More Valuable than Pairing it with Frequencies from the 1690 MHz Band
April 11, 2011
Published by The Brattle Group, Inc.
Report
The Employment and Economic Impacts of Network Neutrality Regulation: An Empirical Analysis
April 23, 2010
Published by The Brattle Group, Inc.
Report
The Benefits of Wireless Broadband For Rural Deployments
March 16, 2010
Prepared for Qualcomm
Report
Can Internet Gambling Be Effectively Regulated? Managing the Risks
December 2, 2009
Malcolm K. Sparrow, Coleman D. Bazelon, and Charles Jackson
Published by John F. Kennedy School of Government Working Paper
Report
The Need for Additional Spectrum for Wireless Broadband: The Economic Benefits and Costs of Reallocations
October 23, 2009
Published by The Brattle Group, Inc.
Article
Too many goals: Problems with the 700 MHz auction
June 2009
Published in Information Economics and Policy