Brattle experts calculated damages to Charter shareholders stemming from the 2015 Charter Communications-Time Warner Cable-Bright House merger. As part of the merger, Liberty Broadband purchased shares of Charter at an allegedly unfairly low price and received a voting proxy that gave it greater control over Charter. John Malone had considerable control of Liberty Broadband, which was already a substantial investor in Charter. Brattle calculated damages to shareholders from both sources. In March 2023, Liberty Broadband Corp. and former Charter directors agreed to an $87.5 million cash settlement.