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Dr. Dimitropoulos is a senior consultant in The Brattle Group’s Litigation and Finance Practice. He conducts research and analysis in the economics of anticompetitive practices, intellectual property, and commercial damages.

Calculating Monetary Remedies in Intellectual Property Cases in Canada
August 01, 2018
Published by The Brattle Group

This book serves as a reference to assist those involved in a quantification of monetary remedies by isolating each aspect that may be relevant to a case and focusing on the principles and case law relevant to that aspect, both recent Canadian cases as well as select international case law.

News & Events
May 08, 2020
Dimitrios Dimitropolous to Participate in CBA Teleconference on Machine Learning and Algorithmic Collusion

Brattle Associate Dimitrios Dimitropoulos will join the Canadian Bar Association (CBA) Competition Law Section’s Young Lawyers Committee teleconference on machine learning and algorithmic collusion, taking place on May 8 from 12:00–1:00 p.m. (ET).

August 01, 2018
Brattle Economists Author Book on Calculating Monetary Remedies in Intellectual Property Cases in Canada

The past few years have seen significant changes in Canadian case law regarding the computation of monetary remedies in intellectual property. Given the increasing complexity of these issues, Brattle economists Andy Harington and Dimitri Dimitropoulos, along with IP attorney Alex Stack, have developed a single, comprehensive resource to summarize the principles and the precedent case law.

January 22, 2018
Brattle Assists Agrium Obtain Regulatory Approval in $36 Billion Merger

The Brattle Group assisted the fertilizer company Agrium Inc. to obtain regulatory approval in its $36 billion merger with Potash Corporation, forming the world’s largest crop nutrient company.

December 04, 2017
Brattle Client Superior Plus Cleared in Acquisition of Canwest Based on Efficiencies

Brattle’s client Superior Plus recently received clearance from Canada’s Competition Bureau to acquire Gibson Energy’s propane distribution business, Canwest, making the post-merger business the largest propane distributor in Canada.