Dr. Wilson has extensive experience conducting analyses for antitrust, regulatory, and other competition-related matters, including economic damages and issues involving intellectual property.

He has served as an expert witness in antitrust cases in federal court, including US v. AT&T, and in telecommunications regulatory proceedings before state commissions.

Dr. Wilson began his career at the Antitrust Division of the US Department of Justice (DOJ). In his consulting practice, he has been involved in numerous antitrust matters in both federal and state jurisdictions, including monopolization, exclusionary practices, price-fixing, and collusion cases. In addition, he has worked on a large number of merger proceedings before the DOJ and the Federal Trade Commission.

Dr. Wilson’s industry experience in consulting and litigation matters covers a wide area, including aerospace, consumer goods, chemicals, electronics, financial services, metals, movies, oil pipelines, pharmaceuticals, and telecommunications. He has published monographs and academic articles on the economics of R&D and licensing technology, on entry by foreign firms, and on exclusionary practices in technology-based industries. He is also the coauthor of three books pertaining to competition and technology issues in the telecommunications, semiconductor, and electronics industries.


Yale University, PhD and MA in Economics
Massachusetts Institute of Technology, SB in Physics