Brattle has experience and capabilities covering a full range of antitrust matters, including mergers and acquisitions; allegations of price fixing and collusion; and numerous forms of alleged monopolization and anticompetitive behavior, including exclusion, predation, bundling, tying, cost-raising strategies, contracts referencing rivals, and alleged facilitating practices.

Since many Brattle experts have worked for either the US Department of Justice or the Federal Trade Commission, they have the experience to quickly identify key economic issues and develop pertinent economic theories and empirical analyses. This enables us to help collect evidence in the pre-discovery stage, provide rapid responses during discovery, and analyze evidence for use in a persuasive court presentation.

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Rosa Abrantes-Metz
  • Principal

  • New York

Dr. Abrantes-Metz, Co-Leader of Brattle’s global Antitrust & Competition and Technology practices, has over two decades of economics experience and is skilled in providing antitrust and market analyses. She pioneered the development and application of empirical screens to detect potential collusion, manipulation, and fraud.

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Loren Smith
  • Principal

  • Washington, DC

Dr. Smith specializes in applying economic and econometric tools to antitrust and competition matters, with a focus on horizontal and vertical mergers.

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