A Texas jury found unanimously that General Electric (“GE”) violated federal antitrust law by engaging in anticompetitive conduct affecting sales of refurbished anesthesia machines and the servicing of all GE anesthesia machines. It awarded actual damages of $43,083,344 to the plaintiffs—17 independent service organizations (“ISOs”) who compete with GE’s anesthesia sales and servicing businesses.
applEcon is pleased to announce that Brian Rosewarne has been named the Managing Partner of the firm. He has been at applEcon since 2002, most recently as Senior Economist and Case Manager. Mr. Rosewarne will lead applEcon’s continuing controlled growth, developing new relationships with testifying experts and client firms.
Dr. Netz has been invited to join a group of antitrust experts speaking at the 2016 American Antitrust Institute (AAI) Private Enforcement Conference in Washington DC on November 9, 2016. The conference brings together a host of practitioners -- attorneys, economists, academics,and policy makers-- to discuss current issues relevant to private antitrust enforcement.
News Corp agreed to pay $280MM to settle a lawsuit for monopoly maintenance and related claims brought on behalf of a class of consumer packaged goods companies; applEcon’s Dr. Jeffrey MacKie-Mason was the class’s sole expert economist throughout the case.
We are looking for staff analysts to assist in the preparation of testimony for antitrust, merger and regulatory cases. applEcon provides economic analysis and consulting services to a diverse range of clients. Our work typically involves industrial organization, competitive strategy, and damages in various industries.
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