Antitrust and Competition Cornerstone Research provides economic analysis for litigation and regulatory matters involving proposed mergers and allegations of anticompetitive horizontal conduct or monopolization. We have worked on class certification, liability, and damages in a range of industries, including technology, financial institutions, agriculture, telecommunications, and pharmaceuticals. Our staff and experts also have experience with cases at the intersection of antitrust with intellectual property and involving labor and financial markets.
Price Fixing and Horizontal Conduct
Our experience in matters involving allegations of anticompetitive horizontal conduct includes cases in which plaintiffs alleged price fixing, agreements to allocate territories or customers, or group boycotts.
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