Matrix Economics advises clients on the contested economics in adversarial proceedings, including antitrust litigation and merger reviews. We bring fresh ideas to identify, develop, and implement appropriate analytical solutions to complex problems on behalf of law firms, corporations, and government agencies.
Matrix Economics was founded in 2016 by Dr. Tasneem Chipty. Our talented team brings a proven track record of delivering insights and clarity on the central questions in mergers, regulatory actions, and all phases of antitrust litigation.
WHAT WE DO
Here are a few ways we help our clients:
We analyze the competitive landscape and identify potential regulatory risks.
First 30 Days
We develop analyses that help decision-makers understand the relevant economic issues.
We develop deeper insights grounded in rigorous economic analyses.
Meetings with Regulators
We help educate regulators by presenting analyses to key decisionmakers.
If necessary, we help identify and assess potential remedies, including divestitures.
We think through the economics of alleged wrong doing and ground complaints in rigorous economics.
We identify key data, documents, and deposition testimony that are integral to analyzing the competitive effects of the alleged conduct.
We develop economic analyses that examine relevant theories of harm and expose the flaws in opposing experts’ opinions.
We help assess whether a dispute is best resolved by litigation and analyze settlement scenarios.
We help guide the trier of fact to conclusions supported by valid economic evidence.
Experts at Matrix Economics have analyzed a broad array of industries such as: airlines, electricity, healthcare, media, packaged goods, pharmaceuticals, semiconductors, and telecommunications. Examples of casework involving Matrix Economics are described below: