Case has extensive experience in competition, regulation and litigation economics. It has undertaken assignments in these areas across Europe and the AsiaPacific region.
CASE has assisted companies and their legal advisers on competition economics, market analysis, market definition, abuse of dominance, restrictive agreements, and state aid cases.
CASE frequently assists firms in defending themselves against allegations of price fixing, bid rigging and market sharing before the European Commission, national competition authorities and the courts.
CASE has assisted legal counsel with merger investigations at both the European Commission and national levels including pre-notification advice through to comprehensive economic analyses and expert reports in full Phase II or contested proceedings.
CASE’s economists routinely appear as expert witnesses in courts for firms in competition, regulatory and commercial litigation. The have also acted as experts in quantifying damages in commercial cases, and follow-on cartel and competition law single and class damage actions.
CASE has considerable experience in preparing submissions to regulators and governments as part of formal consultation procedures, and in regulatory proceedings and market investigations. CASE’s experts span a wide range of regulated sectors and issues. Case’s economists have also been retained by regulators and government agencies.