Darrell L. Williams
Dr. Williams has extensive experience in antitrust litigation consulting and has worked as an expert on issues such as exclusive dealings, exclusive territories, price fixing, joint ventures, and damages. He was previously a staff economist with the President's Council of Economic Advisors where he analyzed microeconomic issues, including industrial organization and regulation.
He was also a Financial Economist at the Securities and Exchange Commission where he analyzed issues of securities fraud, corporate control, and regulation of financial markets. He teaches courses on antitrust, securities markets and regulation. He has taught at the Economics Institute for Federal Judges and has served as Vice-Chair of the Economics Committee, Antitrust Section of the American Bar Association.
Dr. Williams currently is engaged in research on industrial organization, contractual relations between firms, the internal organization of firms and markets, and the regulation of markets. He has litigation consulting experience in a number of industries, including telecommunications, healthcare, and petroleum. He has also served as consultant to the Federal Trade Commission and the Securities and Exchange Commission.
PhD, Economics, Washington University in St. Louis
MS, Economics, Washington University in St. Louis
BS, Economics, University of Kentucky