Dr. Fei Deng specializes in applied microeconomics and econometrics, advising clients on antitrust litigation and investigations, mergers, class actions, intellectual property disputes, and commercial damages cases. She has extensive experience testifying in Chinese courts as an economic expert witness on issues in antitrust and intellectual property, including standard essential patents.
Dr. Deng is an expert on the competition and IP policies of the People’s Republic of China. She has served as an outside economic expert to China’s antitrust agency in several merger reviews and investigation matters. Dr. Deng was a guest lecturer on competition economics at Renmin University in Beijing.
Dr. Deng also has substantial experience assisting clients in US antitrust and intellectual property litigation, including ITC 337 cases, providing economic analysis of the likely effects of an exclusion order on the public interest, the existence of a domestic industry protected by the asserted patents, and the appropriate bond. Global Competition Review has recognized Dr. Deng as “highly regarded, with sought-after expertise on advising Chinese companies on US antitrust law, and vice versa.”
Dr. Deng is an editor of the American Bar Association (ABA) publication Antitrust. She has published both in English and in Chinese. Her publications have appeared in American Law and Economics Review, Antitrust Law Journal, Antitrust, The Antitrust Source, CPI Antitrust Chronicle, Intellectual Asset Management Magazine, Law360, and Caixin.com. Dr. Deng also co-authored chapters in the ABA Section of Antitrust Law volume Issues in Competition Law and Policy and in China’s Anti-Monopoly Law – The First Five Years.
PhD, Economics, Boston University
BA, Finance, Shandong University, China