Daniel Shack

Daniel Shack Charles River Associates

Dr. Daniel Shack is an economist based in Toronto in CRA’s Life Sciences Practice.

Dr. Shack’s expertise is in applied microeconomics; he has experience with methodologies such as regression analysis, economic modeling, and consumer surveys and applying these methodologies to economic questions underlying litigation matters. His life sciences experience includes ascertaining liability and evaluating damages in commercial disputes, analyzing questions of market definition, and assessing commercially reasonable efforts. Prior to joining CRA, Dr. Shack worked in litigation and economic consulting at Analysis Group where he worked on topics such as evaluating allegations of false advertising, analyzing allegations of collusion, and assessing claims of market manipulation.

Selected Engagements

  • 01
    CRA consultants calculate damages in a false advertising matter under the Lanham Act
    CRA was retained by counsel for the plaintiff, a manufacturer of medical apparel, to determine damages relating to a false advertising matter under the Lanham...
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  • 02
    CRA addressed a claim that a company had improperly failed to pay required development milestones upon termination of a drug development program
    In litigation before the Delaware Court of Chancery, a CRA expert was asked to address the basis for a company’s decision to terminate the development of a...
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  • 03
    Assessment of competitive effects in branded pharmaceutical merger
    A CRA expert provided input to the Canadian Competition Bureau in its evaluation of the proposed merger of two branded pharmaceutical manufacturers. CRA...
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