ABA Women in Lead Roles: First Chairs and Expert Witnesses
Laila Haider moderates the panel discussion that brings together a judge, a senior litigator, in-house counsel, a member of a jury research firm, and a...
Laila Haider provides expert economic testimony and economic analysis in matters involving antitrust, labor and employment, and false advertising. She has testified in federal court and in depositions and arbitrations, including in several high-profile antitrust class action matters.
Dr. Haider regularly conducts and evaluates economic analyses related to allegations of price fixing, bid rigging, monopolization, and exclusive dealing. A substantial portion of her work focuses on economic issues relating to class certification in both direct purchaser and indirect purchaser actions. She has particular expertise in the application of microeconomics, statistics, and econometrics to litigation issues.
Her work has encompassed a wide variety of industries, including electronic components, automotive parts, manufacturing, consumer products, pharmaceutical, chemical, and aviation.
Dr. Haider is currently Vice Chair of the Women.Connected Committee of the American Bar Association’s Antitrust Law Section. She recently served as Co-Chair of the Economics Committee of the Antitrust Law Section. Dr. Haider has published articles in the Journal of the European Economic Association, Antitrust Magazine, and The Antitrust Practitioner and was Associate Editor of Antitrust Magazine. Dr. Haider is frequently invited to speak on antitrust issues.