Rigorous Analysis of Economic Evidence on Class Certification in Antitrust Cases
This article explores the implications of evolving standards for the type and quality of evidence required of economic experts presenting testimony on class...
Margaret F. Sanderson has in-depth experience analyzing the economic issues inherent in a wide range of mergers, antitrust/competition, class certification, damages, finance, energy, and telecommunications projects.
She has consulted to legal counsel, governments, and private-sector clients in a diverse range of industries.
Ms. Sanderson has testified before Canadian courts and regulatory authorities and the US Federal Trade Commission. Prior to joining CRA, she headed the Economics unit at the Competition Bureau, where she directed the economic expertise applied within the Bureau to enforcement cases, enforcement policy, and regulatory interventions. Ms. Sanderson has published various articles on mergers and antitrust/competition policy and taught courses on antitrust/competition economics.