Robert Maness has extensive experience with large-scale antitrust litigation and merger analysis as well as matters involving intellectual property, transfer pricing, and commercial damages. He has testified as an expert in antitrust matters, intellectual property matters, and commercial litigation in both federal and state district courts. Dr. Maness was retained and testified to economic damages on a pro bono basis in the David v. Signal International LLC human trafficking case in Louisiana federal court.
Dr. Maness has consulted on numerous mergers, providing support and analysis for presentation to the Federal Trade Commission and the Department of Justice as part of their merger review process. He has experience in a wide range of industries, including pharmaceuticals, healthcare, telecommunications, energy, chemicals, and computer software. Dr. Maness is also a visiting associate professor at Texas A&M University where he teaches antitrust economics, industrial organization, financial economics, and managerial economics among other courses.