In class action cases damages must be causally related to the conduct that results in the claimed injury to competition. Analysis of causation or antitrust injury is a critical component of the damages investigation. This, in turn, requires a deep understanding of markets and competition. CRA consultants have unparalleled expertise in the economic analysis of class action matters, and they regularly apply their expertise in both the damages and liability portions of disputes.
- 01Financial services company class actionA member of CRA’s team provided expert testimony on behalf of American Express who was sued in a consumer class action proceeding in connection with insurance...View engagement
- 02Putative class action litigation regarding allegedly misleading product demonstrationsCRA Vice President Dr. Debra Aron advised counsel to a consumer-products company and testified at deposition on economic issues related to class certification...View engagement
- 03Hospital turbochargingA national hospital chain retained CRA to evaluate class certification, causation, and damages claims in a RICO action alleging “turbocharging” (i.e.,...View engagement