Jonah Berger Honored with Sage 10-Year Impact Award for Research with Long-Term Influence
Global academic publisher Sage Journals recognizes Professor Berger’s “What Makes Content Go Viral” article for its lasting impact on the social and behavioral sciences.
Francine Lafontaine Honored with 2023 IOS Distinguished Service Award
The Industrial Organization Society (IOS) recognized Professor Lafontaine for her professional leadership in the scholarship and practice of industrial organization.
Cornerstone Research Named in GCR 2023 Matter of the Year
Global Competition Review recognized Cornerstone Research for its economic work in Amazon’s $8.5 billion acquisition of Metro-Goldwyn-Mayer.
Craig Malam Joins Cornerstone Research
Respected mergers expert adds international expertise and wide-ranging experience to the firm.
Cornerstone Research Named in 2022 Matters of the Year in U.S. and Europe
Global Competition Review recognized Cornerstone Research for its economic work in Epic Games v. Apple and in EssilorLuxottica’s acquisition of GrandVision.
If Breaking Up Is the Answer, Then What Is the Question?
Aviv Nevo discusses the implications of antitrust enforcement of big tech companies.
Cornerstone Research Recognized in GCR 2021 Behavioural Matter of the Year – Americas
Global Competition Review names Cornerstone Research in the Team Category for the third year in a row, citing its economic work in FTC v. Qualcomm.
IntegrityMessageBoards.com v. Facebook Inc.
A judge denied plaintiff’s motion for class certification, citing Professor Hanssens’s expert report.
California Public Utilities Commission Proceeding
Cornerstone Research consulted on competition in and regulation of the telecommunications market in California.
FTC v. Qualcomm
The appellate court unanimously ruled in favor of Qualcomm, citing reasons that closely followed the expert’s testimony.
Cornerstone Research Recognized in 2020 Matter of the Year and Merger Control Matter of the Year in the Americas
Global Competition Review cites Cornerstone Research in the Team Category for its work in T-Mobile’s $26 billion acquisition of Sprint and Disney’s $71.3 billion acquisition of 21st Century Fox.
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