James Lee is an economist who provides economic and statistical analyses to clients involved in complex litigation and consulting projects. Working closely with leading academic and industry experts, Dr. Lee develops econometric models, analyzes complex data, and leads case teams in matters on a broad range of topics, including antitrust and competition, consumer fraud, and product liability.
Dr. Lee’s work has addressed issues in multiple phases of litigation, including class certification, liability, and damages, and has spanned a number of industries, including automobiles, commodities trading, consumer goods, life sciences, and technology.
Dr. Lee’s recent, representative work includes analysis of:
- Allegations of monopolization against a tech company
- Allegations of collusion and anticompetitive harm related to commodities trading
- Antitrust and competition claims made by a federal agency against a tech company
- Allegations of price discrimination and harm to competition against an automobile manufacturer
- Economic issues in multiple product liability matters, including those involving consumer goods manufacturers, automobiles, and pharmaceuticals manufacturers
Dr. Lee has published his research in leading academic journals, including American Economic Journal: Applied Economics.
Cornerstone Research Promotes Ten Senior Staff to Principal
Alleged Price Discrimination and Unfair Competition among Automobile Dealerships
Alleged Unintended Acceleration and Brake Defects in Automobiles