James Lee is an economist who focuses on economic and statistical analyses of large, complex data, often in matters involving antitrust and competition claims, or allegations of consumer fraud or product liability. Dr. Lee has expertise in developing and implementing econometric models, leading case teams, and working closely with experts and clients during all stages of litigation and consulting projects. He has addressed a range of issues related to class certification, liability, damages, and competitive harm in industries that include automobiles, life sciences, and tech.
In recent, representative work, Dr. Lee has analyzed:
- 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 product liability matters, including those involving automobile and pharmaceutical manufacturers
Alleged Price Discrimination and Unfair Competition among Automobile Dealerships
Alleged Unintended Acceleration and Brake Defects in Automobiles