Pierre Y. Cremieux is an expert in industrial organization, antitrust, statistics, and labor economics. He is advising numerous clients in the United States and Canada and has testified in bench and jury trials, arbitrations, and administrative proceedings. Pierre Cremieux has served as an expert and supported academic experts in both litigation and non-litigation matters on antitrust issues; general commercial claims; contractual disputes; and a number of labor-related matters in a variety of industries, including high tech, pharmaceuticals, biotech, financial products, consumer products, and commodities. He has assessed the evaluation of damages on a class-wide basis in some of the largest class action matters in recent years.
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Do antitrust authorities consider the national identities of firms when enforcing anticollusion laws? Authorities may follow a neutral enforcement approach or focus on either foreign or domestic firms. We investigate these issues in the context of cartel enforcement against EU, US, and (...)
We consider what can be inferred from an average overcharge model about individual harm in collective actions. We show that the percentage of claimants for which such inference is possible depends on the average overcharge model’s explanatory power at the claimant level and the size of the (...)