Dr. Lehmann is a Managing Principal in Analysis Group’s Boston office. She specializes in applying microeconomics, econometrics, and statistical methods to complex litigation and non-litigation matters in the areas of antitrust and competition, labor and employment, and health care. In antitrust and competition matters, she has evaluated market definition, market power, and competitive dynamics and analyzed class certification, liability, and damages issues in cases involving allegations of price-fixing, monopolization, and other anticompetitive conduct. Dr. Lehmann has extensive experience in labor market antitrust matters involving allegations of no-poach and wage-fixing agreements in a variety of industries, including technology, media, manufacturing, and health care. She has analyzed compensation and recruiting data in the context of these cases and other employment litigation matters. Her research on employment and antitrust topics has been published in the Journal of Economic Literature, The Journal of Human Resources, Labour Economics, Cartel & Joint Conduct Review, and Distribution, and her academic work has been cited in a number of leading media outlets, including the Scientific American, Forbes, and BBC News. Dr. Lehmann serves as the vice chair of the Distribution and Franchising Committee of the ABA Antitrust Law Section. Prior to joining Analysis Group, Dr. Lehmann was an assistant professor of economics at the University of Houston, where she taught undergraduate and graduate courses in labor economics.
This article has been nominated for the 2020 Antitrust Writing Awards. Click here to learn more about the Antitrust Writing Awards. Over the past few years, antitrust issues in labor markets have emerged as a focal point in regulatory enforcement. In October 2016, following a series of (...)