Analysis Group (Boston)

Emily Cotton

Analysis Group (Boston)
Economist (Vice President)

Ms. Cotton has extensive experience conducting complex quantitative and qualitative analyses of data in both mergers and litigation matters. She has supported experts from leading universities and managed case teams in matters across a broad range of industries. These matters include antitrust, bankruptcy, class certification, intellectual property, securities, survey design, tax and transfer pricing. Her recent case work has included assessing competitive effects in major antitrust matters and mergers; analysing US Federal Trade Commission merger compliance; litigation related to the Lehman bankruptcy; managing the independent evaluation of massive amounts of data in a major antitrust matter; and determining arm’s-length pricing in a large US transfer pricing matter. Ms. Cotton also has substantial experience evaluating questions of commonality and typicality in the context of privacy, technology and overcharge class actions.


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1102 Review

Aaron Fix, Antoine Chapsal, Claudio Calcagno, Emily Cotton, Joshua White, Nikita Piankov Online and Offline Retailer Competition: New challenges for Competition Economists and Practitioners


In this On-Topic we explore a number of competition issues that arise at the intersection of online and offline retail distribution. We first provide a brief overview of the effects of online distribution and the associated potential challenges for competition policy. In the first paper, we (...)

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