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Who is Compass Lexecon?

Compass Lexecon has 23 offices across North America, Latin America, Europe, the Middle East, and Asia Pacific. Compass Lexecon Named Competition Economics Firm of the Year 2020 for the Sixth Straight… Compass Lexecon has more Thought Leaders in Competition across North America, EMEA and Asia Pacific featured than any other consultancy.

Who is Lexecon LLC?

Compass Lexecon LLC was formed in January 2008 through the combination of Competition Policy Associates (COMPASS), founded in 2003, and Lexecon, founded in 1977, and operates as wholly owned subsidiary of FTI Consulting, Inc., a global business advisory firm. Daniel Fischel is the chairman and president.

Did Compass Lexecon win a summary judgment against Mylan in Kansas?

Favorably citing the opinions of Compass Lexecon expert Robert Willig, the U.S. District Court for the District of Kansas granted summary judgment in favor of Compass Lexecon’s client Mylan Inc. on antitrust claims. Interested in a hard copy of our newsletter?

Why choose Lexecon energy economics?

Compass Lexecon has developed a deep knowledge of the economics and institutional structures of all segments of the energy industry. We have completed numerous economic studies on issues related to competition, pricing, and the impact of regulation.

Why Compass Lexecon?

As the global economy has moved increasingly to online channels, Compass Lexecon similarly has built its expertise in providing economic consulting and expert testimony to a wide range of clients who conduct a substantial portion, or even all, of their business on the Internet.

Who is Compass Lexecon’s Robert Willig?

Favorably citing the opinions of Compass Lexecon expert Robert Willig, the U.S. District Court for the District of Kansas granted summary judgment in favor of Compass Lexecon’s client Mylan Inc. on antitrust claims. Compass Lexecon’s President Professor Daniel R. Fischel testifies successfully for Defendants.

How much did Compass Lexecon pay to settle the tinder case?

In this closely watched nationally-publicized dispute and trial, Compass Lexecon clients agreed to settle their claims against Tinder’s parent company for $441 million.

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