Dr. Christine Siegwarth Meyer

Managing Director


White Plains, NY
Tel: +1 914 448 4119
Fax: +1 914 448 4040

Email: christine.meyer@nera.com
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PhD in economics, Massachusetts Institute of Technology (National Science Foundation Fellow)
BS in economics, United States Military Academy (distinguished cadet)


Featured as one of Global Competition Review's "Women in Antitrust," Dr. Christine Meyer is considered one of the foremost testifying economists in the areas of complex commercial litigation involving intellectual property, antitrust claims, and commercial damages.

In the area of intellectual property, Dr. Meyer has analyzed damages and provided expert testimony concerning issues arising from patent, trademark, and copyright infringement, the misappropriation of trade secrets, and breaches of contract. She has considerable expertise in analyzing lost profits, reasonable royalties, price erosion, commercial success, and irreparable harm. Dr. Meyer has analyzed economic issues in a wide range of industries, with much of her recent work involving pharmaceuticals. She has been retained on behalf of both branded and generic firms in matters that have included small molecule as well as biologic products. Dr. Meyer’s recent trial testimony regarding calculation of a reasonable royalty rate for patent infringement by a generic pharmaceutical firm was cited by the respective judges in both a $98.5 million lawsuit in the US and in a C$180 million lawsuit in Canada. Her work has also included the valuation of patents, licenses, and potential business acquisitions.

In cases involving antitrust issues, Dr. Meyer has evaluated the competitive effects of mergers and acquisitions, the volume of commerce for criminal investigations, and antitrust claims and damages in cases involving alleged resale price maintenance, monopolization, and price discrimination. In addition, Dr. Meyer has also written, testified, and presented white papers and expert reports to the US Federal Trade Commission (FTC) and US Department of Justice.

Dr. Meyer has testified as an expert witness in bench and jury trials in state and federal courts in the United States--including the Southern District of New York and the Southern District of California--and Canada, and before the High Court of Justice of England and Wales. She has also written articles and book chapters about patent infringement damages, and has been asked to speak about economic issues related to intellectual property on numerous occasions, including by the FTC in its hearings entitled, "The Evolving IP Marketplace." 

Dr. Meyer earned her PhD in economics from the Massachusetts Institute of Technology, and a BS in economics from the United States Military Academy at West Point.



Title Type Author
Demonstrating Faulty Predictions in Class Certification Analysis Published Article Dr. Lauren Stiroh, Dr. Christine Meyer, and Dr. Claire (Chunying) Xie
High Court Brings Economics Back To Pay-For-Delay Analysis Published Article By Dr. Sumanth Addanki, Dr. Alan Daskin, and Dr. Christine Siegwarth Meyer
Economists' Roundtable on Hot Patent-Related Antitrust Issues Roundtable Discussion With Dr. Christine Meyer
A Comprehensive Look at the Critical Loss Analysis in a Differentiated Products Marke... Published Article By Dr. Christine Meyer and Dr. Yijia (Isabelle) Wang
25 Percent, 50 Percent...What's In A Number? Published Article By Dr. Christine Siegwarth Meyer and Dr. David Blackburn
Determining the Competitive Effects of Vertical Integration in Mergers Published Article By Dr. Christine Siegwarth Meyer and Dr. Yijia (Isabelle) Wang
Roundtable Discussion: Revisions to the Horizontal Merger Guidelines Published Article A Roundtable Discussion with Dr. Christine Meyer
Don't Feed the Trolls? Published Article By Dr. Christine Siegwarth Meyer et al.
Investigating Dual Labor Market Theory for Women Published Article By Dr. Christine Siegwarth Meyer with Dr. Swati Mukerjee of Bentley College
Reasonable Royalties After eBay Published Article By Dr. Christine Siegwarth Meyer and Dr. David Blackburn