Emilie Feyler conducts analyses on the economics of antitrust for litigation and merger and acquisition cases. Her experience spans several industries including digital, telecommunications, healthcare, and consumer products.
Ms. Feyler provides economic consulting services in connection with liability, damages, and class certification issues, specifically for cases involving allegations of conspiracy, price-fixing, abuse of market power, breach of contract, tie-ins, and patent infringement. She has considerable expertise developing statistical models to assess the potential competitive of proposed mergers and acquisitions.
Before joining NERA, Ms. Feyler conducted research for the United Nations and the Organisation for Economic Co-operation and Development. She has also served as an econometrics and statistics teaching assistant for graduate students.
Ms. Feyler currently serves as the Young Economist Representative of the Media & Technology Committee to the ABA Antitrust Section. Additionally, she is a Senior Fellow of the GW Competition and Innovation Lab at The George Washington University.