Skip to main content


Andrew Card has over a decade of experience in antitrust economics, with a particular focus on class certification issues, market definition, and econometric analyses of common impact and damages. He specializes in communications, media, and internet at NERA.


Mr. Card’s antitrust experience includes the economic analysis of monopsony, price fixing and collusion, predatory pricing and share-based rebates, and metered price discrimination. He has supported clients across a wide range of industries, including airlines, pharmaceuticals, healthcare, internet and media, and consumer products. Mr. Card has also authored white papers and performed cost-benefit analyses for clients including broadcasters, cable and satellite providers, music producers, the NFL, and the NCAA.


  • BA in mathematics, Duke University