Cooley's lawyers solve legal issues for entrepreneurs, investors, financial institutions and established companies. Clients partner with Cooley on transformative deals, complex IP and regulatory matters, and bet-the-company litigation, often where innovation meets the law. Cooley has 900 lawyers across 13 offices in the United States, China and Europe. Cooley's antitrust & competition team is recognized as one of the top-tier practices in the area of antitrust by Legal 500, Chambers USA and Global Competition Review. We handle all aspects of antitrust and competition law matters – including counseling, litigation, agency representation and arbitration services – for Fortune 500 corporations, as well as growing companies.
Matrix Economics is a boutique consulting firm that provides economic analysis in legal and regulatory proceedings, including antitrust litigation and merger reviews. With over sixty years of collective experience, the Matrix team brings fresh ideas to identify, develop, and implement cutting-edge analytical solutions to complex problems on behalf of law firms, corporations, and government agencies. Matrix experts are hands-on and actively engaged in developing economic insights and supporting evidence. They deliver litigation-proof analyses that appropriately marry quantitative research with the qualitative record to address the central issues of market definition, market power, and competitive effects.
Bates White is an economic consulting firm that provides advanced, empirically-based economic, financial, and econometric analysis to law firms, corporations, and government agencies. We advise clients on litigation, case development and strategy, assessing and analyzing the relative strengths of economic arguments, and determining optimal strategies for discovery, motions, trial preparations, and settlement.
Jacqueline Grise is chair of Cooley's antitrust and competition practice group. Her practice focuses on the defense of corporate clients in connection with domestic and international mergers and acquisitions, as well as antitrust counseling and other non-merger matters. She regularly represents clients before the FTC, the DOJ and numerous foreign antitrust enforcement agencies. Jackie has extensive experience counseling clients through the HSR merger review process, including advocating before the agencies, responding to second requests and coordinating antitrust defense strategies in countries around the world. Her clients span a broad range of industries, including life sciences, pharmaceuticals, medical devices, technology, consumer and food products, computer and data storage, media, industrial equipment, retail, and aerospace. She currently serves as a Vice-Chair of the ABA Antitrust Healthcare and Pharmaceuticals Committee and is co-editor of the ABA Antitrust Section’s book entitled Antitrust Aspects of the Pharmaceutical Industry (2nd).
Dr. Andrew Lemon specializes in the economic analysis of competition issues, including antitrust and consumer deception claims. He advises clients involved in legal and regulatory proceedings and has testified in litigation before federal court. He also leads teams supporting other testifying experts. Dr. Lemon has extensive experience on matters of class certification, liability and damages in such industries as energy, transportation, agriculture, automobiles, single-copy magazines, and packaged goods. Prior to joining Matrix Economics, Dr. Lemon was a Vice President at Compass Lexecon where he supported high-profile testifying experts, including Professor Joseph Kalt of Harvard University. In addition to consulting, Dr. Lemon has taught microeconomics and energy economics at Northeastern University and Vassar College. He has a Ph.D. in economics from Yale University.
Zhong Zhang is a Senior Economist at Bates White with expertise in financial market microstructure and cryptocurrency. Dr. Zhang has worked extensively in the empirical analysis of high-frequency trading data from equity and fixed income markets. He is an expert in the mechanism design and the blockchain technical features of Bitcoin’s ecosystem and has published multiple articles on market microstructure and cryptocurrency in industry journals. Prior to joining Bates White, Dr. Zhang was assistant professor at City University of Hong Kong, where he taught algorithmic trading and derivatives and conducted research in quantitative finance and cryptocurrency. Dr. Zhang received his PhD from Indiana University Kelley School of Business, where he studied financial economics.