Economic Insight sponsors CDR Winter Competition Litigation Symposium 2018. James Harvey, one of our Directors, will speak about the use and role of economics in UK class actions. The conference gathers legal practitioners and competition experts who discuss the key developments in the UK antitrust litigation landscape.
Economic Insight is advising a software supplier in relation to the competitive effects of a potential acquisition.
Economic Insight directors and co-founders, James Harvey and Sam Williams, have been recognised in the Global Competition Review’s 2018 Who’s Who Legal awards for competition economists. This reflects our continued high-profile work and successes in the competition law space over recent years. We would like to thank our clients and peers for this recognition.
Economic Insight is advising a manufacturer of consumer electronics in relation to the effects of its exclusive distribution agreement with a major UK retailer.
Heathrow Airport has commissioned Economic Insight to advise on its approach to customer research and willingness to pay, in relation to the forthcoming H7 price control.
Economic Insight is advising a multinational manufacturer in relation to its selective distribution agreements.
The Solicitors Regulation Authority (SRA) published Economic Insight’s report Price transparency in the conveyancing market, which includes the first large-scale consumer trial in the legal services market. The objective of this research was to better understand how consumers make decisions in relation to conveyancing; and how decisions are affected by the way prices are communicated and…
We are delighted to welcome Ellie Clutterbuck to Economic Insight. Ellie joins the firm from a leading market research company, where she worked as an industry research analyst. She has a degree in Politics, Philosophy and Economics from the University of Exeter.
We are delighted to announce that Nisha Thomas has been promoted to Consultant. Nisha joined Economic Insight in 2016 and has made significant contributions to the continued growth and success of the firm across all of our practice areas.
Mrs Justice Rose agreed to DG Comp trucks disclosure in the High Court of England and Wales. Royal Mail is seeking £270 million in damages for overcharges it incurred by buying DAF trucks during the truck maker’s participation in the cartel. Economic Insight are advising Royal Mail in this case and are helping several other…