When your firm has signed onto an antitrust case, there are likely myriad areas of the law where you’ll need to get yourself up-to-speed — business, corporate, and labor law among them.
Depending on the type of business you’re dealing with, you will need expert witnesses who can both debrief your attorneys and speak to judge and jury in a way that is factual, clear, and convincing, on any number of topics, including: business operations, securities and investments, hedge funds, econometrics, stocks, torts, life-cycle cost analysis, business disputes, damages (as well as damage analysis and calculation), business valuation, fair market value, tax shelters, executive compensation, lost wages, intellectual property, or patent infringement, among many other areas of the law.
This is in addition to the fact that many antitrust cases require class certification, a process that may require additional expert witnesses, as well. And, of course, if class certification is not achieved, that could mean the end of your case.
When you pile on top of all of this the Daubert and Frye standards for admission of expert witnesses in federal and state courts, what you have are hours and hours of additional work researching, reviewing, interviewing, and analyzing expert witnesses on top of the ordinary work of document review, depositions, drafting briefs, jury selection, and all the rest of the parts of putting together a solid case for your client.
So why not trust the pros at Orion Expert Network to do all of this extra work for you? We have a proven track record and a national reach, and are looking out for all the right things so that you don’t have to.
Once you’ve determined the fundamental facts and questions present in your case, OEN will find the best expert witnesses for you, taking into account many things, including the expert’s specialty, past track record in litigation as a witness, interpersonal skills and ability to communicate ideas clearly, location, and yes, fees.
When you take on an antitrust case, you can be certain that the opposing parties in the case — and there could very well be more than one very powerful, well-funded and well-prepared adversary to face — will be bringing in the big guns. And perhaps hiring up many of the same expert witnesses that you might like to secure for your side.
Not many law firms, even in BigLaw, have the standing internal resources to deal with all of the moving parts of antitrust litigation with the accuracy, speed, and experience needed to prevail. If you hire OEN, we’ll go into overdrive for you, locating the exact expert witnesses needed for the details of your case, and helping you ensure they’re up-to-speed and ready to perform at the level they’ll need to to bring your case home.
Call OEN today for a consultation.
Antitrust in the news
How consultants will sway the outcome of the Epic v. Apple case – Quartz
Apple’s Fortnite Antitrust Trial Ends With Pointed Questions and a Toast to Popeye’s – The New York Times
The Apple-Epic antitrust case was a spectator sport (audio) – Marketplace
The Apple-Epic antitrust case was a spectator sport