Anne Catherine Faye is a vice president at Analysis Group’s Montreal office, where she applies her background and analytical skills in economics and finance to solve complex issues in litigation and business matters. She has consulted to numerous clients in the US and Canada on a variety of engagements involving allegations of anticompetitive behavior and other antitrust matters, intellectual property (IP) disputes, securities- and finance-related litigation, and arbitration matters. These engagements often include court proceedings, and Anne Catherine Faye has vast experience collaborating with academic and industry experts in evaluating litigation claims and developing well-grounded affirmative and rebuttal arguments. In antitrust matters, she has analyzed allegations of market abuse and anticompetitive practices in a broad range of industries, including banking, high-tech, retail, and consumer goods. In IP matters, Anne Catherine Faye has evaluated assertions of breach of contract and patent infringement in the pharmaceutical and technology industries. In finance matters, she has assessed claims of misrepresentation and omission, price manipulation, and insider trading on different stock exchanges. She currently serves as vice chair of the Advertising Disputes Litigation Committee of the American Bar Association’s (ABA’s) Antitrust Law Section, and as counsel to the Section’s chair-elect.
Gender considerations in the analysis of market definition and competitive effects: A practical framework and illustrative exampleOECD, Lisa Pinheiro, Anne Catherine Faye, Marissa Ginn, Jee-Yeon Lehmann and Johanna Posch, August 2021, Publications