Liz Neyens is a Consultant with Analysis Group in Boston. She specializes in the application of microeconomics and econometrics to litigation matters involving antitrust issues. Ms. Neyens’s recent case work includes evaluation of multiple mergers in the health care and travel industries, investigation of monopolization allegations in the logistics industry, analysis of competitive effects of false advertising in the automotive industry, and estimation of damages from alleged price-fixing agreements in the consumer packaged goods industry. Across all of these cases, she has provided support to testifying experts and counsel through multiple stages of the litigations. Prior to joining Analysis Group, Ms. Neyens was a research associate at the University of Cape Town and a teaching fellow at Yale University. She has an M.A. from Yale University and a B.A. from Pennsylvania State University.
Antitrust in Labor Markets: Insights from the FTC Hearings on Competition and Consumer Protection in the 21st CenturyJee-Yeon Lehmann, Liz Neyens, Rebecca Scott and Timea Laura Molnar, Originally published in the Cartel & Joint Conduct Review Newsletter of the ABA Section of Antitrust Law Joint Conduct Committee - Volume 14, No. 2 Winter 2019