Economic experts, Oil market shortages
Antitrust and Trade Regulation | Litigation
This article is a demonstration on the use of economic experts. The demonstration is based loosely on Mobil’s attempted take-over of Marathon Oil Company. However, the oil companies involved here are named Major, which is the second largest oil company in the United States, and Olympic, which is the largest supplier to independents. Any resemblance of Major and Olympic to any other firm, entity or person, living or not, is purely coincidental.
The demonstration is divided into two parts. The first part is the conference. A conference of plaintiff’s team will be followed by a conference of defendant’s team.
Fox, Eleanor M.; Topkis, Jay; Hay, George A.; and Renfrew, Charles B., "Demonstration: Economic Analysis and Expert Testimony—Plaintiff's Conference" (1983). Cornell Law Faculty Publications. Paper 1168.
Eleanor M. Fox et al., "Demonstration: Economic Analysis and Expert Testimony—Plaintiff's Conference", 52 Antitrust Law Journal (1983)