Craig Romaine, President of Triangle Economics, specializes in the economic analysis of antitrust issues in corporate litigation and mergers, as well as the theory and modeling of damages claims. He has extensive experience in the analysis of competition issues—particularly the competitive effects of mergers and acquisitions in their relevant markets, and the competitive effects of firm conduct. Mr. Romaine has served as an expert witness in antitrust litigation and has also served as a consulting expert supporting a wide variety of economic experts. He has managed the expert economic work on many large, complex antitrust matters.
His expertise extends to the evaluation and measurement of damages in a variety of contexts, including antitrust violations and breach of contract. Mr. Romaine has worked on matters in numerous different industries. A focus of his work has been the payment card industry, in which he has more than 20 years of experience. Mr. Romaine also works frequently in high-tech, where he has analyzed platform and multi-sided industries, Internet marketplaces, and industries characterized by indirect network effects.
Mr. Romaine is co-author with the late Professor Franklin Fisher on “Janis Joplin’s Yearbook and the Theory of Damages,” a well-known paper cited by experts, economists, and accountants.
Dr. Daniel S. Levy, National Managing Director of Advanced Analytical Consulting Group, has testified in state and federal court, and before regulatory agencies about antitrust and competition matters. He has studied competition and economic issues in many industries, including airlines, environment, oil and gasoline, healthcare, labor markets, pharmaceuticals, retail, telecommunications, and high technology markets among others. His work includes detailed analyses and valuations of corporate functions, risks, and assets for international corporations for use in business decision and litigation. He has testified for, and provided evidence before, the Department of Justice, Federal Bureau of Investigations, Securities and Exchange Commission, Internal Revenue Service, the Environmental Protection Agency, various state and federal communications commissions and insurance commissions. He has performed studies of market power and ability of individual firms or cartels to alter market prices in legal proceedings, mergers analyses and corporate strategy.