Jeffrey Leitzinger is an economist and managing director and founder of Econ One.
Dr Leitzinger has spent the past 36 years consulting with law firms, corporations and governmental entities regarding economic matters. The principal focus of Dr Leitzinger’s career has been industrial organisation. He has analysed issues involving market power, market definition and the competitive effects of firm behaviour. He has frequently assessed damages arising from anticompetitive conduct and has substantial experience in the calculation of damages in class action litigation. His work has also included valuation of businesses, contracts and intellectual property, and analysis of the economic effects of regulation. Outside of litigation, his research has been used in connection with legislation, tax and royalty policy, as well as corporate planning in Fortune 500 companies.
Dr Leitzinger has provided expert testimony in almost 200 proceedings in numerous forums regarding competition economics, commercial damages, econometrics and statistics, intellectual property, and valuation. Those forums include US, district and bankruptcy courts state courts, the Federal Energy Regulatory Commission, and various state tax and regulatory commissions as well as private and international arbitrations.
Dr Leitzinger has master’s and doctoral degrees from the University of California at Los Angeles (UCLA) and a bachelor’s degree in economics from Santa Clara University.
Dr Leitzinger founded Econ One in 1997; before that he co-founded Micronomics, Inc in 1988, and was also a senior vice president and member of the board of directors at National Economic Research Associates (NERA).
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