Christian Dippon is “incredibly thorough and easy to work with”, according to sources who also note he is “highly intelligent and able to understand complex matters from business and economic perspectives”.
Dr Christian Dippon is a managing director at NERA and a leading authority in complex litigation disputes and regulatory matters in the communications, internet, and high-tech sectors. He is also the chair of NERA’s global energy, environment, communications and infrastructure (EECI) practice, where he leads over 100 experts in the areas of energy, communications, media, Internet, environment, auctions, transport, and water.
Dr Dippon advises his clients in economic damages assessments, class certifications and damages, false advertising, antitrust matters, and regulatory and competition issues. He has extensive testimonial and litigation experience, including depositions, jury and bench trials in state and federal courts, domestic (AAA) and international arbitrations (UNCITRAL, ICC), and submissions before international courts. He assists clients with a broad range of litigation disputes related to wireline, wireless, cable, media, internet, consumer electronics, and the high-tech sector. Dr Dippon also routinely testifies before US and international regulatory authorities, including the Federal Communications Commission, the International Trade Commission, the Canadian Radio-television and Telecommunications Commission, and the Competition Bureau Canada.
Dr Dippon has authored and edited several books, as well as book chapters in anthologies, and has written numerous articles on telecommunications competition and strategies. He also frequently lectures in these areas at industry conferences, continuing education programmes for lawyers, and universities. National and international newspapers and magazines, including the Financial Times, Business Week, Forbes, the Chicago Tribune, and the Sydney Morning Herald, have cited his work.
Dr Dippon serves on the board of directors for NERA and the International Telecommunications Society (ITS), and the editorial board of Telecommunications Policy.