Wenqing Li

Wenqing Li, Ph.D.

Dr. Wenqing Li specializes in antitrust, intellectual property, and finance. He has extensive experience in evaluating economic liability and damages for antitrust and other commercial litigation, especially cases involving large data and complex economic and statistical issues. Dr. Li has analyzed a wide range of economic issues in litigation support including fair, reasonable and non-discriminatory royalty rate, competitive effects of mergers and acquisitions, monopolization and attempted monopolization, price fixing, price discrimination, exclusive dealing, “reverse payment” patent settlements, discrimination in promotion and job assignment, breach of contract, and class certification.     

Prior to Epsilon Economics, Dr. Li worked at Navigant Economics as a Director. Dr. Li has performed complex economic analyses in many industries, such as consumer electronics, industrial automation, pharmaceuticals, healthcare, petroleum, computer hardware and software, air cargo, automobiles, medical devices, telecommunications, commercial tissue, and other consumer and industrial products.

Over the past two decades, Dr. Li has built a strong record of academic publications, including as an author in two flagship publications of the American Bar Association: Proving Antitrust Damages and Econometrics: Legal, Practical and Technical Issues. He has also published in the Antitrust Law JournalResearch in Law and EconomicsThe Antitrust BulletinJournal of Competition Law and Economics, and International Journal of the Economics of Business. In 2018 alone, he published an article on the role of risk aversion in reverse payments cases in The Antitrust Bulletin and on the misapplication of the “Kennedy Correction” in estimating price fixing overcharges in Research in Law and Economics.

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