Laura has more than 25 years of experience in advising private clients and government agencies on competition and regulatory matters in a broad array of sectors, including healthcare and life sciences, technology and communications, consumer products, and professional sports. Laura has an established reputation for delivering rigorous economic analyses that combine her strong qualitative and quantitative capabilities to develop in-depth insights for clients. She has led major projects in antitrust litigation, focusing on allegations of monopolization, price fixing, bundling and tying, and exclusionary conduct; and she has evaluated competitive effects, merger efficiencies, and remedy proposals for competition merger reviews. Clients benefit from Laura’s extensive experience in evaluating market definition and market power and estimating consumer harm and damages caused by anticompetitive behaviors and market structures. Laura has a Master of Arts in economics from the University of Michigan and is a member of the American Economic Association and the American Bar Association.