After a six-week trial and a day of deliberation, a
Professor Snyder, the dean of
Professor Snyder filed reports and delivered testimony rebutting the plaintiffs' damages experts on the efficacy of price-fixing cartels. In particular, he addressed the issue of pass-through of overcharges, relevant under state law for assessing the damages claimed on indirect purchases. Professor Snyder then calculated damages on direct and indirect purchases and presented his results, which the jury adopted.
"In this complicated case, Professor Snyder's ability to clearly explain his economic analysis and demonstrate that he had been thorough and objective were key elements in the jury's decision-making process,' says
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