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What Makes a Great Expert Report Anyway?

Jéssica Dutra, David L Johnson, Isabel Tecu, James Langenfeld, and Robert Brian McNary

Expert reports play a fundamental role in antitrust litigation, serving as comprehensive documents that distill complex economic analyses into accessible insights for legal proceedings. They often take a substantial amount of time to be written and several feedback iterations between economists and attorneys to be finalized. But what makes a great expert report after all?

This will be a panel discussion with well-established antitrust experts and attorneys alike. You will gain valuable perspectives on best practices, common mistakes to avoid, and how to write a persuasive report that is both independent and objective. Whether you're an experienced practitioner or a newcomer to the realm of antitrust litigation, this discussion promises to offer valuable insights into the art and science of crafting compelling expert reports.