Dr. Levy specializes in microeconomics, econometrics, and statistics. He has managed and supported expert work calculating damages in numerous litigation cases with an emphasis on statistical and econometric issues as well as sample design.
Dr. Levy was recently involved in the LCD-TFT, SRAM, and DRAM antitrust actions in the U.S. as well as antitrust proceedings in Australia. In addition, he was a testifying expert on damages in the SRAM direct-purchaser antitrust matter.
He has supported many top-tier academic experts, including Professor Dan McFadden of the University of California, Berkeley, and Professors Roger Noll and Robert Hall of Stanford University. Dr. Levy was formerly Assistant Professor of Economics at North Carolina State University and a lecturer in econometrics at the University of California at Berkeley. Dr. Levy has published numerous papers in peer-reviewed journals including the Journal of Labor Economics, the International Journal of Industrial Organization, and Economics Letters.
Supported liability expert Roger Noll and was testifying expert on damages.
Supported Brattle expert on the effect of alleged patent infringement on plaintiff’s opportunities. The case went to jury trial with a resulting verdict in favor of the plaintiff.
Analysis of damages from lost human use of certain natural resources used for recreation.
Provided a coordinated long run forecast of demand side management resources for PG&E for a regulatory filing.
SRAM Class Action Antitrust Litigation — U.S. District Court, Northern District of California (Master File No. M:07-cv-01819-CW, MDL No. 1819) Deposition and Expert Reports: Estimated antitrust class action damages for SRAM due to alleged price-fixing collusion
eBay Class Action Antitrust Litigation — U.S. District Court, Northern District of California (Case No.07-CV-01882-JF (RS)) Deposition and Declaration: Importance and relevance of certain data to estimate microeconomic models useful for market definition, measurement of market power and damages
Report submitted before the International Trade Commission — Investigation Nos. 701-TA-447 and 731-TA-1116: An econometric study of the effects of Chinese imports of standard steel pipe
Retailer Bankruptcy U.S. Bankruptcy Court, Northern District of Ohio — Declaration: Offered opinion related to anomalies in a proffered inventory database
Mortgage Lender Class Action Litigation — Declaration: Offered opinion on effectiveness and reliability of random sampling of mortgage applications
Economics Cliff Notes
September 12, 2014
Presented at the Hagens Berman Annual Corporate Retreat, Phoenix, AZ
Unobserved Factors In Antitrust Class Certification
May 14, 2014
Published on Law360
A Markov Chain Approach to Forecasting Enrollments
June 28, 2012
Presented at the 25th Annual CRRI Western Conference, Monterey, CA
Economic Benefits of the Bay-Delta Conservation Plan
June 20, 2012
Published by The Brattle Group, Inc.
Smart Pricing, Smart Charging
Published in Public Utilities Fortnightly
The League Composition Effect in Tournaments: An Empirical Analysis of Broiler Contracts
Published in Journal of Labor Economics
Wireless Diffusion and Mobile Computing: Implications for the Digital Divide
Published in Telecommunications Policy
Demand for Live Theater with Market Segmentation and Seasonality
Published in Journal of Cultural Economics
Parametric, Semi-Parametric and Non-Parametric Models of Telecommunications Demand: An Investigation of Residential Calling Patterns
Published in Information Economics and Policy
Armando was born in San Francisco where he still lives with his wife and two children. When he is not working he enjoys surfing, vintage cars, and various forms of motorsports.
University of California at Berkeley, Ph.D. in Economics, M.A. in Statistics and A.B. in Applied Mathematics