Compass Lexecon is pleased to announce that it topped Who’s Who Legal’s Thought Leaders – Competition 2019 list with the most experts recognized in its inaugural edition.
With 19 experts from six countries, Compass Lexecon led the list with nearly twice the number of experts recognized than the next firm. Who’s Who Legal’s Thought Leaders – Competition 2019 features 88 of the world’s most highly regarded thought leaders in competition economics.
The Compass Lexecon experts recognized in the Thought Leaders – Competition 2019 guide include: Enrique Andreu, Jonathan Baker, Dennis Carlton, Miguel de la Mano, Justin Coombs, Lorenzo Coppi, Neil Dryden, Kirsten Edwards-Warren, Ken Elzinga, Richard Gilbert, Meg Guerin-Calvert, Mark Israel, Thilo Klein, Janusz Ordover, Jonathan Orszag, David Sevy, Jorge Padilla, Dan Rubinfeld, and Robert Willig.
In addition, Who’s Who Legal published its Thought Leaders – Global Elite 2019 guide which features the thought leaders who obtained the highest number of nominations from peers, corporate counsel and other market sources — those at the “peak of the profession.” Compass Lexecon had nine experts from four countries across the areas of arbitration, competition, and damages.
The Compass Lexecon experts recognized in the Global Elite 2019 guide include: Manuel Abdala (Arbitration and Quantum of Damages), Dennis Carlton (Competition), Miguel de la Mano (Competition), Neil Dryden (Competition), Boaz Moselle (Arbitration), Janusz Ordover (Competition), Jonathan Orszag (Competition), Jorge Padilla (Competition), and Pablo Spiller (Arbitration and Quantum of Damages).
Who’s Who Legal nominations are based on a number of factors, including general feedback received in a research process, past performance in the research and the overall aggregate number of weighted votes cast by clients, fellow economists and private practitioners around the world.
Click here to see a complete listing of Compass Lexecon’s experts named in both guides.