Andrew Lemon is a Senior Consultant with Compass Lexecon and a Visiting Assistant Professor in the Economics Department at Vassar College.
Dr. Lemon advises clients involved in legal and regulatory proceedings and specializes in the economic analysis of competition issues, including antitrust and consumer deception claims. He has extensive experience on matters of class certification, liability, and damages in such industries as energy, transportation, agriculture, automobiles, single-copy magazines, and packaged goods. He has testified multiple times in federal court and his economic analysis has been used by the Government of Canada in an international trade dispute before the World Trade Organization.
Dr. Lemon’s research interests include the economics of misleading advertising, law & economics, and sports economics. His published research includes “Rigorous Analysis to Bridge the Inference Gap in Class Certification” (2011) in the Journal of Competition Law & Economics (a peer-reviewed academic journal) and “Using Economics to Identify Common Impact in Antitrust Class Certification” (2011) in the Economics Committee Newsletter of the American Bar Association’s Antitrust Section.
At Vassar College, Dr. Lemon teaches introduction to economics and law & economics. He has taught previously at Northeastern University.
Dr. Lemon earned his Ph.D. in economics from Yale University. He graduated with honors from Vassar College as a member of Phi Beta Kappa; he also attended Oxford University. He is a graduate of Phillips Exeter Academy.