Dan Kasper joined Compass Lexecon in its Boston office. He was previously Managing Director and founder of LECG, LLC’s Cambridge, MA office. Dan has frequently served as an expert witness on a range of economic and competitive issues in the aviation and broader transportation industries, including mergers, code-sharing, alliances, alleged anti-competitive practices, airline bankruptcies, and damages as well as Presidential Emergency Boards and other significant labor disputes. He has also served as a consultant on transportation industry matters to the US Departments of Transportation, State and Defense.
Prior to LECG, he headed the National Transportation Industry Program at Coopers and Lybrand Consulting. He was also one of 15 appointed Members of the US National Airline Commission in 1993. He previously held several high level positions at the US Civil Aeronautics Board, including Director of International Aviation, where he led US government’s efforts to deregulate international air service markets.
Earlier in his career, Dan served on the faculties of the Harvard Business School and the University of Southern California. He has authored two books as well as numerous articles, case studies and research papers on various transportation and public policy issues. He holds MBA and J.D. degrees from the University of Chicago.