Michael Sabor

Michael Sabor

  • Washington, DC
Senior Vice President
  • MSc in Industrial Mathematics, Michigan State University
  • BSc in Mathematics, University of Illinois Urbana-Champaign

Michael Sabor is a Senior Vice President and the Director of Data and Computing Services with Compass Lexecon based in the Washington, DC office. He has experience consulting on several antitrust, employment litigation, and structured finance litigation matters. He has consulted on antitrust matters in a variety of industries including mobile wireless services, wired telecommunications, digital cable services, airlines, rental cars, LCD panel manufacturing, global financial services, grocery markets, automobile parts and service centers, tourist transportation, healthcare data, medical equipment, central and graphics processing semiconductors, video game consoles, agricultural manufacturing, globally traded commodities, computer networking equipment, enterprise storage, online retail, adtech, wearables, taxi services, and food delivery services. His employment litigation experience includes banking & lending, international shipping, retail, food services, agricultural manufacturing industries, and mobile wireless services. He has also worked on matters involving the valuation of structured finance products and trading behaviors. He specializes in the acquisition and complex analysis of large datasets, with experience in employment history and payroll, financial derivatives, customer loyalty, airline routes and pricing, loan level characteristics, subscribership, transactional databases, subscriber usage data, and adtech auctions. He has architected single tenancy HIPAA compliant high-performance computing platforms for the efficient transfer, processing, and storage of clients’ data, ranging from a few up to hundreds of terabytes.

Prior to joining Compass Lexecon, Mr. Sabor was a Senior Consultant and a Managing Consultant at Navigant Economics and a Principal Consultant at Edgeworth Economics.

Mr. Sabor received a M.S. in Industrial Mathematics from Michigan State University and a B.S. in Mathematics from the University of Illinois Urbana-Champaign.