David Shotlander, Partner
Haug Partners LLP
David Shotlander is an antitrust Partner in the Washington, D.C. office of Haug Partners, focusing his practice on antitrust litigation, government investigations and counseling. Mr. Shotlander has a strong background in industrial economics and has provided antitrust and litigation services to corporate clients for over a decade – a mix of skill and experience that enables him to pointedly and successfully address the questions and problems faced by his clients. Mr. Shotlander has represented branded and generic pharmaceutical companies on matters involving critical and emerging antitrust issues, including “reverse payment” litigation. He has also represented parties in merger and civil non-merger investigations before the Federal Trade Commission, Department of Justice and state attorney generals, as well as foreign competition authorities.
Pavel Darling, Vice President
Analysis Group, Inc.
Pavel Darling, a Vice President in Analysis Group’s Boston office, provides consulting and expert testimony support in complex litigation matters. He has performed quantitative analyses to address litigation, strategy, and policy questions, primarily in the health care industry, and has extensive experience with a range of sophisticated economic modeling tools and techniques. Mr. Darling’s healthcare work frequently deals with antitrust issues including pharmaceutical reverse payment settlements, intellectual property and patent infringement, and competition, and covers all stages of litigation including class certification, liability, and damages assessments. Mr. Darling received his M.B.A. at the MIT Sloan School of Management.
Tram Nguyen, PhD, Principal Consultant
Dr. Tram Nguyen specializes in quantitative economic analysis and modeling within the context of labor and employment discrimination matters, industrial organization, and firm management. She has extensive experience analyzing large and varied datasets, as well as expertise in machine learning and statistical tools.
Dr. Nguyen has provided support to clients on issues related to the economics of class certification for both direct and indirect purchaser classes and applying rigorous econometric analyses in estimating antitrust damages in dozens of matters. Her casework spans a broad range of industries, including agricultural products, railroads, chemicals, pharmaceuticals, and consumer products. Across these fields, Dr. Nguyen has extensive experience in leading teams of consultants to conduct empirical analysis of economic issues and present analytical insights in expert reports.
Dr. Nguyen earned her PhD and MA in economics from Stanford University.