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Ales (Bobby) Filipi co-chairs the Antitrust Practice at Bates White. He has broad research and consulting experience in the fields of microeconomics and industrial organization. He leads economic analyses in large antitrust matters involving allegations of collusion, market manipulation, and monopolization. Dr. Filipi′s work includes the application of economic principles to formulate theories of harm and to assess the possibility and likelihood of anticompetitive conduct. He also has extensive experience applying statistical methods to determine whether anticompetitive conduct occurred and to measure its impact.

Dr. Filipi works closely with leading law firms representing defendants and plaintiffs in civil litigation and before the US antitrust agencies. In addition to advising on issues of liability and economic damages, he supports clients in settlement negotiations and legal discovery.

Prior to joining Bates White, Dr. Filipi was an instructor at Stanford University, where he taught courses in graduate and undergraduate microeconomics.


PhD, Economics, Stanford University

MA, Economics, Central European University

BA, Economics, Masaryk University


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