Dennis McWeeny is a Senior Economist in the Antitrust and Competition Practice at Bates White. He specializes in complex antitrust matters, including multinational mergers and acquisitions as well as allegations of monopolization and attempted monopolization.
Dr. McWeeny received his PhD from the University of Wisconsin-Madison, where he taught undergraduate courses in microeconomics, industrial organization, data analytics, and econometrics. Dr. McWeeny’s dissertation research focused on antitrust issues in the airline industry, especially spatial competition and the role of geographic market definition in merger evaluation. He has also conducted research on the healthcare industry.
PhD, Economics, University of Wisconsin–Madison
MS, Economics, University of Wisconsin–Madison
BS, Economics and Mathematics (highest distinction), University of Iowa