Joe Kinter supports the Antitrust and Competition Practice at Bates White and has considerable experience building, processing, and managing large, complex data sets for economic analysis. He has worked on multiple project teams to provide database development and management, economic analysis, discovery support, and research for clients through all stages of litigation. Joe has worked on matters related to the computer, healthcare, finance, and natural gas industries, among others.
BS, Economics, Schreyer Honors College, Pennsylvania State University
Supported the expert on behalf of the Federal Trade Commission in In re Benco, Schein, and Patterson.
Provided expert support on behalf of the Government of Québec in the matter Certain Softwood Lumber Products from Canada.
- Supported testifying experts on behalf of a large coalition of direct-action plaintiffs in In re TFT-LCD Antitrust Litigation, a case involving price-fixing allegations in the United States, Asia, and Europe.
- Supported testifying expert on behalf of a defendant in the matter In re Chocolate Confectionary Antitrust Litigation regarding its participation in an alleged price-fixing conspiracy of chocolate candy products in the United States.
- Supported expert in cases against two major sporting organizations for their actions to monopolize television and internet broadcast rights to games.
- Supported multiple testifying experts on behalf of direct and indirect plaintiffs in In re Dynamic Random Access Memory (DRAM) Antitrust Litigation.
- Supported a testifying expert working on behalf of a plaintiff ambulatory surgery center in the matter Peoria Day Surgery Center v. OSF Healthcare System, a monopolization lawsuit that alleged illegal bundling and tying by the defendant hospital system.
- Assisted in building a database that was used to analyze competitive aspects of The Great Atlantic & Pacific Tea Company (A&P)’s acquisition of Pathmark, Inc.
- Supported the lead consulting expert on behalf of AMD in the landmark microprocessor antitrust case AMD v. Intel.
Processed natural gas futures transaction data that were used as the basis for the pricing analyses in the natural gas futures market manipulation case In re Natural Gas Commodity Litigation.