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Wesley Reppert supports the Antitrust and Competition Practice and the Healthcare and Life Sciences Practice at Bates White. He  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, damages analysis, discovery and deposition support, and industry research for clients through all stages of litigation. Wesley has worked on matters related to the electronics, healthcare, chemical, and transportation industries, among others.


BA, Economics, Canisius College

Selected Work

Selected Experience

  • On behalf of TWC Product and Technology, LLC, supported the expert in responding to a complaint filed by the People of the State of California, alleging that The Weather Channel (TWC) mobile app misled users by failing to provide transparent details about how TWC used app users’ location data.
  • In In re Benco, Schein, and Patterson, on behalf of the Federal Trade Commission, supported the expert in defining relevant markets, analyzing alleged conduct, and evaluating its effects. 
  • On behalf of Apple in Apple Inc. v. Qualcomm Inc., supported the expert in analyzing the extent of Qualcomm’s market power in modem chipsets, Qualcomm’s conduct with respect to original equipment manufacturers (OEM), including Apple, and the effects of Qualcomm’s conduct on OEMs and Qualcomm’s rivals.

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