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Wesley Reppert is a Partner in the Antitrust and Competition Practice at Bates White. He has expertise in developing analyses and content for expert reports and considerable experience leading teams in building, processing, and managing large, complex data sets for economic analysis. He works directly with clients to provide insights into industry dynamics, to contribute to case strategy, and to guide them through all phases of analysis. 

Mr. Reppert has led 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. His experience spans a wide variety of industries, including big tech, electronics, chemical, and transportation industries, among others.


BA, Economics, Canisius College

Selected Work

Selected Experience

  • On behalf of Epic in Epic Games v. Google, a case concerning the monopolization of app distribution on Android smartphones, supported testifying expert on issues of market definition, market power, theory of harm, and competitive effects.
  • In In re Boy Scouts of America and Delaware BSA, LLC, supported the experts in analyzing and evaluating potential total liability claims could represent. Provided mediation/settlement support in the organization’s Chapter 11 bankruptcy case.
  • On behalf of plaintiffs in California Gasoline Spot Market Antitrust Litigation, managed the team and led analyses to quantify the pass-through of charges in the OPIS spot price index to retail gasoline prices and estimate overcharges for the class.
  • In In re Rail Freight Fuel Surcharge Antitrust Litigation, heavily involved in economic analyses relating to liability and damages estimation on behalf of numerous direct action plaintiffs.
  • 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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