Randy Chugh is a Manager in the Antitrust and Competition Practice. He has extensive experience as an antitrust economist and has provided empirical and theoretical analysis to a wide range of industries, including telecommunications, airlines, paper, forest products, chemicals, health care, and beer. Before joining Bates White, he was an Economist with the Antitrust Division of the Department of Justice, where he was recognized for his contributions to economic analysis and litigation support. Randy received his PhD in Economics from the University of Maryland, where he won multiple teaching awards for Game Theory and Health Economics.
PhD, Economics, University of Maryland, College Park
MS, Mechanical Engineering, SUNY at Buffalo
BA, Mechanical Engineering, SUNY at Buffalo
- Led the Bates White team in the merger of Evonik and PeroxyChem, two North American manufacturers of hydrogen peroxide, on behalf of the merging parties.
- Co-led the Bates White team supporting the Department of Justice in T-Mobile’s acquisition of Sprint. Worked closely with DOJ team to develop merger simulation model and coordinated effects models.