Cleve Tyler is a Principal at BRG where he provides economic consulting services analyzing antitrust, intellectual property, and damages issues in litigation matters and in merger investigations. He received his Ph.D. in economics from Clemson University.
“Market Definition – Achieving and Integrated Analysis,” forthcoming, Antitrust Bulletin, Spring 2014.
“Measuring Reverse Payments in the Wake of Actavis,” Antitrust, Fall 2013, (28) 1, 29-35.
“Admissibility of Expert Damages Testimony in IP Cases,” Appendix A in Assets and Finances: Calculating Intellectual Property Damages, 2013 Edition, by Troxel, Richard B. and William O. Kerr, West Publishing, Thomson-Reuters. (also prior editions, 2010, 2011, and 2012)
“Shifting Regulatory Oversight of Utility Mergers” in Innovating for Transformation: The Energy and Utilities Project, Montgomery Research, Inc., 2006, with Cliff W. Hamal.
“Market Power Mitigation or Obviation, That is the Question: FERC’s Pending Decision on New England’s Installed Capacity Market Design,” The Energy Antitrust News, Winter 2005.
“Renewed Interest in Coordinated Effects in Merger Analysis: The UPM Case,” Trade Practices Law Journal, Summer 2004, with David A. Weiskopf.
“Issues in the Deregulation of the Electric Industry,” PhD Dissertation, Clemson University, 1998.
“The Wires Charge: Risk and Rates for the Regulated Distributor,” Public Utilities Fortnightly, September 1997, with Michael T. Maloney and Robert E. McCormick.