Philip J Cross, PhD Expert Witness

Contact Information

  • Company: Kenyon Consulting LLC
  • Phone: (202) 255-7781
  • Cell: (202) 255-7781
  • Website: kenyon-consulting.com
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Specialties & Experience

General Specialties:

Economics and Statistics

Specialty Focus:

Econometrics, Antitrust, Class action, Mergers and acquisitions, Damages, Survey design, Big data, Machine learning, Privileged consulting, Discrimination, Industrial espionage, Fraud detection.

Education:

PhD, University of Wisconsin - Madison; MA, University of Wisconsin - Madison; BCom(Hons), University of New South Wales

Years in Practice:

12

Additional Information

Dr. Philip Cross has over 20 years of experience as an economist in academia, government, and consulting. He specializes in econometrics—combining statistical analysis with economic theory to draw inferences about economic outcomes. His consulting experience includes testifying as an expert in a major class-action litigation involving healthcare provision reimbursement, preparing expert opinions in an antitrust matter and in a lost wages matter, and analyzing the compensation structure for equity partners in a large professional services firm. Dr. Cross holds a Ph.D. and M.A. from the University of Wisconsin, and a B.Com.(Hons.) from the University of New South Wales. Dr. Cross’s experience includes: Being retained as an economic and statistical expert in litigation matters in both U.S. District courts and state courts. He has opined in antitrust, class action and wrongful death matters. Working on litigation matters involving antitrust issues, class certification, statistical sampling, survey design, conjoint analysis, health care reimbursement, wage and hour cases, product liability, economic damages, and environmental damages. Supporting economic and statistical analyses for various industries and government entities, including automotive parts suppliers, regional hospital networks, skilled nursing-home facilities networks, financial services, telecommunications firms, energy suppliers, automakers, insurance companies, medical device manufacturers, airlines, professional services firms, defense and military contractors, the U.S. Department of Labor, the U.S. Department of Defense, and the U.K. Department of Business, Innovation and Skills