Krista F. Holt has extensive experience in the analyses of market forces in antitrust matters. Ms. Holt testifies on matters involving product and geographic market definitions and product substitutability. She also provides economic analyses related to mergers and acquisitions matters.
Krista Holt consults on antitrust matters covering a wide array of antitrust issues such as accusations of attempted monopolization, market power exploitation, boycotts, loyalty discounts, predatory pricing, competitor exclusions, dealer restraint, tying and bundling, price-fixing, and cases concerning Most Favored Nations Clauses. She is also well versed in antitrust issues associated with intellectual property including determination of Fair, Reasonable and Non Discriminatory (FRAND) royalties in Standard-Setting Organizations, as well as false advertising, false and misleading statements, and unlawful, unfair, and fraudulent business practices. Ms. Holt also works on class action lawsuits providing consulting services in support of class certification, liability determination, and damages calculation. Ms. Holt practices before both U.S. courts and the International Trade Commission.