Vice Chairman, LECG Europe
David Evans is an authority on the economics of high-technology and platform-based businesses, primarily as it relates to competition policy and intellectual property. He is the author of four books and more than 70 articles in journals ranging from the American Economic Review, Foreign Affairs, and The Yale Journal of Regulation. His many opinion pieces have appeared in newspapers around the world including the Washington Post, Wall Street Journal, Financial Times, Les Echos, and El Pais.
A specialist on competition policy in the US and European Union, a topic on which he has written and lectured extensively, David has served as an expert and testified before courts, arbitrators, regulatory authorities and legislatures in the US and Europe. He has led the economic analysis in several important antitrust cases over the last 25 years including US v AT&T. Most recently, he led an international economic team on a landmark series of cases involving a large global technology firm in the US and Europe.
David is a Visiting Professor of Competition Law and Economics at University College, London. From 1985 to 1995, he was an Adjunct Professor of Law at Fordham Law School from 1985-1995 where he taught antitrust law and economics. He is also the Chairman of eSapience, Ltd.