Dr. Leng is a testifying economist with over 20 years of experience conducting economic analysis of competition, trade, human capital, and technological innovation. She specializes in assessments of antitrust impact, market power, and damages in the context of both litigation and arbitration proceedings. Her experience includes research pertaining to class certification, pricing behavior, and allegations of collusion, bid rigging, market allocation, and breach of contract.
Dr. Leng’s practice has a global reach and emphasizes reliable and timely consultations to her clients, who extend beyond the United States to Canada, Australia, South America, Africa, and Europe. Her testimony and opinions have been submitted to courts or tribunals in the United States, Germany, and South Africa, and she has also consulted for the Egyptian Competition Authority. Dr. Leng holds a Ph.D. in economics from Duke University.