|Global head||Jeff Marowits, Jennifer Redmond|
|Countries with competition specialists||9|
|Continents with competition specialists||4|
|Total number of economists||103|
|Competition economists||105 (including non-economists)|
|% of firm specialised||N/A|
|Who’s Who Legal: Competition nominees||0|
Maintaining a laser focus on technology markets, Keystone Strategy’s competition group brings together accomplished economists, computer science experts and management professionals. Founding member Jeff Marowits and recently promoted senior principal Jennifer Redmond lead the competition group, which counts 105 dedicated antitrust specialists across four continents in the US, the UK, France, Italy, Brussels, Germany, Australia, Korea and Japan.
The team routinely advises on a wide range of competition-related issues in digital markets, such as platform economics, app store rules, the value of data, network effects and the trade-off between privacy and competition. Many of the major online platforms including Facebook, Amazon, Apple and Microsoft frequently instruct the consultancy, as do Epic Games, Oracle, News Corp, AT&T, Expedia and Turo.
Keystone’s merger control practice has grown significantly in the past year as dealmaking continues apace in tech markets. All of that work is confidential however, as are the vast majority of its high-profile litigation matters. Its one disclosable matter was an important one: assisting Epic Games in its litigation against Apple. Chief executive and co-founder Greg Richards, together with Boston-based Bartley Tablante, prepared research and analysis in support of the popular video game maker.
Keystone | Economics, Technology & Strategy Consulting
Keystone is an innovative economics, technology, and strategy consulting firm helping to solve problems at the intersection of business, technology, and law. Leaders of top-tier law firms, global corporations, and regulatory agencies turn to our 20 years of experience in technology markets to calibrate their perspectives today and help cohere their vision for the future. We combine the strategic insights of leading experts from Harvard, Stanford, MIT, Wharton, and other top universities with the practical industry expertise of our accomplished consulting professionals.
Delivering transformative ideas through uncommon service
Founded in 2002, Keystone has worked at the forefront of influential technology matters changing consumer behavior and impacting society on a global scale. Our team brings an interdisciplinary approach to consulting, leveraging the expertise of our “triad” of focus areas: economics and data science, technology and engineering, and business strategy to deliver transformative ideas through uncommon service.
Since Keystone’s debut on the Global Competition Review’s annual ranking of consulting groups in 2020, we continue to offer a wide array of advisory work to some of the world’s most valuable companies, including digital platforms such as Facebook, Amazon, and Microsoft. Our firm has also done work evaluating antitrust theories of harm related to privacy and algorithmic markets. We work alongside competition authorities globally including those in the United States, United Kingdom, European Union, Australia, Japan, and Korea.
We greatly appreciate the previous recognitions from the Global Competition Review of Keystone’s unique approach to questions of competition in technology markets. To learn more about our team and our experience