Oxera Consulting LLP today announces that Robin Noble has joined its Governing Board.
Robin joined Oxera in 2002, initially working in the firm’s Transport and Competition teams. He has since led on several strategic developments including the launching of Oxera’s Litigation & Arbitration Support practice.
Robin specialises in quantifying damages and in competition economics. His experience in damages matters includes recently working globally on over 50 cases covering cartel damages, exclusionary cases, and breaches of contract. Robin has testifying and cross-examination experience, and is frequently appointed as an expert. His competition economics experience includes advising on mergers at the European Commission, the UK Competition and Markets Authority, and the South African Competition Tribunal in various sectors.
He is listed in The International Who’s Who of Competition Lawyers & Economists 2016, and has acted as reviewer on publications such as European Journal of Law and Economics. In 2009, he co-authored the European Commission Damages study, which has become a seminal handbook for all those working in this area.
Commenting on this important expansion of the Board, Anthony Julius, Chairman of the Governing Board, and Deputy Chairman of law firm, Mishcon de Reya, said:
‘My colleagues on the Board and I welcome Robin to his new role. We look forward to him bringing his wealth of experience to helping us in taking forward the business in its 35th year, and continuing to deliver first-class economics advice to regulators, policymakers, corporates and investors around the world, showing how microeconomics can truly build better experiences for both companies and their customers.’
Robin Noble stated:
‘Having worked at Oxera over the past 14 years, and seen it go from strength to strength, I welcome this opportunity to input into its vision for the next period in a world where economics continues to play a vital and integral role.’
 Oxera and a multi-jurisdictional team of lawyers led by Dr Assimakis Komninos (2009), ‘Quantifying antitrust damages: towards non-binding guidance for courts’, study prepared for the European Commission Directorate General for Competition, December.