Economic and statistical consulting for complex litigation, valuation, and business strategy.

  Empirical Analytics




Recent publications and presentations include:

Ted Tatos.   Deconstructing the NCAA’s Procompetitive Justifications to Demonstrate Antitrust Injury and Calculate Lost Compensation: The Evidence Against NCAA Amateurism.  The Antitrust Bulletin.  Vol. 62(1), 184-236.

Ted Tatos, Mark Glick, PhD, JD, and Troy A. Lunt, MAI.  Property Value Impacts from Transmission Lines, Subtransmission Lines, and Substations.  The Appraisal Journal.

Summer 2016, 205-230.  (Appraisal Institute featured article).  See Appraisal Institute press release on our article here.

Keith Leffler and Ted Tatos.  Competitive Injury and Damages Under the Robinson-Patman Act: Morton Salt and Statistical Analysis.  The Antitrust Bulletin
2015, Vol. 60(4) 318-344

​​Mark A. Glick, David G. Mangum, and Ted Tatos.  The “Book of Wisdom” Contains Little Wisdom and Creates Significant Risk of Bias.  Federal Circuit Bar Journal. V.27, No.1, 2017.

Ted Tatos, Troy Lunt, and Mark Glick.  A Closer Look at Proximity Damages.  Right of Way Magazine.  March-April 2016.

Steven Waters and Ted Tatos. Defining the Choice Set in a Random Utility Model - Empirical Evidence.  Paper presentation at the 1997 American Agricultural Economics Association conference, Toronto, CA.

Ted Tatos and Richard Hoffman.  Applying Statistical Analysis to the Market Approach.  Chapter 5A in Intellectual Property Damages: Guidelines and Analysis. 2004 Supplement.  Wiley; 1 edition (May 12, 2004)

Applying Analysis When Writing a Non-Compete Agreement - Utah Bar Association Annual Summer Convention, July 2012.

Panel for Hon. Clark Waddoups, U.S. District Court for the District of Utah

Ted Tatos, Empirical Analytics.

Economics and the Theory of Your Case - Utah Bar Association Annual Summer Convention, Jul. 15-18, 2009.

Presenters Hon. Clark Waddoups, U.S. District Court for the District of Utah
Hon. Deno Himonas, Utah Third District Court
Mark Glick, Professor of Economics, University of Utah
Ted Tatos, Wasatch Economics
Steve Hill, Parr Brown Gee & Loveless