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Lexonomics is an economic consultancy, specialised in competition, regulation and intellectual property economics. Lexonomics provides economic advice to private parties involved in procedures before competition authorities and regulators and in private litigation actions. 


Lexonomics has extensive experience in all of the main areas of competition and regulation policies, including mergers and take-overs, abuse of dominance, state aid, cartels, economic assessment of damages due to cartels and other competition law infringements, competitive assessments of horizontal and vertical agreements and price and access regulation. Lexonomics advises on the use of intellectual property rights and calculates economic damages due to infringement.


Lexonomics gives practical and professional advice that is based on advanced economic and quantitative analysis and that, where needed, uses insights from recent economic literature.


Lexonomics has over 10 years of experience advising companies, competition authorities and regulators in the area of competition and regulation. Since its start in 2005, Lexonomics has provided economic advise to various companies, ranging from SMEs to multinationals, in procedures before the EU Commission and national competition authorities. In addition, Lexonomics has assisted parties and their legal advisors in a large number of private cases, including cartel damages cases. Based on hands-on experience with patent and other intellctual property matters, Lexonomics is also able to provide expert economic advice on patent infringement damages and patenting strategies.

Latest news

Conditional rebates as possible abuse of dominance

On 21 April Lexonomics gave a presentation on conditional rebates as potential abuse of dominance. The presentation took place in Amsterdam at a meeting of the Dutch Association of Competition Law. The consequences of the Intel and Post Danmark I and II judgments by the European Court of Justice for the assessment of conditional rebates were discussed.

Patents and Euro-Sino Cooperation in R&D

To mark the 30th anniversary of bilateral cooperation between the European Patent Office (EPO) and the State Intellectual Property Office of the People’s Republic of China (SIPO), the book “Partners in Patents for 30 years” was published. Lexonomics prepared a contribution on the cooperation between Europe and China in the area of R&D and patenting.