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Education
Ph.D., Economics, Princeton University, 1996
MA, Economics, Princeton University, 1994
BA, Economics and Mathematics, Boston University, 1992
 
Employment
MGM Applied Economic Consulting, San Francisco, CA
2009-Present Owner
Responsibilities: Independent consultant specializing in applied statistical analysis, econometric modeling, and sample design and analysis in both private and public litigation, as well as other legal matters. Testimonial experience in matters before numerous government agencies, including the OIG, DOJ, FTC, FCC, ITC, DOC, and other regulatory proceedings.
 
Freeman, Sullivan & Company (The FSC Group), San Francisco, CA
2008-2009 Senior Consultant
Responsibilities: Provide support to energy team through statistical modeling of short-interval energy usage data to assess customers' responsiveness to changing prices and incentive programs. Designed statistical models for both liability and damages for litigation team.
 
FTI Consulting, San Francisco, CA
2003-2008 Director, Forensic and Litigation Consulting
Responsibilities: Liability and damage calculations using statistical modeling in a variety of areas, including competitive practices litigation (Antitrust and IP), wage and hour matters, insurance/asbestos, Mortgage underwriting, 10b-5 securities litigation, construction, and false claims act matters. Design and critique sample design and extrapolation in a variety of matters, including consumer/customer surveys for litigation, healthcare reimbursement audits, and product defects.
 
 
Economists Incorporated, Washington, DC
1996-2002 Vice President
Responsibilities: At Economists, Inc. I specialized in empirical econometric and statistical analyses of microeconomic problems arising in merger filings and antitrust litigation. I also developed statistical models for competitive analysis, damage estimates, cost modeling, and survey analysis.
 
Selected Projects

Healthcare
  • Statistical analysis of possible overpayments of selected physicians at various hospitals for national healthcare provider in self-disclosure.
  • Statistical analysis of alleged excessive hospice stays for national healthcare provider.
  • Rebuttal to OIG statistical report and extrapolation methodology in RADV Audit/Medicare claims review (Three cases for two separate providers).
  • Rebuttal to statistical analysis from Government contractors with regard to sampling and extrapolation methodology in Medicare/Medicaid claims review (More than 100+ matters on behalf of several different providers).
  • Statistical analysis of differential costs in provision of physician healthcare services as part of clinical effectiveness review.
  • Statistical analysis of alleged Medicare overpayments for large number of university-based clinical trials.
  • Rebuttal to US Government sampling and extrapolation analysis of alleged overbilling by several providers of geriatric psychiatric and psychological services, including appeal and testimony before ALJ (Two cases for two separate providers).
  • Performed statistical sampling and extrapolation analysis of possible overpayments to large US pharmacy chain for COB Medicaid prescriptions.
  • Provided assistance to outside counsel for a claims reimbursement company in connection with an arbitration concerning the company’s late payment of claims submitted by a hospital chain. Assistance included the assessment of the hospital chain’s consultant’s methodology utilized to statistically quantify the claimed damages.
  • Analysis of data on Medicare and Medicaid payments for Albuterol Sulfate for home oxygen therapy to rebut US government claims of allegedly inflated reimbursements.
  • Rebuttal report in Qui Tam false claims case involving statistical analysis of hospital purchases of allegedly unneeded supplies.
  • Assisted in analysis of econometric work on behalf of defendants in the alleged monopolization of psychiatric hospitals in the Dallas area by NME in Timberlawn v. Tenet Healthcare, et al.
  • Supplemental Analysis of "Inherent Reasonableness" Survey, prepared for HIMA (with Matthew Mercurio); February 1999. Report on DMERC "Inherent Reasonableness" Survey, prepared for HIMA (with Meg Guerin-Calvert); November 1998.
  • Summary Report: Interviews of Representative HIMA Members' Views on FASA, prepared for HIMA (with Meg Guerin-Calvert); July 1997.
  • Economic analysis and report on HCFA “Inherent Reasonableness” survey methodology and data, used as the basis for proposed adjustments to the Medicare reimbursements for several durable medical products, including blood glucose strips.
  • Prepared economic analysis of issues related to reimbursement rates, access, and quality issues for the Roche HIV-1 Viral Load test, including implications of HCFA “gap-fill” methodologies and possible national fee cap.

 
Intellectual Property
  • Manufacturing Resources International, Inc. vs. Civiq Holdings, Civiq Smartscapes, Comark Holdings, and Comark involving 17 patents generally related to cooling systems for computer displays.
  • TQ Delta, LLC v. 2Wire, Inc. involving patents related to Digital Subscriber Line (DSL) technology.
  • Autel Robotics USA LLC, Autel Aerial Technology Co. Ltd. and Autel Intelligent Technology Co., Ltd. ("Autel'') vs. SZ DJI Technology Co. LTD. and DJI Europe B. V. involving patents related to Aerial drone technologies.
  • Nelson Products, Inc. (“NPI”) and Carl Nelson, an individual (“Mr. Nelson”) v. Bal Seal Engineering, Inc. involving misappropriation of trade secrets related to high-performance spring-energized seals.
  • Good v. MobileIron– Provided client MobileIron with an assessment of damages incurred as a result of an alleged patent infringement pertaining to Personal Information Management security software. Assisted in preparing testimony for lead expert Richard J. Eichmann within a jury trial before Judge Grewal in San Jose, California.
  • Fujifilm, Inc. v. Motorola Mobility, LLC. Rebutted an opposing damages expert’s use of survey studies as an indication of value for client Motorola Mobility in a patent infringement suit concerning camera and Wi Fi features. Assisted in preparation of testimony for lead expert Richard J. Eichmann within a jury trial before Judge Orrick in San Francisco, California.
  • SteelSeries, Inc. Rebutted an opposing damages expert’s calculation of reasonable royalty for client SteelSeries in a patent infringement suit concerning gaming mice technology. I provided analysis in support of the testimony of lead expert Richard J. Eichmann within a jury trial before Judge Payne in Marshall, Texas.
  • The Parallax Group International, LLC v. Incstores, LLC involving patents related to resilient rubber flooring.
  • Polygroup Ltd. v. Willis Electric Co., Ltd. involving patents related to pre-assembled Christmas trees.
  • Performed lost profit and reasonable royalty analysis in patent infringement matter involving home fitness equipment.
  • Performed lost profit and reasonable royalty analysis in patent infringement matter involving printer equipment.
  • Performed lost profit and reasonable royalty analysis in patent infringement matter involving golfing equipment.
  • Detailed statistical analysis of music usage data to help determine appropriate licensing fees for public broadcasts.
  • Performed reasonable royalty analysis including econometric model of similar products for a multinational firm in the office software industry in a patent infringement matter.

 
Sampling and Survey Design

  • Analyzed data from multiple user surveys (both residential and C&I) on outage costs to produce reliable, transparent, and publicly available outage cost information that can be applied in value-based reliability planning.
  • Assisted in the design and analysis of a survey of consumer attitudes and willingness to pay for plug-in hybrid electric vehicles (PHEVs) to assist utilities on planning efforts.
  • Designed and analyzed of a survey of consumer attitudes and willingness to pay for plug-in hybrid electric vehicles (PHEVs). Determined likely penetration rates of PHEVs vis-à-vis traditional hybrid vehicles (HEVs) to assist major US utility in planning for potential increased electricity load as PHEVs enter the market.
  • Investigated claims of unpaid meal and rest breaks at one of the largest fast food chains in the US. Conducted a survey of current employees to assess work habits.
  • Designed a survey of clinical trial data for a university health system for the purpose of auditing Medicare reimbursement amounts.
  • Analysis provided in selecting a statistically valid sample of insurance claims in order to compute reliable estimate of alleged accounting error.
  • Analysis of sample chosen by plaintiff in a revenue dispute case involving accounts receivable discrepancies.
  • Statistical analysis and survey design relating to contracts for major U.S. credit bureau.

 
Statistical Analysis / Damage Modeling

  • Limited dependent (logit/probit) analysis of home loan failures in large mortgage-backed securitizations on behalf of large bank underwriters to differentiate the effects of alleged fraudulent underwriting from other causes of loan failure (4 separate class-action cases for 4 banks).
  • Breach of Contract (Recreational Vehicles) – Rebutted the statistical validity of an opposing expert’s inferences on the use of his survey design in a matter dealing with the impact of sales to a recreational manufacturer as a result of an alleged harm to their reputation due to an interior drywall component. Within the same case I wrote a separate report that rebutted the statistical validity of an economic expert’s damage calculation that sought to calculate the impact on sales due to an alleged reputational loss.
  • Breach of Contract - Managed the analytical aspects of a complex damage calculation model and prepared and presented our findings to counsel in the matter of a breach of contract dispute between two U.S. telecommunications firms.
  • Analysis of Asbestos claims data. Developed an allocation model for all insurers to predict coverage amounts based on legal rulings.
  • Developed a probability model to rebut damage claims of Plaintiffs’ expert in work for large manufacturer of plumbing supplies.
  • Analysis of data on hard drive failures. Statistical analysis of data on laptop hard drive failures on behalf of plaintiff in defective product litigation.
  • Statistical analysis of data on pipe leaks. Survival analysis of leaks in polybutylene cold water service pipes in several jurisdictions.

 
Anticompetitive Behavior

  • Designed and managed statistical analyses to investigate the alleged impact of price-fixing among cement producers. In addition to econometric analysis of duration and scope of the alleged conspiracy, assisted in the criminal investigation by demonstrating the tradeoff between the price effect of the affected conspiracy and the total “affected commerce”, upon which criminal sentencing is based. The methodology in the case was ultimately described in an article presented at the Western Economic Association International Annual Conference in Vancouver, B.C. on July 1, 2009.
  • Assisted two foreign manufacturers of insecticides used in aerial forest spraying regarding allegations of price-fixing via allocation of the Canadian market.  Assisted in both liability and damages via econometric analyses of input costs and output prices, taking account of both capacity constraints and the already high concentration levels in the market.
  • Declarations and other economic analysis relating to alleged monopolization and attempted monopolization of the west coast swimming pool chemicals distribution market in Pool Water Products, et al. v. Olin Corporation, et al.
  • Assisted with competitive analysis for defendants of foreclosure claim in plastic golf cleats industry in Green Keepers, Inc. v. SoftSpikes, Inc. and MacNeill Engineering Worldwide, Inc.
  • Work on Niacin and Choline Chloride as part of In Re: Vitamins litigation and Methionine in related litigation. Worked on numerous aspects of these three cases, including assistance in the drafting of affirmative and rebuttal report incorporating econometric analysis of damages due to alleged price fixing conspiracy. Employed statistical techniques to filter and summarize the individual transactions data for millions of individual purchases, reducing the scope of the statistical analysis to a manageable level.
  • Detailed analyses of 1992 and 1996 Surveys of Consumer Finances data to investigate restraint of trade claims. 

 
Mergers/Acquisitions

  • Assisted in economic analysis in support of merger of two Long Island hospitals, Long Island Jewish and Northshore Manhasset.
  • Submitted a paper to the FCC on behalf of the Newspaper Association of America (NAA) on structural change in media markets since 1975 and the potential benefits of joint ownership to assist the Commission in reviewing its Newspaper-Broadcast Cross-Ownership rule.
  • Solution 6/CMS proposed acquisition of Elite Information Group (time and billing software systems): Hart-Scott-Rodino review by the Federal Trade Commission.
  • Statistical analysis of potential effects of FCC’s proposed digital “must-carry” rules, In the Matter of Carriage of Transmissions of Digital Television Broadcast Stations, Amendments to Part 76 of the Commission’s Rules, CS Docket No. 98-120.
  • Econometric analyses of market definition in Radio, Television, and Newspaper advertising markets.
  • Assisted in clearance of merger of two large telecommunications equipment manufacturers (DSC and Alcatel) - overlap in digital cross connects (DCSs).
  • Acquisition of Union Carbide by Dow Chemical: Hart-Scott-Rodino review by Federal Trade Commission.
  • Acquisition of Infinity Broadcasting Corporation by Westinghouse Electric Corporation. Hart-Scott-Rodino review by the Department of Justice.
  • USA Waste acquisition of United Waste.
  • Qwest-US West merger.

 
Finance

  • Work for large multinational bank in defense of shareholder class action lawsuit alleging stock price inflation.
  • Mortgage-Backed Securities – Managed and designed econometric models tasked with analyzing loss causation as it relates to losses across tranches within securitizations.
  • Mortgage-Backed Securities – Worked in assistance to sampling expert in the Federal Housing Finance Agency v. J.P. Morgan Securities LLC et al matter.
  • Provided economic and econometric analysis of Municipal Securities Rulemaking Board (MSRB) database of individual transactions for the purpose of defining and investigating certain structural relationships in the municipal securities market, as well as potential oversight or rulemaking.
  • Assisted in preparation of report on ATM fees on behalf of American Bankers Association.
  • Conducted event study and damages analysis in complex 10-b-5 securities class action case involving medical products manufacturer accused of earnings distortion (5 separate cases).
  • Mortgage-Backed Securities (Statistical Analysis) – Worked in assistance to sampling expert in the Federal Home Loan Bank of Pittsburgh v. J.P. Morgan Securities LLC et al matter.Mortgage-Backed Securities – Provided statistical support of a motion to deny class certification of a proposed class of investors that sought restitution from an underwriter for allegedly not having properly accounted for the risk of the underlying collateral of several securitizations.
  • Mortgage-Backed Securities – Provided statistical and econometric support examining the factors that influence the likelihood of loan default as it pertained to a class action that sought restitution of the alleged wrongdoings of a municipal bond insurance agency.
  • Mortgage-Backed Securities – Provided statistical support in examining the difference of bid and close data provided a municipal bond insurance agency.
  • Securities Litigation – Conducted event studies and loss causation models on a variety of 10b(5) class action case matters.


Energy Markets

  • Assisted in the development of enrollment forecasts and ex-post load reduction predictions in order to generate ex-ante load reduction forecasts for PG&E’s SmartRate program.
  • Assisted in the development of estimates of load impacts and forecasts of demand response programs for Ontario Power Authority (OPA).
  • Assisted in the development of ex post estimates of load impacts and ex ante forecasts of demand response programs for Ontario Power Authority (OPA).Designed a survey of clinical trial data for a university health system for the purpose of auditing Medicare reimbursement amounts.

 
Employment and Wage & Hour Matters

  • Assisted in statistical analysis related to allegations of racial discrimination by Booz-Allen & Hamilton's Worldwide Technology Business ("WTB").
  • Analyzed class certification issues as they related to a wage-hour dispute of an airline company.
  • Work for several large US retail firms in defense of class action wage and hour cases.
  • Analysis of employee work history data to rebut class certification and damage estimates in employment classification matter.
  • Analysis of employee work history data for nationwide fast food chain to rebut class certification and damage estimates in employment classification and rest break matter.
  • Investigated claims of unpaid benefits and overtime at large perfume consortium. Analyzed data on seasonal department store workers to assess viability of claims for unpaid pension and medical benefits.

 
International Trade

  • Helped prepare testimony on behalf of respondent Hyundai in Sunset Review No. 713-TA-556: Dynamic Random Access Memory Semiconductors from Korea, United States International Trade Commission, September 2000.
  • Prepared testimony on behalf of Coalition for Fair Lumber Imports in Certain Softwood Lumber Products From Canada, International Trade Administration and International Trade Commission, 2001-2002 (No. 701-TA-414).
 
Telecommunications
  • Submitted a report on behalf of the C-SPAN networks analyzing the potential effect of the FCC’s proposed Digital Must Carry (DMC) rules on the decision of individual cable operators whether or not to carry the C-SPAN networks.
  • Submitted report to the FCC entitled “An Economic Analysis of the SB.C.-Ameritech Merger” (joint with Gregory Rosston) accompanying joint comments of Attorneys General of Michigan, Indiana, Missouri, and Wisconsin. Report cited several areas of potential competitive concerns with the merger, also proposed conditions for FCC approval of the merger.
  • Merger of two large telecommunications equipment manufacturers (DSC and Alcatel) - overlap in digital cross connects (DCSs).
  • Analysis of “FCC Staff Model of the Telecommunications Industry” for possible use in local competition provisions of the Telecommunications Act of 1996.
  • Developed an econometric model of digital switching costs for use in cost proxy models, joint with Steven E. Siwek. Used to support LD companies in 251 proceedings.
  • Design of statistically valid sampling procedure for study of work times of various local telephony activities. Provided affidavit and testimonial support of these procedures before the Maryland PUC.
 
Speeches & Publications
  • “Use of Two-Stage Linear Regression Models in Identifying the Existence and Extent of Affected Commerce in Price-Fixing Cases,” co-author with Richard J. Eichmann, working paper. Co-presented with Richard J. Eichmann under the “Commercial Damages and Antitrust Litigation” section of the Western Economic Association International Annual Conference in Vancouver, B.C. on July 1, 2009.
  • Mercurio, Matthew G. and Esfandar Maasoumi. “Using Statistics in Patent Cases: A Case Study,” in Economic Damages in Intellectual Property (Ed. Daniel Slottje), New York, NY: Wiley, 2006.
  • Report of Gregory L. Rosston and Matthew G. Mercurio, An Economic Analysis of the SBC-Ameritech Merger, Submitted ex Parte along with comments of the Attorneys General of the States of Indiana, Michigan, Missouri and Wisconsin, FCC CC Docket No. 98-141, April 26, 1999.
  • A Probability Model of the Effects of the Commission’s Proposed Digital Must-Carry Rules on the C-SPAN Networks, In the Matter of Carriage of Transmissions of Digital Television Broadcast Stations, Amendments to Part 76 of the Commission’s Rules, CS Docket No. 98-120, October 1998.
  • Steven E. Siwek, June 1998.
  • Saving and Liquidity Constraints Using SIPP Panel Data, Ph.D. Dissertation, Princeton University, May 1996.
  • Forecasters on The Spot, with Peter B. Kenen and Paolo Pesenti, Princeton International Finance Section (IFS) Working Paper, November 1995.
  • World Business Cycles, Mimeograph, Princeton University, February 1993.

Testimony, Depositions, Affidavits, Declarations
  • Testimony in arbitration: BEFORE JAMS ARBITRATION, MEDIATION, AND ADR SERVICES, No. 1260002855. HealthCare Partners Nevada, LLC (Claimant) v. GARY W. POLSKY, in his individual capacity and as Trustee under the Gary and Joyce Polsky Family Trust; SOLARI HOSPICE CARE, LLC; CANDIS S. ARMOUR, in her individual capacity and as Trustee Under the Candis S. Armour Trust; KEG CAP IT AL, LLC; ARLENKORER; CAROLE GOINS; BETH IMLAY; GARY AND JOYCE POLSKY FAMILY TRUST; CANDIS S. ARMOUR TRUST (Respondents). Testimony February 22, 2016.
  • UNITED STATES DISTRICT COURT, CENTRAL DISTRICT OF CALIFORNIAQUOC VIET FOODS, INC., a California corporation, Plaintiff, vs. VV FOODS, LLC, a Texas Limited Liability Company, NGA VU, an individual, THANH VU, an individual, VANEE FOODS COMPANY, INC., a Delaware Corporation; and DOES 1-10, inclusive, Defendants, CASE NO. SACV12-02165 CJC (DFM). Trial testimony and Deposition regarding damages on behalf of Plaintiff Quoc Viet Foods in trademark infringement matter relating to the misuse of the "Cot" trademark by Defendant VV foods, August 6, 2014 (deposition) and March 10, 2016 (trial).
  • UNITED STATES DISTRICT COURT FOR THE MIDDLE DISTRICT OF FLORIDA ORLANDO DIVISION, UNITED STATES OF AMERICA ex rel. BAKLID-KUNZ, Plaintiff, vs. HALIFAX HOSP. MED. CTR., et al. Defendants, Civ. Act. No. 6:09-CV-1002-ORL-31 DAB, JUDGE Gregory A. Presnell, Deposition in False Claims Act - Qui Tam matter for Defendant Halifax Health System related to allegedly improper short stays, December 18, 2013.
  • SUPERIOR COURT OF THE STATE OF CALIFORNIA, COUNTY OF ORANGE. GREENLIGHT FINANCIAL SERVICES, INC., a California corporation; OTC Pacific, LLC, a California limited liability company, Plaintiffs, vs. INTERNET BRANDS, INC., also dba CARSDIRECT.COM, fka CARSDIRECT.COM, INC., a Delaware corporation; CARSDIRECT MORTGAGE SERVICES, INC., a Delaware corporation, dba LOANSTORE.COM,; and CDIFINANCIAL.COM, LLC, a Delaware limited liability company, and Does 1-50, Defendants, Case No.: 30-2012-00558307-CU-BC-CJC, Judge: Hon. Derek w. Hunt. Testimony regarding copyright matter on behalf of Greenlight Financial Services over trademark infringement by owner of greenlight.com website, March 6, 2013 (deposition), April 13, 2013 (trial).
  • SUPERIOR COURT OF THE STATE OF CALIFORNIA COUNTY OF SAN FRANCISCO, CIVIL - UNLIMITED JURISDICTION, BUNZL DISTRIBUTION USA, INC., a Delaware corporation, Plaintiff, vs. FRANCHISE TAX BOARD, an agency of the State of California, Defendant, Case No. CGC-10-506344, Deposition in litigated matter involving the California Franchise Tax Board regarding alleged violation of California “Taxpayer Bill of Rights” by private distributor, June 7, 2012.
  • UNITED STATES DISTRICT COURT CENTRAL DISTRICT OF CALIFORNIA. CUONG NHUT CHUNG, an individual, Plaintiff, v. L & R FINE FASHIONS, INC., Defendant, Case No.: SACV11 - 0712 CJC(ANx), Magistrate Judge Arthur Nakazato. Deposition regarding damages on behalf of Plaintiff Kim Loan restaurant in trademark infringement matter relating to the misuse of the "Kim Loan" trademark, May 22, 2012.
  • SUPERIOR COURT OF THE STATE OF CALIFORNIA IN AND FOR THE COUNTY OF SAN FRANCISCO, UNLIMITED JURISDICTION, Melissa Vincent, Plaintiff, vs. Bank of America, N.A., Anna Hirano, Troy Johnson, Greg Newhall, Robert Schwartz, and Does 1-50, inclusive, Defendants, CASE NO.: CGC-10-496992. Trial testimony regarding damages (lost wages calculations) in unlawful termination matter, April 18, 2012.
  • Testified in arbitration hearing on behalf of purchaser of pharmacy which was later sued by CMS over alleged Medicare overbilling, October, 2011.
  • UNITED STATES DISTRICT COURT FOR THE DISTRICT OF MASSACHUSETTS, UNITED STATES of America, ex rel. Patrick J. LOUGHREN, Plaintiff, v. UNUMPROVIDENT CORPORATION and GENEX SERVICES, INC., Defendants, Civil Action No. 03-11699-PBS, Testified in preliminary hearing, December, 2008.
  • SUPERIOR COURT OF THE STATE OF CALIFORNIA COUNTY OF STANISLAUS, NICKY ROSA, MICHAEL ROSA, LORENZO PINO, DAVID KOSITCHEK, SHIRLEY KOSITCHEK, Plaintiffs, vs. MORRISON HOMES, INC., G&G CONSTRUCTION, KTGY GROUP, INC. AND DOES 1 THROUGH 250, INCLUSIVE, Defendants, Case No. 373059. Deposition in construction defect case for matter involving large home builder over alleged deficiencies in a subdivision of 31 homes in Fresno, CA, March 2010.
  • UNITED STATES DISTRICT COURT, CENTRAL DISTRICT OF CALIFORNIA, WESTERN DIVISION, METRO-GOLDWYN-MAYER STUDIOS INC, et al., Plaintiffs, vs. GROKSTER, LTD., et al., Defendants. JERRY LEIBER, et al., Plaintiffs vs. CONSUMER EMPOWERMENT BV a/ka FASTRACK, et al., Consolidated Case Nos: CV 01-08541 SVW (PJWx), CV 01-09923 SVW (PJWx), Judge Hon. Stephen V. Wilson. Deposition on behalf of P2P file-sharing network against allegations of copyright violations from RIAA, September, 2008.
  • IN THE UNITED STATES DISTRICT COURT, FOR THE DISTRICT OF COLUMBIA, UNITED STATES EX REL. DEBRA HOCKETT, M.D., LINDA THOMPSON, M.D., AND CHRYSSA STALEY, RN, Plaintiffs, v. COLUMBIA/HCA HEALTHCARE CORP., INDIAN PATH HOSPITAL, INC., HORIZON MENTAL HEALTH MANAGEMENT, INC., and SUPERIOR HOME HEALTH OF EAST TENNESSEE, INC., Defendants, Civil No. 99-3311 (RCL), Part of Civil No. O1-MS-50 (RCL). Deposition in False Claims Act - Qui Tam matter for large U.S. hospital management company based on submitted Rule 26 Report, July 10, 2006.
  • Testified before the International Trade Commission on behalf of the Coalition for Fair Lumber Imports in Certain Softwood Lumber Products From Canada (No. 701-TA-414), April, 2002.
  • Testified before the U.S. International Trade Commission on behalf of respondent steel importers from Korea, Brazil, Japan, UK, Italy, and other European countries in Section 201 (“safeguard”) action (No. 201-TA-073), November 8, 2001.
  • Prepared testimony on behalf of respondent Hyundai in Sunset Review (No. 713-TA-556): Dynamic Random Access Memory Semiconductors from Korea, United States International Trade Commission, September 2000.
  • Testified before the Public Service Commission of Maryland, In the matter of the investigation of non-recurring charges for telecommunications interconnection services, Case No. 8786 (Testimony Jan. 25, 1999).

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