Gerald Rosenberg - President
202-530-3375 • email@example.com
For over 30 years, Gerry Rosenberg (M.P.P. University of Michigan) has provided
economic analysis of antitrust and other regulatory issues to companies, law
firms and hedge funds. In May, 2004, Mr. Rosenberg left his position as a Senior
Vice-President at Glassman-Oliver Economic Consultants, Inc., to form Rosenberg
Economic Advisors, Inc. He has worked as a consulting economist directly with
numerous firms planning transactions and involved in Hart-Scott-Rodino investigations,
including Aurora Foods, Campbell Soup, Lone Star Industries, Quorum Healthcare,
the University of Pittsburgh Medical Center and Vlasic Foods. At Glassman-Oliver,
Mr. Rosenberg managed the firm's regulatory risk practice for eleven years and
advised hedge funds on regulatory risks associated with hundreds of mergers and
acquisitions. His opinions are based on economic analysis of the competitive
impact of the transactions, his knowledge of scores of industries, as well as
his in-depth understanding of how regulatory agencies investigate transactions.
Mr. Rosenberg has experience consulting on transactions being reviewed by the
Department of Justice, the Federal Trade Commission and the European Union as
well as various federal, state, and foreign regulatory agencies.
|Arthur Durst - Research Analyst
202-530-3372 • firstname.lastname@example.org
Art has been with the firm since graduating from the University of Virginia in 2008 with a B.A. in Economics. He has been involved in the research and analysis of mergers and acquisitions across a wide range of industries such as pharmaceuticals, energy, communications, defense, computers and software. As an undergraduate, he took courses such as Game Theory, Econometrics, Economics of Taxation and Economics of Healthcare.