Effective June 1, 2013, FSG Principals Eileen Reed and Jeff Armstrong will share responsibility for managing FSG’s Washington, DC, office, reporting to FSG Chairman and CEO, Marc Vellrath. Ms. Reed and Dr. Armstrong have worked together over the past decade on numerous matters involving antitrust issues and a variety of other business practices. Eileen Reed specializes in applied microeconomics and financial analysis of antitrust, health care, regulatory, and general business issues. She has extensive experience in managing complex projects, litigation, and merger reviews from their inception to completion. Her experience in the health case sector has included merger reviews and market studies in pharmaceuticals; hospital and physician services; and insurance and health care financing. Her merger-related work has helped clients gain required clearances in the U.S. and in foreign jurisdictions. Jeff Armstrong, who holds a Ph.D. from UCLA, has extensive experience in litigation and non-litigation matters involving the sophisticated integration of customer survey, discovery record and economic and financial analyses to support expert economic testimony and litigation strategy. Dr. Armstrong is dedicated to helping clients build fact-based, insightful and scientifically sound opinions in complex litigation matters. He has extensive experience developing and responding to complex models of impact and damages in a number of high-profile antitrust cases. He has testified and supported testifying experts in federal and state courts, has published in leading peer-reviewed economic journals and litigation trade publications, and has taught graduate and undergraduate courses on industrial organization, econometrics, business strategy, and statistics in the US and overseas.
Our former colleague, economist Mark Glueck, is no longer employed by FSG, but will continue to provide advisory services to law firm clients as an independent consultant. Mark will send updated contact information to clients and friends in the near future; in the interim, he can be reached at (202) 466-0512. FSG clients who may be affected by this transition should contact Marc Vellrath at (925) 258-9600 x14 or at firstname.lastname@example.org.