Analysis Group CEO and Chairman Martha Samuelson Recognized as One of Global Competition Review's Women in Antitrust 2016
November 22, 2016
Analysis Group CEO and Chairman Martha S. Samuelson has been recognized as one of 10 economists on Global Competition Review's distinguished list of Women in Antitrust 2016. Global Competition Review is profiling women considered among the top private practitioners, enforcers, in-house counsel, economists, and academics in competition law. The list comprises “those who have been at the forefront of competition law in their respective jurisdictions and made groundbreaking contributions to the ever-changing, increasingly globalized competition landscape.”
“It's an honor to be included on this prestigious list, which includes noteworthy colleagues, a number of whom I have collaborated with or whose work I have respected throughout my career,” Ms. Samuelson said.
Ms. Samuelson is an expert in antitrust, finance, and valuation, and has deep experience in applying economic and financial analysis to complex legal disputes, including five years as a practicing trial attorney. A key aspect of Ms. Samuelson's antitrust work is the direction of economic analyses for merger review, regulatory investigations, and large private litigations. She has managed economic analyses related to antitrust issues in more than 100 high-profile matters during her career, including numerous government, competitor, and consumer matters on behalf of MasterCard over more than two decades and on behalf of Microsoft during a similar period. Ms. Samuelson has also provided analysis of issues of class certification, liability, and damages in a broad set of technology- and financial services-related cases, and has analyzed economic issues related to government investigations and mergers involving companies in technology and health care. Prior to becoming CEO and Chairman of Analysis Group, she served as President and CEO (beginning in 2004), and prior to that as co-CEO (beginning in 1998).
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