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About Secretariat Economists
Secretariat Economists is a premier economic consulting firm in the fields of microeconomics, law and economics, public policy, and business strategy. Our Sr. Economists, Vice Presidents, Sr. Vice Presidents and Principals hold Ph.D.’s from top universities such as MIT, Harvard, Princeton, Stanford, U.C. Berkeley, Yale and the University of Chicago. EI operates globally from offices in Washington, DC, San Francisco and Tallahassee.Read More
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Keith Waehrer lead a seminar titled “Lessons from Sprint/T-Mobile Merger Investigations, Litigation, and Remedy”
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Summer 2021 Issue
This issue considers cross-market hospital mergers, “killer acquisitions” in the pharmaceutical industry, and the proposal to create the Southeastern Energy Exchange Market (“SEEM”). Lona Fowdur and Cagatay Koc discuss the California Attorney General’s Office’s reliance on “plus factors” in its review of the merger between Huntington Hospital and Cedars-Sinai Health System. Dr. Fowdur and Dr. Koc indicate …Read the Issue
Secretariat Economists is a premier economic consulting firm in the fields of law and economics, public policy, and business operations. We offer expert consulting and testifying services in the context of proposed mergers and acquisitions, legal disputes, pay equity studies, industry regulation, auction design and strategy, transfer pricing and business planning. Our clients include businesses, trade associations, government agencies, multilateral organizations and individuals. In the context of legal disputes, we are often engaged through counsel.