Leading Antitrust Expert and Economics Professor Martin Asher Affiliates with Monument Economics Group | 07/26/17

ARLINGTON, Va., July 26, 2017 /PRNewswire/ — Monument Economics Group, a leading provider of economic consulting services and expert testimony, is pleased to announce that Dr. Martin Asher of the University of Pennsylvania has joined the firm as an Affiliate. 

Dr. Asher is the former director of Undergraduate Research and Scholars Programs at the University of Pennsylvania Wharton School where he served on the faculty for more than 20 years and continues as an Adjunct Professor of Finance. He is a six-time winner of the William G. Whitney Award for Distinguished Undergraduate Teaching.

Providing expert testimony in antitrust cases involving allegations of price fixing and market allocation, Dr. Asher is experienced at analyzing issues related to class certification and damages and has assisted clients in matters covering a wide range of industries, including agricultural products, consumer goods, and chemicals.

“Marty’s strong academic background and established reputation as a testifying expert will significantly enhance our practice and the breadth of capabilities we offer clients,” said Monument Economics Group President and co-founder Russell Lamb. “His extensive experience as an expert witness and much admired professor speaks well of him as a distinguished economist. Further, I am pleased to have a person of Marty’s integrity as a colleague. We are excited to welcome him to our rapidly expanding team of economists.”

Monument Economics Group is a business and economic consulting firm that provides expert testimony, litigation support, economic analysis, and strategic advisory services to law firms and corporate and government entities in the United States and internationally. Led by Dr. Russell Lamb, Monument Economics Group assists clients in all phases of litigation and in a variety of contexts, including antitrust and competition, international arbitration, valuation, class action, healthcare, survey design and statistical sampling, and damages…

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