More Than 35 Years of Service: The Antitrust Division Thanks Its Long-Serving Attorneys and Economists

Division Update Spring 2018

American consumers and the Antitrust Division benefit each day from the expertise and experience of its talented attorneys and economists. That experience and expertise only grow over time, making some of the most valuable members of the Division’s staff those who have worked at the Division the longest.

Among the ranks of the Division’s attorneys and economists are several individuals who have more than 35 years of experience at the Division protecting competition and consumers by enforcing our nation’s antitrust laws. In recognition of their service, the Division would like to express its gratitude to the following:

Sanford M. Adler (Attorney)

Robin L. Allen (Economist)

John R. Bender (Economist)

Kent Brown (Attorney)

Craig W. Conrath (Attorney)

Norman Familant (Economist)

John F. Greaney (Attorney)

Steven B. Kramer (Attorney)

Rebecca Meiklejohn (Attorney)

Janet A. Nash (Attorney)

Robert B. Nicholson (Attorney)

Howard J. Parker (Attorney)

Frederick H. Parmenter (Attorney)

Russell W. Pittman (Economist)

Marvin N. Price (Attorney)

Greg Werden (Economist)

Robert J. Wiggers (Attorney)

Updated April 10, 2018

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