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January 03, 2013
The Brattle Group Announces Three Principal Promotions

The Brattle Group is pleased to announce the promotion of Lisa Cameron, Evan Cohen, and Kevin Hearle to Principal, as of January 1, 2013.

Dr. Lisa Cameron joined Brattle’s litigation practice in 2009 and has over 16 years of experience consulting to attorneys and companies involved in antitrust, regulatory policy, intellectual property, healthcare, and finance matters. She has been involved in numerous preliminary injunction cases on behalf of both plaintiffs and defendants, and has testified before regulatory bodies and state public utility commissions. Prior to joining Brattle, Dr. Cameron held senior positions at Cornerstone Research, Deloitte Financial Advisory Services, and Lexecon, Inc., and taught as a Professor of Economics at Carnegie Mellon University’s Graduate School of Business. She holds a Ph.D. in Economics from Stanford University.

Mr. Evan Cohen joined Brattle’s finance practice in 2008. He specializes in financial modeling and valuation, with a focus on complex business and tax litigation, and more recently, bankruptcy matters and nutritional economics. He has experience supporting expert witnesses and assisting attorneys for corporations, the U.S. Department of Justice, and the Internal Revenue Service on all phases of case management and strategy. Prior to joining Brattle, Mr. Cohen worked as a consultant at Cambridge Finance Partners and as an investment banking analyst in corporate finance at Dillon, Read, and UBS. He holds an MBA from MIT’s Sloan School of Management.

Mr. Kevin Hearle specializes in applying corporate finance, accounting, computer programming, and modeling expertise to the analyses of antitrust and other competition issues. He returned to Brattle’s litigation practice in 2010 as a senior consultant after working independently as an economic consultant for several years. Throughout his career, he has provided high-level support to some of the most prominent antitrust experts in the country, and has testified on corporate valuation, cost of capital, and “ability to pay” issues. Previously, Mr. Hearle was a co-founder of Competition Economics, Inc. He received his MBA from Stanford University.