Experience: Law clerk to the Honorable Edward Tamm, United States Court of Appeals, District of Columbia Circuit (1977-1978); Attorney, Office of the General Counsel, Federal Trade Commission (1978-1981); Counsel, Subcommittee on Monopolies and Commercial Law, House Committee on the Judiciary (1981-1986); General Counsel, Committee to Support the Antitrust Laws (1986 - 2004); Legislative Counsel, National Association of Shareholder and Consumer Attorneys (1988-2004); Legislative Counsel, National Coalition of Petroleum Retailers and Service Station Dealers of America (1988-1994); Arlington County Democratic Committee (1983-1987). Honors and Activities: Board Member, Juvenile Law Center (2009- ); Finalist, 2006 Trial Lawyer of the Year, Trial Lawyers for Public Justice; Board Member, American Antitrust Institute (1998 - 2009); Board Member, Violence Policy Center (1999 - 2009); Board Member, Appleseed Legal Foundation (1999-2005). Publications: Judge Tamm and the Evolution of Administrative Law: The Art of Judging, 74 GEORGETOWN L.J. 1595 (1986); Pulling the Plug on Antitrust Law (with Jerry Cohen), THENATION (1987); House Takes Up Cause of Discounters, LEGAL TIMES, Vol X, No. 30 (1987); Supreme Court's “Sharp” Ruling Means Higher Prices, Fewer Choices for Consumers, MANHATTANLAWYER (1988); Chapter, Consumer Protection -- Federal Trade Commission, CHANGING AMERICA: BLUEPRINTS FOR THE NEWADMINISTRATION (edited by Mark Green) (1992); Antitrust and Clinton: Changes on the Horizon, THECALIFORNIA LAWYER (1993); Action on Class Actions, THE RECORDER (1997); The Gold Train Case: Successfully Suing the United States on Behalf of a Class of Holocaust Era Victims (with Professor Charles Tiefer), 27 CLASS ACTION REPORTS 139 (2006); THE INTERNATIONALHANDBOOKOF PRIVATE ENFORCEMENT OFCOMPETITION LAW (with Albert A. Foer) (Edward Elgar Publishing Inc., 2010). Guest Lecturer: Southwestern Law School, 1997 and 1998; numerous appearances in CLE programs in the United States and Canada; District of Columbia Judicial Conference (2007).
American Bar Association; District of Columbia Bar Association; American Association for Justice.
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