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In Memory of Janusz A. Ordover

With deep sadness and heavy hearts, we share that one of our founders, Janusz A. Ordover, passed away. Janusz Ordover was the sweetest of humans with the kindest of hearts. He combined his love for life and the people around him with the sharpest of minds. Janusz was an Emeritus Professor of Economics and a … Continued

Former FTC Economists Nathan Wilson and Jeremy Sandford Join Compass Lexecon

Compass Lexecon is proud to announce that Dr. Nathan E. Wilson and Dr. Jeremy Sandford, two outstanding former Federal Trade Commission economists, are joining the firm.​​​​​​Dr. Nathan Wilson joins the firm as an Executive Vice President based in our Washington, DC office. Prior to joining Compass Lexecon, he worked at the Federal Trade Commission for … Continued

180 Degrees Consulting

In October 2020, Compass Lexecon partnered with 180 Degrees Consulting (180DC), a university-based pro-bono consultancy where students provide non-profits and social enterprises with consultancy services during the school semester.

In Memory of Daniel Cherette

It is with tremendous sadness that we share that our dear friend and colleague, Dan Cherette, has passed away.  Dan joined Compass Lexecon in 2013. From his first day, his contributions to the firm were extraordinary. He was smart, diligent, and dedicated to his work, his case teams, and his colleagues. He was a mentor … Continued

Leading New Generation Market Microstructure and Quantitative Trading Expert Professor Ciamac C. Moallemi Affiliates With Compass Lexecon

Compass Lexecon is proud to announce that Professor Ciamac C. Moallemi has affiliated with our firm. Professor Moallemi is the William von Mueffling Professor of Business in the Graduate School of Business at Columbia University. His research interests are in the development of mathematical and computational tools for optimal decision making under uncertainty, with a … Continued

Compass Lexecon Conducts Pro Bono Analysis of Racial Disparities in Non-Traffic Infractions

Compass Lexecon provided pro bono assistance to the Lawyers’ Committee for Civil Rights of the San Francisco Bay Area (LCCRSF) with its report “Cited for Being in Plain Sight: How California Polices Being Black, Brown, and Unhoused in Public.” The report evaluated disparities in the enforcement of non-traffic infractions (such as loitering, jaywalking, and drinking- … Continued