Orley Ashenfelter is the Joseph Douglas Green 1895 Professor of Economics at Princeton University. Professor Ashenfelter has testified in cases involving a number of industries, including electronic books; hospitals; polyurethane foam; animation workers; airlines; and office supply superstores.
Henry Farber is the Hughes-Rogers Professor of Economics at Princeton University. Professor Farber has testified in a wide range of discrimination and other labor cases, in settings including healthcare, higher education, financial services providers, and transportation workers.
Ruth Gilgenbach has worked on a range of topics, including: antitrust, discrimination, anti-dumping. Prior to joining Ashenfelter & Ashmore, Dr. Gilgenbach was an Economist at the Texas Attorney General's Antitrust Division. In addition to her work at A&A, she also teaches Law & Economics at Rutgers University.
Maria Kozhevnikova has nearly a decade in litigation consulting experience in a variety of areas, including discrimination, antitrust and other topics. Prior to joining Ashenfelter & Ashmore, Dr. Kozhevnikova taught in the Economics Department at Queens College, CUNY.
Mike LeFors is an econometrician with experience in transportation economics, urban economics and applied econometrics. Prior to joining Ashenfelter & Ashmore, Dr. LeFors taught in the Economics Department at Truman State University.
Griffin Wood is a graduate of Rutgers University, New Brunswick. He has extensive knowledge of statistical software packages and several programming languages.