CAROL B. STEHL
Assistant Director
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CAROL B. STEHL Assistant Director
Carol Stehl is assistant director of GeorgetownEconomic Services (GES), a subsidiary of Kelley Drye. She joined GES atits inception and has since directed its Data Services Group, drawing on her extensive experience in computer applications and database management. Carol has provided market research in support of antitrust analysis for mergers and acquisitions and assisted in trial preparation of civil litigation and federal agency proceedings. Carol has established and maintained North American and European industry databases for a variety of industries. She has conducted national and global surveys for trade associations and other coalitions seeking information on the state of the industry, for benchmarking purposes, in response to government monitoring, or for other study. Carol has also administered class action suit distribution plans.

Carol's experience in these areas have included a variety of industries, such as bicycles, chemicals, copper and brass, crystal, food and beverage, petroleum, plasma, steel, tobacco and trucking, among others. Prior to joining GES, Carol worked in the energy regulation and consulting field, predominately with oil and gas producers and refiners.

Carol is not licensed to practice law.

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Carol Stehl is assistant director of GeorgetownEconomic Services (GES), a subsidiary of Kelley Drye. She joined GES atits inception and has since directed its Data Services Group, drawing on her extensive experience in computer applications and database management. Carol has provided market research in support of antitrust analysis for mergers and acquisitions and assisted in trial preparation of civil litigation and federal agency proceedings. Carol has established and maintained North American and European industry databases for a variety of industries. She has conducted national and global surveys for trade associations and other coalitions seeking information on the state of the industry, for benchmarking purposes, in response to government monitoring, or for other study. Carol has also administered class action suit distribution plans.

Carol's experience in these areas have included a variety of industries, such as bicycles, chemicals, copper and brass, crystal, food and beverage, petroleum, plasma, steel, tobacco and trucking, among others. Prior to joining GES, Carol worked in the energy regulation and consulting field, predominately with oil and gas producers and refiners.

Carol is not licensed to practice law.

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