ROBERT N. FENILI
Assistant Director
(202) 945-6677 (202) 945-6677
ROBERT N. FENILI Assistant Director
I provide economic consulting to solve problems related to economics and the law, including valuation and damage evaluations, competitive assessments, industry and market reports, estimates of the impact of regulations, expert reports, and critiques of others, expert reports, etc.
Dr. Robert Fenili is the Assistant Director of Georgetown Economic Services' Economic Analysis Group. Since joining Georgetown Economic Services in 1987, Dr. Fenili has provided economic consulting in regulatory and litigation matters primarily involving matters related to advertising, antitrust, consumer protection, energy, environmental law, and intellectual property. Dr. Fenili has provided expert opinions and has testified as an expert witness.

Dr. Fenili provides both economic and quantitative expertise in assessing and measuring commercial damages related to litigation as well as evaluation of opposing damage claims. His antitrust experience includes merger and acquisition analyses from pre-merger through Hart-Scott-Rodino filings and clearance, as well as private-action antitrust litigation. In advertising law, Dr. Fenili has been involved in the quantitative evaluation of clinical trials and research with regard to substantiation of advertised claims.

Dr. Fenili has applied his economic and quantitative expertise to a variety of businesses. These include chemicals, cleaning supplies, coal, convenience stores, fertilizers, fisheries, gasoline marketing, graphite electrodes, herbicides, industrial gasses, insurance, internet advertising, nails, orthopedic medical devices, over-the-counter drugs and supplements, petroleum coke, petroleum services equipment, pornography, radio advertising, ready-to-eat cereals and breakfast foods, spark-plug wires, steel, supermarkets, tax preparation, telecommunications, tobacco advertising, vacuum cleaner advertising, vitamins, weight-loss advertising, and many others.

Prior to joining GES, Dr. Fenili held positions as an antitrust economist with the Bureau of Economics at the Federal Trade Commission, an energy economist with the General Accounting Office’s Energy and Minerals Division, and the Project Director of a comprehensive study of the gasoline marketing industry at the Department of Energy’s Office of Competition.

Dr. Robert N. Fenili is not licensed to practice law.

About

Dr. Robert Fenili is the Assistant Director of Georgetown Economic Services' Economic Analysis Group. Since joining Georgetown Economic Services in 1987, Dr. Fenili has provided economic consulting in regulatory and litigation matters primarily involving matters related to advertising, antitrust, consumer protection, energy, environmental law, and intellectual property. Dr. Fenili has provided expert opinions and has testified as an expert witness.

Dr. Fenili provides both economic and quantitative expertise in assessing and measuring commercial damages related to litigation as well as evaluation of opposing damage claims. His antitrust experience includes merger and acquisition analyses from pre-merger through Hart-Scott-Rodino filings and clearance, as well as private-action antitrust litigation. In advertising law, Dr. Fenili has been involved in the quantitative evaluation of clinical trials and research with regard to substantiation of advertised claims.

Dr. Fenili has applied his economic and quantitative expertise to a variety of businesses. These include chemicals, cleaning supplies, coal, convenience stores, fertilizers, fisheries, gasoline marketing, graphite electrodes, herbicides, industrial gasses, insurance, internet advertising, nails, orthopedic medical devices, over-the-counter drugs and supplements, petroleum coke, petroleum services equipment, pornography, radio advertising, ready-to-eat cereals and breakfast foods, spark-plug wires, steel, supermarkets, tax preparation, telecommunications, tobacco advertising, vacuum cleaner advertising, vitamins, weight-loss advertising, and many others.

Prior to joining GES, Dr. Fenili held positions as an antitrust economist with the Bureau of Economics at the Federal Trade Commission, an energy economist with the General Accounting Office’s Energy and Minerals Division, and the Project Director of a comprehensive study of the gasoline marketing industry at the Department of Energy’s Office of Competition.

Dr. Robert N. Fenili is not licensed to practice law.

Practices

Speaking Engagements
Publications
January 2013 | Articles
Business Economics, Vol. 48, No. 1
March 2012 | Articles
IRCF Reptiles & Amphibians Journal
January 12, 2011 | Articles
Atlantic Economic Journal