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Jeffrey Armstrong

Jeffrey Armstrong

Managing Director
Jeffrey Armstrong is an economist in the Econ One DC office with twenty years of experience in litigation consulting in antitrust matters. Most ...
Ilhan Geckil EconOne Managing Director

Ilhan Geckil

Ilhan Geckil

Managing Director
Ilhan Geckil is a Managing Director at Econ One Research, Inc.  He has over 20 years of experience in the areas of corporate finance, valuation, ...
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Krista Holt

Krista Holt

Managing Director
Krista Holt is a Managing Director at Econ One Research, Inc.  She testifies at trial in patent, trademark, trade secret, copyright, false ...

Hal Singer

Hal Singer

Managing Director
Hal Singer Hal Singer is an expert in antitrust, consumer protection, and regulation. He has researched, published, and testified on ...

Jean-Marie van der Elst

Jean-Marie van der Elst

Managing Director
Jean-Marie van der Elst is a Managing Director at EconOne Research Inc., leads an International Arbitration practice, and is an international ...
Marc Martos-Vila EconOne Senior Economist

Marc Martos-Vila

Marc Martos-Vila

Senior Economist
Marc Martos-Vila is a Senior Economist with Econ One Research. Dr. Martos-Vila is an expert in financial markets, corporate finance (including ...

David Blackwell

David Blackwell

Consultant to the Firm
David Blackwell is an Outside Consultant with Econ One and is a Professor in the Department of Finance and Quantitative Analysis at the ...
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Robert Litan

Robert Litan

Consultant to the Firm
Robert Litan has had nearly four decades of experience, as an economist and attorney, in the worlds of the law, economic research and policy, ...

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Insider Trading

Insider trading refers to the buying or selling of a public company’s stock or other securities by someone who has material, non-public information about the company. Insider trading is illegal because it is unfair, can undermine investor confidence, and reduces the integrity of the market. Furthermore, insider trading can harm market participants, resulting in economic damages. In an insider trading case, it is crucial to engage an expert economist who can analyze trading patterns and assess the harm that the insider trading had on the market. Econ One’s expert economists can evaluate allegations of insider trading and provide clear, convincing expert reports and expert testimony.

Econ One economists and consultants are skilled in examining extensive and intricate datasets to detect trading behaviors like “spoofing” or “layering” across various financial markets, both on-exchange and over-the-counter, involving diverse market participants, including high-frequency traders. Utilizing cutting-edge econometric models and data analysis techniques, our experts examine pricing patterns, market participants, and other important information to accurately assess the impact of insider trading. Our deep understanding of trading strategies, paired with our proficiency in handling large datasets, empowers us to produce clear, convincing expert reports and testimony, making Econ One a trusted partner in navigating the complexities of insider trading allegations.