The Washington, DC, office is home to a wide range of practices, and an important location for the firm’s U.S. and international clients and experts.
Washington—Cornerstone Research, a leading provider of economic and financial consulting and expert testimony, today announced that it has moved its Washington, DC, office to a larger location in the north tower of the new Alexander Court building at 2001 K Street NW.
This move to larger quarters is consistent with our firm’s overall growth across our eight offices.
“This move to larger quarters is consistent with our firm’s overall growth across our eight offices,” noted president and CEO Michael E. Burton, “Since we launched the DC office almost 20 years ago, it has attracted superb talent and leading experts from government and academia, and has expanded the firm’s presence in the market.”
The Washington, DC, office is home to a wide range of practices, including antitrust and competition, government investigations, energy and commodities, financial institutions, international arbitration, securities, and valuation. Our affiliated experts in the region have testified before the Department of Justice, the Federal Trade Commission, the Federal Energy Regulatory Commission, and the Securities and Exchange Commission.
“Washington is an important location for our U.S. and international clients and experts,” adds Jennifer McCabe, vice president and head of the office. “Our new space is well-suited to collaboration among our team and provides the infrastructure to support clients and experts on a range of complex litigation and regulatory matters.”