- Harvard Law School
Gene consults on antitrust laws concerning exclusionary behavior, mergers and acquisitions and other horizontal activity, trade association conduct, price discrimination, creation and termination of distributorship and other vertical agreements and predatory pricing.
Gene is a former trial lawyer with the Special Trial Section of the Antitrust Division of the Justice Department and was employed by the Federal Trade Commission, where he focused on the competitive aspects of horizontal and vertical combinations in the health care industry. He also taught economics for several years at Baruch College of the City University of New York.
- Columbia University, M. Phil. in Economics
- Harvard Law School, LL.B.
- Harvard University, A.B.