WASHINGTON D.C., December 11, 2014 - The American Antitrust Institute (AAI) today announced the promotions of two key staff members as part of its transition when Bert Foer steps down from the presidency at the end of this month.
Richard Brunell, the current AAI General Counsel, will add the title and duties of Vice President to succeed Diana Moss when she steps into the role of President.
Senior Counsel and Director of Special Projects Randy M. Stutz will become Associate General Counsel for the AAI.
"I have worked with both Rick and Randy for many years and recognize their valuable contributions to the AAI," said incoming President Diana Moss. "These talented staff members have helped us promote a unique and successful advocacy agenda and will be essential to a smooth transition into the next generation of the AAI," she added.
Brunell returned to the AAI last year after a stint as Senior Advisor for Competition Matters at the Federal Trade Commission. He previously practiced in the litigation department at Foley Hoag LLP in Boston, the Massachusetts Attorney General¹s Office, and at the Antitrust Division of the Justice Department. Stutz joined the AAI from the Antitrust Department of a leading international law firm, where he consulted on merger and cartel investigations and multi-district class actions. He will continue to oversee the AAI's Curriculum Development and Judicial Education projects and author amicus briefs.
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