The Perryman Group team includes approximately 20 full-time professionals. The credentials and experience of the team include
- advanced degrees in economics, business, mathematics, and other related subject areas;
- decades of work in economic and financial analysis; and
- experience in other business settings including management positions with Fortune 500 companies.
TPG has strong relationships with a number of other individuals and can bring in highly qualified people in fields ranging from economics to sociology to assist with various aspects of project work if needed.
Managing Director of Litigation and Dispute Analysis
Mr. Cox is the Managing Director of Litigation and Dispute Analysis and business valuation for The Perryman Group. He has 25 years of consulting experience involving economic damages and other economic and valuation issues. Mr. Cox has provided analysis on a broad range of commercial damage matters including intellectual property, patent infringement, antitrust, breach of contract, misappropriation of trade secrets, and other commercial litigation. As an Accredited Senior Appraiser (ASA) of the American Society of Appraisers in business valuation, Mr. Cox values businesses, business segments, intellectual property, and other business assets. He is also a Registered Professional Engineer (Inactive) with significant background and experience in the construction industry.
Managing Director of Public Policy, Economic Development, and Impact Analysis
Ms. Johnston is the Managing Director of Public Policy, Economic Development, and Impact Analysis for The Perryman Group. Ms. Johnston oversees projects including socioeconomic impact analyses and economic assessments of various kinds; she has also managed significant litigation matters for The Perryman Group and plays a key role in forecasts and publications. Through 25 years with the firm, Ms. Johnston has developed a depth and breadth of knowledge and experience which can be brought to bear in the most complex matters. She has conducted and directed research on topics ranging from the impact of legislative initiatives to the likely effects of major real estate developments to the convergence of technology industries. She has published peer-reviewed academic research in conjunction with Dr. Perryman. A key facet of Ms. Johnston’s role involves distilling voluminous research and data into easily understood reports suitable for a wide variety of audiences.