Certified Public Accountant (CPA)

A certified public accountant or CPA is a professional who has satisfied the state’s legal requirements for education in accounting and been certified by a state examing board.

Case Study

Corporate Valuations Expert Involving Intellectual Property

A corporate valuations expert with experience evaluating commercial success was needed for a patent case.

Case Study

Concert Industry Expert in Damages Calculations

A concert industry expert in damages calculations was needed for a breach of contract suit involving a concert performer.

Case Study

Ponzi Scheme Expert in Forensic Accounting

A Ponzi scheme expert in forensic accounting was needed for a lawsuit filed by a bankruptcy trustee against an investor and major bank.

Case Study

Bond Underwriting Expert in Commercial Surety Bonds

A bond underwriting expert was needed for an arbitration between an insurance company and a reinsurance company.

Case Study

Financial Auditing Expert in Related-Party Transactions

A financial auditing expert with experience in a Big 5 accounting firm was needed for a federal case of mail and wire fraud.

Case Study

Fraud Examination and Forensic Accounting Experts

A fraud examination expert or forensic accountant was needed for a wrongful termination suit.

Case Study

Forensic Auditing Expert in Professional Liability

A forensic auditing expert was requested for a professional malpractice complaint alleging breach of contract and negligence.

Case Study

Auditing Expert in Hedge Fund NAV

An auditing expert with experience auditing hedge funds was requested for a case alleging negligence and breach of fiduciary duty.

Case Study

Distribution Industry Expert for Intangible Asset Valuation

A distribution industry expert with knowledge of wine and spirits distribution was needed for a case alleging theft of trade secrets and unfair competitive conduct.

Case Study

Accounting Expert in GAAP Standards

An accounting expert experienced in business valuation using Generally Accepted Accounting Principles, or GAAP, and other industry standards was needed for a breach of fiduciary duty case.