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Ben F. Tunnell III
Chairman
605 West Olympic Blvd.,Suite 820
Los Angeles CA 90015
USA
phone: 866-256-9300
fax: 213-532-3807
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BTI Appraisal is a broad-based appraisal company which provides a consistently high level of Real Estate Appraisals, Business Valuations, and Machinery and Equipment Appraisals for Business, Professional, Public and Private Sectors.

When you choose BTI Appraisal, you benefit from a strong tradition of experience and accuracy. A corporate philosophy stressing efficiency and attentive service has made us a leader among independent appraisers. We are proud of our reputation for stability, responsiveness, and accomplishment in and out of the courtroom.

At BTI, our seasoned staff of success oriented professionals treats each assignment with precise attention to detail, providing needed research and responsive service on a wide range of appraisal needs.

Expert Profile: BTI’s Founder and Chairman, Ben F. Tunnell III, has headed the firm since 1974. Previously, he spent eight years with First Interstate Bank of California as vice president at their corporate headquarters in Los Angeles. He served on the board of arbitrators for both the American Arbitration Association and the Better Business Bureau. He has also been a Registered Investment Advisor and Broker/Dealer with the Securities and Exchange Commission and a licensed, California Real Estate Broker.

Mr. Tunnell is an ASA, the senior designation of the American Society of Appraisers, and a California Certified General Real Estate Appraiser #AG-6964. He has qualified and testified in Federal and Superior Courts, as well as in arbitration proceedings as an expert witness in business valuations, real estate, and machinery and equipment appraisals.
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Burl Daniel
President
3880 Hulen, Suite 410
Fort Worth TX 76107
USA
phone: 817-980-4897
fax: 817-887-5231
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Burl Daniel, CPCU, CIC, CRM entered the Insurance Industry in 1973 and was an Insurance Agency Principal for twenty three years. He is retained as a Property and Casualty Insurance Expert Witness by attorneys representing policyholder insureds, carriers and third parties. Wide expertise in a majority of Property and Casualty insurance lines was developed over 40+ years. In the legal community he is well-known as responsive to attorney inquiries, depth of insurance experience and attention to detail. Credibility results from methodical analysis, independent research, concise reports and clear-cut answers to deposition and trial questions.

Mr. Daniel maintains the professional designations CPCU (Chartered Property Casualty Underwriter), CIC (Certified Insurance Counselor), and CRM (Certified Risk Manager) and holds a BBA-Insurance from the University of Texas. His teaching credentials include serving as Adjunct Professor of Insurance with two Texas universities; he holds Property-Casualty and Risk Manager licenses.

Areas of Expertise:
  • Insurance Agent Error & Omission
  • Insurance Bad Faith
  • Claims Handling Practices
  • Surplus Lines Insurance
  • Commercial Auto Insurance
  • Commercial General Liability
  • Products Liability Insurance
  • Commercial Umbrella Insurance
  • Professional Liability Insurance
  • Directors and Officers Liability
  • Employment Practices Liability
  • Workers Compensation
  • Property Insurance Expert
  • Business Interruption Insurance
  • Boiler & Machinery-Equipment Breakdown
  • Flood Insurance
  • Ocean Marine Insurance
  • Inland Marine Insurance
  • Crime Insurance / Fidelity Bonds
  • Personal Auto
  • Homeowners Insurance
  • Watercraft / Boats
  • Personal Umbrella
  • Mr. Daniel has four decades insurance experience with a diverse set of industries:
    • Contractors - General & Artisan
    • OCIP-CCIP
    • Real Estate
    • Manufacturing
    • Wholesale / Warehousing
    • Retailers
    • Import / Export
    • Oil jobbers
    • Transportation / Truckers
  • Utilities
  • Professional Services
  • Science and Tech Services
  • Computer & Information Technology
  • Non -profit organizations
  • Insurance Companies
  • Banks
  • Agriculture
  • Wildlife Parks
  • 1/23/2012 · Insurance
    Insurance attorneys are busy people! No two cases are the same! Attorneys face weekly court filings, deposition schedules, and courthouse deadlines. Not to mention phone calls and counseling clients on a daily basis.

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    Jane Marie Downey, M.Ed, ARM
    President
    240 Dechert Dr.
    King of Prussia PA, NJ, NY, DE, MD, CA 19405
    USA
    phone: 610-825-3705 (Office) or 610-275-9430 (Cell)
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    Jane Marie Downey, M.Ed, ARM, has 30 years of experience in Risk Management and Property, Casualty, and Professional Liability Insurance. A well-known risk management consultant, leadership trainer, and frequent public speaker, she provides risk consulting, insurance broker management, outsourced risk management, as well as leadership and team training.

    Background - Ms. Downey’s corporate experience includes risk management positions with IU International, PaineWebber Group, Inc., and The West Company. She also worked as an Account Executive in insurance brokerage with the Hobbs Group. She taught Risk Management at Temple University's Fox School and Crisis Management at Penn State's Graduate Program. She currently teaches Continuing Educations courses for agents and attorneys for the Insurance Society of Philadelphia.

    Litigation Support - Ms. Downey has provided expert opinions on policy language, coverage disputes, brokerage standard of care and other related issues. She has successfully provided litigation support, testimony, and expert opinions in 30 legal actions. Ms. Downey Jane has represented both insureds and insurers and clients and brokers.

    Areas of Expertise:
    • Property Insurance
    • Trucking Insurance
    • Insurance Carrier Bad Faith
    • Broker / Agent Liability
  • Financial Institutions Coverage
  • Directors and Officers Liability Insurance
  • Pollution Coverage
  • Workers Compensation / Employers Liability Insurance
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    Eugene L. (Gene) Evans
    Principal
    9854 National Blvd., Suite 225
    Los Angeles CA 90034
    USA
    phone: 310-559-4005
    fax: 310-559-4236
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    Eugene L. (Gene) Evans, has over 50 years of experience working in the Insurance Industry. He is a Licensed Private Investigator and Insurance Adjuster in California and a Licensed Insurance Adjuster in South Carolina.

    Background - Prior to opening his own office, Mr. Evans was manager of Graham Miller and Co., Lloyd's Adjusters, offices in Los Angeles and San Francisco. Prior to that he was the Chief Special Investigator for Carte Blanche Credit Cards and supervised criminal and civil fraud investigations nationwide.

    Litigation Support - Mr. Evans has been qualified as an Expert Witness since 1976. He provides services to counsel for both Plaintiff and Defense. Mr. Evans has given his deposition many times in the last few years and has appeared in state and/or Federal court over 25 times as a testifying expert. He is presently involved in several pending cases.

    Areas of Expertise:
    • Good Faith / Bad Faith Claims
    • Construction Claims
    • Property Claims Valuations
    • Loss of Income Claims
    • Commercial Claims
    • Fire Claims
    • General Liability Claims
    • Water Damage
  • Mold Claims
  • Security Claims
  • Construction Defects
  • Uninsured / Under Insured Auto
  • Medical & Professional E&O Claims
  • Transportation / Cargo Claims
  • Valuation of Personal Property
  • Suspected Fraudulent Insurance Claims
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    Scott D. Hampton, CPA, ABV, CFF
    Principal
    500 North Market Place Dr., Suite 200
    Centerville Utah 84014
    USA
    phone: 877-328-9888
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    Hampton IP & Economic Consultants, an investigative accounting firm, is a leader in the field of economic valuation, financial impact analyses, and litigation services. Our professionals are highly experienced in all phases of economic valuation and commercial litigation.

    Forensic & Investigative Services
  • Economic Remedy Calculations
  • Mediation Assistance
  • Expert Testimony
  • Fraud Investigations

  • We have the expertise to establish the impact of
  • Breach of Contract Disputes
  • Copyright Infringement
  • Fraudulent Behavior
  • Patent Infringement
  • Preliminary Injunctions
  • Royalty Disputes
  • Trade Dress Infringement
  • Trade Secret Misappropriation
  • Trademark Infringement

  • Scott D. Hampton is a CPA, ABV, CFF, and the founder of the Firm. He has over 27 years of forensic accounting experience valuing economic damages due to patent, trademark, and copyright infringement, and misappropriation of trade secrets.

    Selected Intellectual Property Cases
  • Prism Technologies v. Sprint Spectrum
  • GeoTag, Inc. v. Fifth Third Bank
  • Myriad Genetics v. Ambry Genetics Corp.
  • Nordstrom v. Beyond the Rack
  • Synchrome Technology v. LG Electronics
  • Creative Integrated Systems v. Nintendo of America
  • Oracle v. Rimini Street
  • Hamilton Beach v. Sunbeam Products
  • Medicis Pharmaceutical Corp. v. Acella Pharmaceuticals
  • U.S. Textile Printing v. Crew Knitwear
  • Carroll Shelby v. Factory Five Racing
  • Phillips Electronics v. BC Technical
  • Montana Camo v. Cabela's
  • New Jore Corp. v. The Home Depot
  • Ecast v. TouchTunes Music Corp.
  • Bell Helicopter v. H-S Tool & Parts, Inc.
  • Whatley v. Nike, Inc.
  • Steiner v. ABC Television, Inc.
  • Marilyn Manson v. Empire Musicwerks, et al.
  • Brian Murray v. Tony Hawk Skate Boards
  • OneSport U.S.A. v. OneSport Europe
  • Boca Research v. Midisoft
  • Tekmax v. Excide Battery
  • Coval v. Alpha Therapeutic
  • Milbar v. Medicis Pharmaceuticals
  • K2 v. Rollerblade
  • Laser Eye of San Francisco v. Laser Eye of Los Angeles
  • Bravo v. Kroger, Fred Myer
  • Financial Freedom Int’l v. International Credit Repair
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    Guy C. Hatfield, CPCU, CIC
    1735 Post Rd
    Unit 5
    Fairfield CT 06824
    USA
    phone: 203-256-5660
    fax: (203) 256-5666
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    Guy-Hatfield-Insurance-Management-Expert-Photo.jpg Expert PhotoGuy C. Hatfield, CPCU, CIC, Guy Hatfield has been a Principal at his Firm since 1977. Prior to his insurance career he was a senior loan officer at Citicorp in New York City where he coordinated syndicated commercial loans with correspondent banks in the Continental United States, Canada, and Hawaii. Mr. Hatfield serves on the Technical Committee of the Ct. Insurance Agents Association and as District Insurance liaison for Rotary International. He is a graduate of Bucknell University (B.S.), Boston University (MBA) and the American Institute of Insurance (CPCU).

    Litigation Support - President of the Hatfield Group, a consulting firm specializing in Property and Casualty issues and expert witness case assignments, Mr. Hatfield has actively worked as an expert witness for attorneys representing both plaintiff and defendant. He is well-prepared to opine on the duties and conduct of insurance agents and brokers as well as the operations of insurance companies. His analysis and testimony is concise and persuasive.

    Areas of Expertise:
    • Claims Handling
    • Insurance
    • Insurance Coverage
    • Insurance Errors & Omissions
    • Insurance Practices & Standards
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    ALL States
    USA
    phone: 215-736-2980
    fax: 215-736-2986
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    Insurance Expert Network, LLC (IEN) is a network which provides access to over 500 highly qualified, reliable Insurance Experts with Litigation Management, Insurance Industry, Mediation, Arbitration and Expert Witness experience. Staffed by Insurance Industry Professionals, they easily discern requisite skills necessary to properly and fully support the Client. IEN is the only referral service providing insurance experts exclusively.

    IEN provides experts for both plaintiffs and defendants

    The experts in IEN are dedicated to their critical role in litigation, whether it be educating counsel on nuances of insurance, assisting attorneys in determining the merit of a case, testing potential evidence or testifying in a deposition or trial.

    IEN provides in-depth knowledge of the Insurance Industry and maintains a listing of over 120 Specialized Insurance Areas. The following is a sample of these areas:
    • Actuary
    • Automobile Insurance
    • Bad Faith
    • Binders
    • Business Interruption
    • Captives
    • Construction Defects
    • Credit Insurance
    • Directors & Officers
    • Excess & Surplus Lines
    • Fidelity
    • Fraud
    • General Liability
    • Insurance Accounting
    • Insurance Business Processes
    • Life & Health Insurance
    • Marine Insurance
    • Misrepresentation
    • Producer Errors & Omissions
    • Producer Standards & Practices
    • Production Development
    • Professional Liability
    • Property Insurance
    • Regulatory Compliance
    • Reinsurance
    • Surety
    • Workers Compensation
    View the Complete List of Specialized Insurance Areas

    The IEN Advantage:
    1. There is no charge for referrals.
    2. Generally, a nationwide search and subsequent referral can be completed within 48 hours.
    3. To assist the attorney with the selection process, IEN provides a case-specific statement of qualification from each potential expert.
    4. IEN personnel are highly experienced and knowledgeable about insurance.
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    Janice A. Ramsay, JD
    Property Insurance Expert
    5 Saros
    Irvine CA 92603
    USA
    phone: 949-854-9375 or 949-400-5040 (cell)
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    Janice A. Ramsay founded the law firm of Ramsay and Johnson, ALC in 1984. She merged her practice and that firm with Berger Kahn LLC in 1999. Since the late fall of 2007, she has primarily worked independently as an expert witness and consultant to other attorneys.

    During her career, Ms. Ramsay has given advice on coverage questions, underwriting procedures, rescission rights, claims handling, and insurers legal and policy obligations. She is experienced with both commercial and personal lines policies. Ms. Ramsay is familiar with the business of insurance and the legal framework of that business and has performed the procedures that are unique to the claims process such as examinations under oath, and appraisals. She has drafted or revised insurance policies for several insurance companies and has handled coverage litigation.

    Litigation Support - Ms. Ramsay has been retained in over 150 matters as an expert work during her law practice beginning as early as 1989. She has testified frequently in both deposition and trial on the standards and practices of the insurance industry. She has testified for insurers, insureds,brokers, and agents.

    Types of Losses:
    • Fire Losses
    • Organized Insurance Fraud
    • Landslides
    • Earthquakes
    • Water Damage / Mold
    • Defective Construction
  • Latent Defects
  • Riots
  • Acts of Civil Authority
  • Business Interruption
  • Suit Limitation Issues
  • Mortgagee Rights
  • Speaking Engagements - Ms. Ramsay has frequently been a speaker and/or panelist for the Orange County Bar Association, PLRB Annual Conference, the Combined Claims Conference, and many more. She has also given in-house seminars for several insurers.
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    Richard J. Long, P.E.
    Founder & Chief Executive Officer
    Corporate Headquarters:
    10029 Whistling Elk Drive
    Littleton, CO 80127
    CO, FL, GA, TX, KS, NC, DC
    USA
    phone: 303-972-2443
    fax: 303-972-6980
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    Florida Office:
    Andrew Avalon, PE, PSP
    President
    8633 Willow Kane Court
    Orlando, FL 32835
    T: (407) 445-0825
    F: (407) 445-0821

    Long International provides expert claims analysis, dispute resolution, and project management services to the Process Plant Engineering and Construction industry worldwide. Our primary focus is on petroleum refining, petrochemical, chemical, oil and gas production, mining/mineral processing, power, cogeneration, and other process plant and industrial projects. We also have extensive experience in hospital, commercial and industrial building, pipeline, wastewater, highway and transit, heavy civil, microchip manufacturing, and airport projects.

    Richard Long Richard J. Long, PE, Founder and Chief Executive Officer of Long International has over 40 years of U.S. and international consulting experience involving construction contract disputes analysis and resolution, arbitration/litigation support and expert testimony, project management, engineering / construction management, cost and schedule control, and process engineering. As an internationally recognized expert in the analysis and resolution of complex construction disputes for over 25 years, Mr. Long has served as the lead expert on over 300 projects having claims ranging in size from US$100,000 to over US$1 billion.



    Andrew AvalonAndrew Avalon, PE, PSP is President of Long International and has over 28 years of engineering, construction management and claims consulting experience. He is an expert in the preparation and evaluation of construction claims, business interruption claims, schedule delay analysis, arbitration/litigation support and dispute resolution. He has prepared more than thirty CPM schedule analyses, written expert witness reports, and supported attorneys in depositions, cross-examinations, mediations and settlement negotiations. Mr. Avalon has analyzed construction schedules for owners and contractors to determine the causes of construction delays and to equitably allocate responsibility for delay-related costs.



    W. Tom ThweattW. Tom Thweatt is a Principal with Long International and has over 40 years of engineering, construction, and management consulting experience. He has extensive experience in major U.S. and international refining, chemical, petrochemical, pipeline, infrastructure and thermal / hydroelectric power generation projects ranging from US$40 million to US$1.8 billion. He has worked extensively in projects that were executed by multi-national joint ventures on both the owner's and the contractor's sides. Mr. Thweatt has served on Joint Venture and Consortium Executive Committees and has participated directly in claims negotiations and settlement agreements in excess of US$100 million.

    9/27/2013 · Construction
    The "discrete damages/cost variance analysis method" for quantifying construction claim damages involves the specific distribution of all costs incurred on the project rather than quantifying only certain parts of the cost or damage analysis as may be used in the other methods.

    9/4/2013 · Construction
    ABSTRACT - This paper provides guidelines to commercial construction cost engineers for the development of a plan for obtaining and utilizing subcontractor cost information for use in bidding, procurement, scheduling, change order management, and claim management. The paper is based upon personal field experience gained in cost engineering, scheduling, bidding, planning, contracting, and claim analyses.

    8/13/2013 · Construction
    A component of a construction claim often relates to the cost, quantity, and quality of the materials that the contractor installed on a project. The contractor frequently purchases these materials and agrees to install the quantities of materials on a unit price basis, i.e., a unit price that includes both the cost of the materials and the cost to install them.

    12/17/2012 · Construction
    Most construction contracts, whether they are standard or customized forms, usually contain specific provisions related expressly to the process of giving "notice." The notice generally refers to an obligation on the part of the Contractor to notify the relevant party administering the contract, normally the architect, resident engineer, or owner's representative, of a claim or change event that gives rise to possible additional entitlement for time and/or cost.

    4/13/2012 · Construction
    The equitable allocation of responsibility for project delays is essential to the resolution of many construction disputes. Contractors frequently assert that they have been delayed for reasons beyond their control. Owners often remain unconvinced that the Contractor is legitimately entitled to a time extension or delay, acceleration and loss of productivity damages.

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    Olie R. JolstadSCLA, FACFEI

    USA
    phone: 214-632-2788
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    Olie R. Jolstad, SCLA, FACFEI, has worked in the Insurance Industry for more than 37 years. Over the span of his career, Mr. Jolstad has worked with various types of civil litigation involving coverage disputes, claims handling practices, bad faith, unfair and deceptive practices, duties and standards of care regarding the procurement of insurance. In addition, he has worked on forensic insurance policy reconstruction projects on behalf of policyholders.

    Litigation Support - Mr. Jolstad has been providing litigation support services for approximately 20 years. He has been retained as an expert witness in approximately 200 cases and has been qualified to testify in various state and federal courts. He offers services to attorneys representing both Plaintiff and Defense.

    Mr. Jolstad has been retained as an expert and consultant where insurance coverage at issue involving:
    • General Liability Insurance
    • Commercial Property Insurance
    • Commercial Property Time Element and Extra Expense Coverage
    • Builders Risk / Construction
    • Construction Wrap-Up
    • Directors & Officers / Employment Practices Liability
    • Umbrella and Excess Liability and Duty Triggering Events
    • Aviation
    • Workers' Compensation
    With specific attention focused on:
    • Insurance Industry Customs, Practices, and Standards
    • Good Faith / Bad Faith Claims Handling Practices
    • Insurance Agent and Broker Standard of Care and Duty to Procure Insurance
    • Excess and Umbrella Duties / Exhaustion
    • Excess and Surplus Lines Coverage and Claims Handling
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    Joe L. Williams, CPCU
    Partner
    4550 Post Oak Place Drive
    Suite 227
    Houston TX 77027
    USA
    phone: 713-275-4003
    fax: 713-275-4004
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    Joe L. Williams, CPCU, partner in PozmantierWilliams Insurance Consultants, LLC, has over 49 years of experience as an Insurance Agent / Broker and Insurance Consultant. From 1970 until 2007, he was a principal shareholder in a large Houston firm, Wisenberg Insurance + Risk Management, and was Chairman and CEO when the firm was sold to a subsidiary of Wells Fargo Bank.

    One of the youngest people ever to receive the CPCU professional designation at the age of 23, Mr. Williams is very familiar with all phases of the insurance industry, including consulting on bad faith, customs and practices, and standards of care. He has particular expertise in property coverage, business interruption, non-subscription, and risk transfer techniques.

    Litigation Support - Mr. Williams provides expert services to counsel representing both Plaintiff and Defense. He offers objective opinions on the following matters:
    • Agent / Broker Bad Faith
    • Insurance Industry Customs & Practices
    • Agent / Broker Standards of Care
    • Coverage Terms and Conditions
    • Agent / Broker Services
    • Insurance Program Design
    • Agency / Company Disputes
    • Claims Management by Agent
    • Insurance Agency Management
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    David L. Stegall, CPCU, ARM, ARe, RPA
    Principal Consultant
    #6 Office Park Circle, Suite 100
    Birmingham AL 35223
    USA
    phone: 855-255-5353
    David L. Stegall, CPCU, ARM, ARe, RPA, has been in the property and casualty insurance industry for 35 years. He has been a local agent, a regional, national and international broker, a wholesale broker, an underwriter and a reinsurer. In 2007 he began serving as an insurance and risk management consultant to commerce, industry and government and as an expert witness in litigation.

    He holds a BA in Communications from Auburn University. His professional designations include: Chartered Property & Casualty Underwriter (CPCU) since 1988, an Associate in Risk Management (ARM) since 1991, an Associate in Reinsurance (Are) since 1999 and a Registered Professional Adjuster (RPA) since 2008. He is a Member of the Board of Directors of the Society of Risk Management Consultants, a member of Society of Chartered Property & Casualty Underwriters and the Registered Professional Adjusters Association.

    David is also a faculty member of 86 Pillars LLC, a Gerson Lehrman Group Consultant, a Thomson Reuters Westlaw Round Table Group Expert, a Guidepoint Global Advisor and a Defense Research Institute Expert Witness.
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    Barbara Luna, PhD, CPA
    Senior Partner
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    CA USA
    phone: 818-981-4226
    fax: 818-981-4278
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    Expert witness testimony for complex litigation involving damage analyses of lost profits, reasonable royalties, lost earnings, and lost value of business, forensic accounting, fraud investigation, investigative analysis of liability, marital dissolution, and tax planning and preparation. Excellent communicators with extensive testimony experience. Prior Big Four accountants. Specialties include: accounting, antitrust, breach of contract, business interruption, business dissolution, construction defects, delays and cost overruns, fraud investigation, asset tracing, intellectual property including patent, trademark and copyright infringement and trade secrets, malpractice, marital dissolution, personal injury and employment litigation, product liability, real estate, securities, spousal support, taxation, unfair advertising, unfair competition, valuation of businesses, and wrongful termination.

    Experts:
      Business Litigation and Valuation
      Barbara Luna, PhD, CPA, CFE, ASA,
          CVA, ABV, CGREA, CCRA, CREA
      Dean Atkinson, CPA, CFE, ABV, CAC, CFF
      John Luna, JD/MBA, CPA, ABV, CFF
      David Turner, CPA, ABV, CFF
      Drew Hunt, MBA, CPA, ASA
      Personal Injury / Employment Litigation
      Barbara Luna, PhD, CPA, CFE, ASA,
          CVA, ABV, CGREA, CCRA, CREA
      Venita McMorris, MA
    Dr. Barbara Luna is the partner in charge of the commercial litigation department of White Zuckerman. She has been providing Forensic Accounting, Economic Damages, Valuation, and Expert Witness Services for the past 30 years and has testified in court over 450 times. She has a PhD in Applied Mathematics from Harvard University with application to Physics and Finance and a BA in Physics from Wellesley College. Barbara is a Certified Public Accountant, a Certified Fraud Examiner, an Accredited Senior Appraiser in Business Valuation, a Certified Valuation Analyst, Accredited in Business Valuation, a Certified General Real Estate Appraiser, and a Certified Financial Forensic. She previously was a partner with Coopers & Lybrand and has taught working capital management, business finance, forensic accounting and intermediate accounting at UCLA Graduate School of Management, California State University at Northridge and Pepperdine University.

    Dean Atkinson is a partner in the commercial litigation practice of White Zuckerman. He has testified as an expert witness in Commercial Litigation and Family Law Matters and has been involved in Resolution and Settlement Negotiations since 1987. He holds credentials from the AICPA as a Certified Public Accountant, Accredited in Business Valuation and Certified Financial Forensics and from the Association of Certified Fraud Examiners. Dean is experienced and has qualified as an expert in business valuation, business litigation and family law matters.

    John Luna is a partner in the commercial litigation practice of White Zuckerman. He analyzes Financial, Accounting, Economic Damages, Business, Real Estate and Valuation issues and testifies as an expert witness on his findings. He has been an investment banker with Macquarie Capital, GCA Savian and Lazard. John has a JD from UCLA School of Law (Order of the Coif), an MBA from UCLA Anderson School of Management (Edward W. Carter Fellow), and an AB in Engineering Sciences from Harvard University. He is a Certified Public Accountant, Accredited in Business Valuation, a Certified Financial Forensic and a member of the California Bar.

    Venita McMorris is a partner and an Economist in the Personal Injury and Employment practice of White Zuckerman. She has been providing economic damages and expert witness services for over 20 years and has testified extensively in court. She has a Master of Arts degree in Economics from California State University, Fullerton and a Bachelor of Arts degree from San Diego State University. She previously was a manager with Coopers & Lybrand and an economist with a medical malpractice trust in Southern California. Venita has taught macroeconomics and microeconomics to college students at Pasadena City College as a full-time tenured instructor and at Glendale Community College as a part-time instructor.

      Los Angeles
      15490 Ventura Boulevard, Suite 300
      Sherman Oaks, CA 91403
      Phone: (866) 981-4266 or (818) 981-4226
      Fax: (818) 981-4278
      Email: expert@wzwlh.com
      Website: www.wzwlh.com