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Robert Archuleta
CEO
P.O. Box 1409
Woodbridge CA 95258
USA
phone: 209-952-4081
fax: 209-952-4081
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Archuleta & Associates Investigative Services, a Division of Archuleta & Associates, Inc., has been providing investigative services within various industries since 1982. They are the overwhelming leaders within the CA Central Valley.

The clientele of Archuleta & Associates, Inc. consists of every level of business, from both the private and public sector. Due to the wide range of services provided and their 25 years within the industry, they have worked with an extremely diverse and vast clientele base, from the largest of litigation firms to the smallest of personal clients.

Robert A. Archuleta launched his career as a Private Investigator in 1983, after five years as an officer, investigator and sergeant for the Lodi Police Department, followed by stints as an engineering contractor and a deputy U.S. Marshal. Among his other clientele, Mr. Archuleta has been as an Expert Witness for the Department of Consumer Affairs for the State of California.

Services Include:
  • Accident Reconstruction
  • AOE / COE
  • Civil Litigation
  • Copyright Infringement
  • Criminal Defense
  • Criminal Prosecution
  • General Engineering
  • GPS Location / Tracking
  • Insurance Bad Faith
  • Insurance Defense
  • Seminar Training
  • Surveillance
  • Traffic Reconstruction
  • Video Evidence
  • Voice Stress Analyzation
  • Workers Compensation
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    Brian E. Dykstra, President & CEO
    Jason T. Briody, Director, Main Contact
    7310 Esquire Ct.
    Suite 5B
    Elkridge MD 21075
    USA
    phone: 410-540-9000
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    Atlantic Data Forensics (ADF) is repeatedly engaged as the Computer Forensic Examiner of choice by many of our nation's most prestigious organizations. Fortune 500 companies, the United States Department of Justice, highly influential research institutions, and many of the largest law firms in the United States have chosen the practitioners at ADF to handle their most critical digital investigations. ADF practitioners have traveled internationally and throughout the U.S. to collect, capture, and analyze crucial digital evidence, but most regularly serve clients in the Baltimore, Washington DC, Northern Virginia, Philadelphia, and New York areas.

    Litigation Support: ADF's experts are experienced with federal agency and law enforcement procedures. Their professionals have a blend of military intelligence backgrounds, top-secret security clearances, and have trained thousands of agents from the FBI, Secret Service, CIA, Department of State, Department of Energy, Department of Interior, US Postal Service, US Marshals, US Air Force, and US Navy in information warfare, network security, and cybercrime response.

    Areas of Expertise:
    • Cell Phone and Smartphone Forensics
    • Employee Computer Misconduct
    • Court-Appointed Discovery, Forensic Examinations
    • Data Deletion, Wiping, and Spoliation
    • Data Recovery
    • Database Forensics
    • Defensible Data Collection
    • Email Forensics & Email Recovery
    • Employee Misconduct Investigations
  • Social Media Investigations
  • Fraud & Financial Crimes
  • Internal Corporate Investigations
  • Internet History Reconstruction
  • Cell Phone Forensic Data Recovery
  • Pornography or Workplace Harassment
  • Remote Data Collection
  • Research Misconduct Allegations
  • Secure Data Destruction
  • Brian Dykstra Computer Security Cyber Crime Expert PhotoBrian E. Dykstra, President and CEO, has over 20 years of experience in Investigations, Computer Forensics, Incident Response, Network and Wireless Security Testing, and Information Security.

    Before founding ADF, Mr. Dykstra was the CIO & Director of Professional Education and a founding member of cybersecurity consulting firm Mandiant, where he was responsible for the development and management of numerous advanced computer security and cybercrime investigation courses. While at Mandiant, Mr. Dykstra annually trained over 400 FBI Cyber Crime agents as well as many state and local investigators through a series of highly acclaimed cybercrime investigation courses. As Mandiant’s Chief Information Officer (CIO), Mr. Dykstra was also responsible for all planning, budgeting, implementation and security of the corporate information infrastructure.

    Mr. Dykstra holds Bachelor of Science (Summa Cum Laude) in Information Technology and Master of Science in Information Technology from Capella University. He has also earned and maintains several certifications to include the Certified Cyber Forensics Professional (CCFP), Certified Information Systems Security Professional (CISSP), Information Systems Security Management Professional (CISSP-ISSMP), Information Systems Security Architecture Professional (CISSP-ISSAP), and Certified Information Forensics Investigator (CIFI).

    Jason Briody Digital Forensics Analysis Expert PhotoJason T. Briody, Director at ADF, is primarily responsible for overseeing Investigations, providing Digital Forensic Analysis, delivering written and oral expert testimony, planning and executing Electronic Discovery projects, and consulting with clients on the technical details and practical implications of the digital evidence at issue in their matter.

    Having worked on matters involving homicide; intellectual property theft; patent interference; employment disputes; the Securities and Exchange Commission; industrial espionage; research misconduct; hacker / data breach and reporting scenarios; insurance fraud; antitrust allegations; search and seizure orders executed in conjunction with the U.S. Marshals Service; and more, Mr. Briody has experience in performing defensible forensic collections and analysis on a wide range of media and systems.

    Mr. Briody has performed on-site collections, data culling, and forensic analysis for clients that range from businesses on the Fortune 50, to the nation’s leading universities, to local and national businesses and law firms. Acquired and analyzed media devices include laptops and desktops, optical media, file servers, RAIDs, mail servers, tapes, cell phones, smart phones, and tablets.

    Mr. Briody is a Certified Computer Examiner (CCE) recognized by the ISFCE, an AccessData Certified Examiner (ACE) recognized by AccessData Group, a Certified BlackLight Examiner (CBE) recognized by BlackBag Technologies, and both a Certified Information Security Systems Professional (CISSP) and Certified Cyber Forensics Professional (CCFP) recognized by ISC2.

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    Right now, there are millions upon millions of fake online profiles on every single social media site from Twitter to LinkedIn. They're as common as grains of sand and they're actually quite dangerous. So, how can you spot these fake profiles and what the is potential danger they can pose for your company? Find out more in this week's blog. Let's take a look.

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    J.F. Chip Morrow
    Nationwide coverage
    San Antonio ALL States 78261
    USA
    phone: 866-365-7212 (Toll Free)
    fax: Toll free 866-869-4062
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    Profile: 47+ yrs experience in financial, mortgage & business institutions including 17+ President, CEO & Director & 6+ director of a mortgage company. 15+ years of leadership/ directorships in national & state trade associations. Over 500 federal & state nationwide cases i for FDIC, FannieMae, financial institutions, mortgage companies, businesses, non-banks, individuals. Services provided: consulting, depositions, reports, affidavits & court testimonies.

    Expertise: Financial Institutions, Mortgage Institutions, Business, Real Estate. Residential mortgage loans,construction loans, commercial real estate loans, business loans, SBA; Operations; Fraud; Lender Liability; Policy & Procedures; Fiduciary Duties, D & O conduct, Other. Reports, depositions & court testimony in Federal, Bankruptcy & state courts.

  • 500+ nationwide cases working both for defendants and plaintiffs.

  • 20+ years of in-house, industry, and outside expert witness experience.

  • 75+ depositions taken and 35+ court appearances in both Federal and state courts.

  • Clients: FannieMae, FDIC, Freddie Mac, FHA, VA, Viacom, Wells Fargo Bank, State of CA, Bank of America, Amex, Citicorp Mortgage, Washington Mutual, Bank One, Long Beach Mortgage, EMC Mortgage, JPMorganChase Bank, PacifiCare, Beal Bank, Avnet, Fidelity Title & First American Title

  • Approximately 50% of cases are for financial institutions, 40% against financial institution and 10% are other.

  • Serving clients nationally— 40% plaintiffs and 60% defendants.

  • Resume, fee information and references provided on request.
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    Bob Lawson, Securities Expert & FINRA Arbitrator
    Securities Fraud Investigator
    3800 American Boulevard West
    Suite 1110
    Bloomington MN 55431-4460
    USA
    phone: 800-741-0704
    fax: 952-835-1504
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    Bob Lawson Wealth Manager Expert PhotoCertified Fraud Examiner LogoBob Lawson, AIF®, CFE®, RFC®, LUTCF is a Securities Expert Witness and Wealth Manager serving both claimants and respondents in FINRA arbitration, mediation and court settings. Bob Lawson has over 32 years of experience with securities, investments, insurance, and commodities as a financial adviser, supervisor, and managing principal. He has conducted over 500 presentations, classes, and workshops on financial matters for industry professionals, adult education, and retail investors. He is an articulate and persuasive presenter with a thorough understanding of FINRA and SEC Rules and Regulations. He proudly serves as an Accredited Investment Fiduciary, ERISA (3)-21 Investment Fiduciary, Certified Fraud Examiner and Qualified Neutral under Rule 114 of the Minnesota General Rules of Practice. - Arbitration & Mediation.

    Bob’s expertise lies in meticulously analyzing compliance manuals, correspondence, exchange rules, industry norms, and internal policies which are relevant to the particular case. He understands the ethical issues that frequently arise and will identify specific rules, laws, and regulations from Federal, State, and SRO’s where violations may have occurred.

    Bob is uniquely positioned to to assist investment adviser and broker-dealer clients, as well as State and Federal Regulators, with matters throughout the litigation life cycle from a pre-litigation complaint, mediation, through testifying at a hearing.

    Bob is focused on providing exceptional written reports, depositions, direct testimony, cross-examination, and litigation support. He has completed specialized expert witness and fraud training from prominent organizations and experts on relevant subject matter.

    Firms that retain him will receive unbiased advice supported by extensive and detailed research and not subjective hypothetical theories.

    Areas of Expertise:
    • FINRA & SEC Regulations
    • Breach of Fiduciary Duty
    • Promissory Notes
    • Securities Fraud Investigations
    • Ponzi Schemes
    • Options, Stocks & Bonds
    • Due Diligence
    • FINRA Arbitration
    • Professional Malpractice
    • Economic Damages & Losses
    • Employment Discrimination & Termination
    Services:
    • Litigation Consulting
    • Unbiased Case Analysis
    • Discovery Review & Recommendations
    • Portfolio Risk Reports
    • Securities Fraud Investigation
    • Damage Calculations
    • Expert Testimony
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    9/23/2015 · Finance
    I receive phone calls throughout the year from attorneys who have taken on their first FINRA case and they frequently are unaware how the FINRA Dispute Resolution process differs from other venues. I thought it would be helpful to provide a quick overview for new participants and a refresher for those more experienced securities attorneys on how the FINRA Arbitration and Mediation process works.

    8/26/2015 · Finance
    In FINRA-related cases many attorneys see discovery requests objected to by opposing counsel. Typically, opposing counsel objects to discovery requests citing that items requested are either "overly broad, vague, or ambiguous", or "impermissible per FINRA's Code of Arbitration Procedure". However, despite opposing counsel's reasoning, many objections to discovery requests are irrelevant and do not hold up in regard to FINRA's Code of Arbitration Procedure. Attorneys should not be intimidated or discouraged by these objections, but rather should understand that FINRA's guidelines concerning arbitration allow for most applicable and reasonably obtainable discovery information to be delivered.

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    Danny Dukes, MBA, CPA, CFE
    Managing Partner
    101 Avalon Ct.
    Canton GA 30115
    USA
    phone: 770-406-1820
    fax: 404-393-9019
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    Danny DukeDanny F. Dukes and Associates, LLC is a Forensic Accounting Firm that specializes in expert witness and litigation support services. We have investigated fraud and various financial transactions. We are extremely knowledgeable in all aspects of laws pertaining to financial transactions and lending transactions.

    Our founder, Danny F. Dukes, has spent over 28 years in the financial institutions and mortgage industry. Danny understands all aspects of mortgage and financial institution transactions.

    As a consultant, he has assisted community banks with investment management, asset liability management, investment banking, compliance issues, internal audit, bank operations, bank policies and general accepted accounting principles. He has assisted in a capital raise for de-novo banks. He has also served as a lead on the selection of data processing solutions and transition teams for mergers and acquisitions.

    Areas of Expertise:
  • Bank Fraud & Embezzlement
  • Bank Operations & Practices
  • Cash Management
  • Check Processing / Check 21
  • Check Kiting
  • Deposit Accounts
  • Electronic Transactions / ACH, ATMs
  • Embezzlement
  • Loan Administration
  • Money Laundering
  • Payment Processing & Fraud Detection/Prevention
  • Royalty Audits
  • Damage Computation
  • Claims Analysis
  • Determination of Compliance
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    Catherine Ghiglieri
    President
    2300 Cypress Point West
    Austin TX 78746
    USA
    phone: 512-329-5101
    fax: 512-329-5166
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    Catherine Ghiglieri, former Texas Banking Commissioner, has more than 25 years bank regulatory experience, including 18 years with the Comptroller of the Currency. Ms. Ghiglieri has provided banking expert witness testimony in Federal and State Courts throughout the country. Ms. Ghiglieri founded Ghiglieri & Company, a full service consulting firm, which provides strategic planning, management studies, director training, and assistance with bank regulatory agencies. Ms. Ghiglieri co-founded The Bank Directors' College which provided training for bank directors and is co-author of The Ultimate Guide for Bank Directors and The Ultimate Guide for Bank Directors, Revised Edition.

    Services:
    Ms. Ghiglieri provides expert witness testimony on the following subjects:
  • Bank regulatory practices of the FDIC, OCC, Federal Reserve, and state banking departments
  • Banking industry standards
  • Banking practices and procedures
  • Federal and state banking laws and regulations
  • Bank fraud and Ponzi schemes
  • Check fraud & check kiting
  • Deposit account procedures
  • Directors' and officers' fiduciary duties
  • Corporate governance
  • Fraud detection procedures
  • Bank internal controls


  • Qualifications:
    Ms. Ghiglieri is the former Texas Banking Commissioner and has over 25 years of bank regulatory experience, including 18 years with the Comptroller of the Currency. As Texas Banking Commissioner, Ms. Ghiglieri was responsible for the supervision of the third largest state banking system in the United States, and the regulation of trust companies, foreign bank agencies, prepaid funeral contract providers, sale of check licensees, and money transmission businesses. She served as statutory receiver for failed trust companies, prepaid funeral contract providers and perpetual care cemeteries. Ms. Ghiglieri directed the statutory modernization of all statutes under the Texas Banking Department, most notably, revision of Texas’ 50-year-old banking laws. She made numerous appearances before the U.S. Congress and the Texas Legislature providing testimony on subjects such as financial modernization, and bank and funeral regulation.

    Education:
    University of Notre Dame - BBA in Finance
    Georgia State University - JD

    Licenses:
    Member of the State Bar of Georgia and the District of Columbia Bar.
    10/10/2016 · Banking
    Strategic planning has always been an important function of the board of directors, but it takes on an even more critical role when under the regulatory microscope. The OCC announced that, for the remainder of 2016, it will continue to focus on strategic risk, as banks change their business models to adapt to innovative products and services.

    8/12/2016 · Forgery & Fraud
    Ten years ago, I wrote an article on how banks could minimize their litigation risks. Unfortunately, many of the same schemes are present today as they were ten years ago, such as check fraud, check kiting, elder abuse, bookkeeper fraud, and construction loan fraud. Today, cybersecurity and other high-tech risks are consuming bankers' attention in order to reduce their operational and reputational risks. While these issues are important, here are a few of the low-tech ways in which banks can minimize their litigation risk.

    10/20/2014 · Banking
    Many banks need to add new board members because some are reaching a mandatory retirement age or because others who agreed to stay through the financial crisis now want to rotate off the board. Banks need to keep in mind that they will be under close scrutiny by any prospective candidate who will be conducting due diligence on the bank at the same time the bank is conducting due diligence on the candidate. In order to ensure your bank can attract top candidates for board positions, consider the following before beginning the recruiting process:

    11/8/2013 · Banking
    Directors in community banks are usually picked for two reasons: their expertise and their ability to bring business into the bank. Upon taking their places at the board tables, however, directors immediately learn that while bringing business into their bank is a laudable goal, they also have to ensure that their bank operates in a safe and sound manner. Directors, thus, walk a fine line between these two goals.

    2/27/2013 · Banking
    Strategic risk is currently a focus of regulatory scrutiny and the board of directors should understand what it is and how to manage it. Strategic risk is the risk to a bank's earnings and capital from making poor business decisions, from not implementing business decisions properly, or from failing to respond to industry changes.

    1/22/2011 · Banking
    As more and more banks are being downgraded to a problem bank status in this difficult economic environment, they are facing the prospect of a regulatory enforcement action.

    10/15/2009 · Banking
    Corporate governance refers to the manner in which a company is directed by its board of directors. With the collapse of such companies as Enron, WorldCom, and others, there has been greater scrutiny of corporate governance and the manner in which boards of directors make decisions affecting their companies.

    4/21/2009 · Banking
    For almost thirty years, bank regulators have operated under the Too Big To Fail (TBTF) Doctrine, whereby insolvent large banks are treated differently than insolvent community banks by keeping the large banks open and closing the community banks. Now is the time to do away with TBTF once and for all

    9/30/2008 · Banking
    Bankers are hearing horror stories about examiners’ demands and are confused as to how to plan for their next examination. What should they focus on? And will those things be the wrong things when the examiners come into their bank

    Catherine A. Ghiglieri and Jewell D. Hoover
    The Ultimate Guide for Bank Directors, Revised Edition provides bank directors with practical advice and updated information, including on Basel III, CFPB, cybersecurity and risk management, to guide the bank in a safe and sound manner.
    Catherine A. Ghiglieri and Jewell D. Hoover
    This book provides bank directors with a roadmap for navigating the challenges facing banks today.
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    Stacy A. Kinsel, CPA/ABV/CFF, CFE
    1222 Lincoln Avenue
    Pasadena CA 91103
    USA
    phone: 818-265-9714
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    Stacy A. Kinsel, CPA/ABV/CFF, CFE, has been engaged in Forensic Accounting and Economic Damage Analysis for over 20 years.

    Ms. Kinsel earned both her Masters Degree in Accounting and Bachelor of Science degree in Accounting from the University of Southern California. A Certified Public Accountant in the State of California, Ms. Kinsel is Accredited in Business Valuation (ABV) and Certified in Financial Forensics (CFF) by the AICPA. She is also a Certified Fraud Examiner (CFE).

    Litigation Support - Ms. Kinsel has been involved with the preparation and/or review of over 1,000 damage claims. She has been qualified and testified as an expert witness in both Federal and State courts on forensic accounting matters and economic damage calculations.

    Ms. Kinsel's services are available to counsel representing both Plaintiff and Defendant and include preparing expert witness and rebuttal reports, advising in cross-examination of other witnesses as well as critique of other experts’ testimonies and reports, providing expert witness testimony, and participating in alternate dispute resolution proceedings. Her expertise includes the analysis and measurement of economic damages resulting from:
    • Business Interruption Losses
    • Commercial Litigation Disputes
    • Loss of Earnings Calculations
    • Employee Fidelity or Theft
    • First Party Property Claims
    • Corporate Fraud
    • Third Party Claims
    • Product Liability Matters
  • Family Law
  • Wage & Hours Claims
  • Professional Liability
  • Partnership Disputes
  • Elder Financial Abuse
  • Thefts of Cash / Inventory
  • Financial Statement Manipulation
  • Fraudulent Expenses
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    Shamrock Consulting
    Marie G. Kerr
    Davidsonville MD 21035
    USA
    phone: 410-353-4414
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    Marie Kerr Financial Fraud  Expert PhotoMarie G. Kerr specializes in Financial Fraud. She is a Certified Financial Crime Specialist, Certified Anti-Money Laundering Specialist (CAMS), and Project Management Professional (PMP).

    Ms. Kerr is a financial industry veteran with a deep understanding of how financial institutions work. She has served as a Homeland Security Program Advisor and Fraud Detection Subject Matter Expert (SME) and an IT and AML Advisor for a three-bank merger. Her experience includes uncovering the flow of financial transactions through banking application software and banking payment systems, detection of fraud and money laundering, understanding the architecture and data design of software systems and how they can be used to commit financial crimes, and the implementation of COTS products.

    Litigation Support - Marie Kerr provides litigation support strategy and interrogatories for financial crime (fraud) cases involving large international banks. Her cases may involve:
    • Payment Systems
    • Financial Crime / Fraud Detection
    • Anti-money Laundering (AML)
    • Regulatory Issues
    • Bank Secrecy Act (BSA)
  • Compliance Solutions
  • Data Analytics
  • Software Development and Implementation
  • Gap and Data Analysis
  • COTS Products
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    8/23/2016 · Banking
    The recent guidance (warning, really) from the FDIC1 on the need for financial institutions to perform due diligence when selecting anti-money laundering (AML) software puts the proof of compliance burden squarely on the financial institution. It also points to the need for an enterprise solutions architecture, one that builds on existing structures-how things really are-rather than on pushing through a vendor package. While there is no doubt that commercial off-the-shelf (COTS) products play an integral part in AML compliance, there is also no doubt that AML software depends on the quality and uniformity of data supplied by the financial institution. The systems, data, processes and organizational structure of the enterprise form the infrastructure of compliance, and these must be understood and documented to ensure that the COTS "solutions" are just that. If, for example, a bank wanted to institute an automated customer risk scoring system, there would be many questions that needed answers before software could be selected and installed...

    7/15/2016 · Banking
    A lonely woman falls for a silver-haired gentleman-the face of a criminal enterprise in Africa-in one of the most common romance scams known to law enforcement. She loses her house and her savings. She is devastated both financially and emotionally, taken in by shysters who understand the vulnerabilities of the lonely. And in this true case, the lonely woman is also a victim of the American banking system.

    6/7/2016 · Banking
    In one critical anti-money laundering (AML) review of a mid-tier bank, examiners admitted to having a hard time understanding how the transaction monitoring system worked.

    4/29/2016 · Banking
    A financial institution can have a comprehensive anti-money laundering program, a staff of experts, and a million-dollar (or more) specialized computer system in place and yet still miss potential problem customers because they failed to collect or use important data. In the end, it all comes down to data-discrete pieces of information that need to be collected, analyzed and presented in meaningful ways-to make a successful anti-money laundering program. No matter what automated or procedural anti-money laundering programs you have in place, the success of the program depends on meaningful data.One of the first steps in creating an effective program, then, is to develop a data plan to understand what data must be captured, how to capture it, how to analyze it, how to report it and how to use it.

    4/7/2016 · Banking
    What started out as an apparently straight-forward Transaction Monitoring System Validation project took an interesting and cautionary turn at an international bank recently. The Project Team assembled for the task-as well as executive management at the Bank-expected that the Validation would discover some less-than-perfect data mapping from their core banking system to their Transaction Monitoring System. A completely new Compliance staff had reviewed the Bank's unfamiliar (to them) Transaction Monitoring System, and could see that something wasn't quite right. Wires were not appearing properly on reports, General Ledger account numbers were showing up instead of Customer Account Numbers, and there were unnecessary transaction codes, like Wire fees, clogging the system. It seemed like a simple, methodical task of documenting the current mapping and making appropriate changes.

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    Michael Gervais
    Owner/Lead Investigator
    1442 E. Lincoln Ave., Unit 486
    Orange CA 92865
    USA
    phone: 714-579-7797
    fax: 714-792-0600
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    Michael P. Gervais is an experienced Private Investigator with 30 years of experience in Law Enforcement. He has a strong educational background which includes an A.S. in Criminal Justice and numerous certificates in law enforcement science and criminal justice. His background also includes four years in the US Marine Corps as a Military Policeman, Scout, and White House Honor Guard. His company, Silent Warrior, is located in Southern California and provides state and nationwide services.

    Mr. Gervais has extensive knowledge of criminal prosecution with both county and federal Grand Juries. Available to both Plaintiff and Defense, his Litigation Services include surveillance, interviews, statements, trial preparation, and subpoena / process services by registered Process Servers. Mr. Gervais's practical experience, continuing education, new resources, and technology allow for accurate results and undisputable evidence.

    Silent Warrior SealAreas of Expertise:
    • Surveillance
    • Counter Surveillance Detection (Bug Sweeping)
    • Criminal Investigations
    • Civil Investigations
    • Asset Investigations
    • Organized Crime
    • Crime Scene Processing (Dusting for Prints)
    • Interrogation & Interviewing
    • Cheating Spouse Investigations
    • Computer Forensics Investigations
    • Polygraph Testing
    • Process Server
    • Executive and Corporate Personal Threat Assessments
    • PSE & Voice Stress Analysis for Lie Detection
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    11/25/2013 · Computer Forensics
    The PSE instrument detects, measures and graphically displays the degree of presence or absence of inaudible body tremors that are superimposed on the human voice (at all ages) and on all warm blooded animals. These tremors disappear according to the amount of stress that is present at the moment of utterance. The interview and test are recorded by the computer or cell phone.

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    Guide to knowing if your spouse is cheating, signs and helpful suggestions to help avoid divorce.
    2/20/2014
    "CaliforniaLieDetectors.com provides professional lie detection and truth verification services throughout the state of California."
    12/7/2013
    "Orange Award Program Honors the Achievement of Silent Warrior Investigations"
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    Briggs P. Stahl, CPA, ABV, CFF, CBA
    Diane L. Womack, CPA, ABV, CFF, CFE
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    FL USA
    phone: 813-936-0313
    fax: 813-936-0939
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    Stahl Forensic & Valuation Experts a licensed CPA firm, is a premier provider of Forensic Accounting and Litigation Consulting services in Florida specializing in Business Valuation, Tax, and Investigative Accounting services. They consult and provide expert testimony in commercial litigation, bankruptcy, eminent domain, tax and matrimonial proceedings in Tampa, Orlando, throughout Florida, and nationwide. Our skilled professionals have extensive training and credentials in accounting, financial forensics, valuation and fraud investigation.

    Their forensic accountants have provided testimony in over 15 states and counting. They perform investigations and valuations for companies in a variety of industries and ranging from small privately held businesses to Fortune 500 companies.

    Forensic & Litigation Expertise:
    • Commercial Litigation
    • Financial Investigations
    • Dissenting Shareholder Actions
    • Insurance Claims
    • Shareholder Disputes
  • Bankruptcy
  • Matrimonial Dissolutions
  • Collaborative Divorce
  • Alternative Dispute Resolution
  • Due Diligence
  • Briggs Stahl Forensic Accounting Expert PhotoBriggs P. Stahl, CPA, ABV, CFF, CBA, President of Stahl Forensic and Valuation Experts has over 30 years of experience in litigation consulting and has testified as an expert or provided expert opinion in deposition in business valuation, family law, eminent domain, business damages, and trust and estate matters on over 600 occasions. He has been certified as an expert in both State and Federal Courts. He has served as a court-appointed expert and as a Special Master on a number of occasions.

    Mr. Stahl is a member of the American Institute of Certified Public Accountants and is a licensed CPA in Florida and Kentucky. He was among the first CPAs in the country to earn the ABV credential at its inception in 1998. Briggs is Certified in Financial Forensics (CFF) by the American Institute of Certified Public Accountants and is also certified as a Business Appraiser (CBA) by the Institute of Business Appraisers.

    He was recently admitted as a Charter Member of the AAML Foundation’s Forensic & Business Valuation Division. The elite group of just 28 members nationwide were selected on the basis of their national reputation and achievements in litigation support, forensic accounting and business valuation, their history of serving AAML members and their clients in complex financial matters during divorce proceedings, and their commitment to integrity in the process.

    Diane Womack Business Damages Expert PhotoDiane L. Womack, CPA, ABV, CFF, CFE, is a Shareholder at Stahl Forensic & Valuation Experts and the managing partner of the Orlando office. She has more than 20 years of litigation consulting and accounting experience specializing in forensic accounting, valuation and business damages. Ms. Womack has provided expert services in matters involving white-collar crime, breach of contract, shareholder disputes, business interruption claims, lost profits, damages claims and business valuation issues. She has been qualified as an expert witness in Federal and State court.

    Diane Womack is a member of the American Institute of Certified Public Accountants and is a licensed CPA in Florida and New York. She is accredited in Business Valuation (ABV) and Certified in Financial Forensics (CFF) by the American Institute of Certified Public Accountants and holds a Certified Fraud Examiner (CFE) designation from the Association of Certified Fraud Examiners. She was also an author of the 2011 Forensic and Valuation Services (FVS) Trend Survey.

    Stahl Tampa Office
    8626 N. Himes Ave.
    Tampa, FL 33614
    Telephone: 813-936-0313
    Fax: 813-936-0939
    Stahl Orlando Office
    390 N. Orange Ave., #1890
    Orlando, FL, 32801
    Telephone: 407-217-6900
    Fax: 407-217-2967


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    11/21/2014 · Accounting
    Forensic accounting is a highly specialized field within the overall discipline of accounting that developed decades ago. The forensic accountant must have knowledge far greater in depth and breadth than a mere accountant or even a CPA. They must have the ability to trace and analyze complex financial transactions and data to formulate an opinion that will stand up to scrutiny and is defensible in court, if need be. Developing a defensible opinion, sometimes without the aid of all the information due to difficulty or inability to obtain records, requires special skills and years of experience to reach the best conclusions.

    11/20/2014
    "Briggs Stahl, CPA, ABV, CFF, CBA, President of Stahl Forensic and Valuation Experts, was recently admitted as a Charter Member of the American Academy of Matrimonial Lawyers (AAML) Foundation’s Forensic & Business Valuation Division"
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    Israel Reyes, Esq.
    Managing Partner
    One Columbus Center
    1 Alhambra Plaza Ste. 1130
    Coral Gables FL 33134
    USA
    phone: 305-403-2272
    fax: 305-403-2273
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    Israel Reyes, Esq., Founder and Managing Partner of The Reyes Law Firm, P.A., has over 30 years of experience in the fields of Criminal Justice and Law Enforcement. He currently handles all types of civil and criminal litigation representing attorneys, receivers, commercial entities, and individuals.

    Background Experience:
    • Former Circuit Court Judge of the Eleventh Judicial Circuit of Florida - Appointed by former Governor Jeb Bush in 2003, Mr. Reyes retired in 2011, after approximately 30 years of public service.
    • Assistant State Attorney - Mr. Reyes served in the Racketeering / Organized Crime Unit, Civil Forfeiture Section. While there, he handled the litigation of civil forfeitures concentrating on illegal drug money laundering cases. He was one of the principal drafters of the revised state money laundering bill signed into law by Governor Bush in 2000.
    • Personal Injury Attorney - Mr. Reyes served as personal injury law associate handling the litigation of personal injury, wrongful death, and professional (medical malpractice) negligence cases, and civil actions.
    • Police Officer / Detective with the Miami-Dade Police Department - From 1980-1995, Mr. Reyes worked in the Homicide Bureau, Media Relations Section, and Special Investigations Division’s Criminal Conspiracy and Racketeering Squads. He served in the Organized Crime Bureau; U.S. Secret Service Task Force; Police Applicant Background Investigation Unit, Firearms Training Section, and Uniform Patrol Division, earning numerous commendations and awards.
    Litigation Support - With his extensive background in law enforcement and the criminal justice system, Israel Reyes offers wide ranging Alternative Dispute Resolution Services in civil, criminal, probate, and family law matters. He currently serves as an:
    • Arbitrator
    • Police Procedure Expert Witness
    • Attorney’s Fees Expert Witness
    • Private Judge
  • Guardian Ad Litem
  • Mediator
  • Special Magistrate
  • Insurance Umpire
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    Dr. Jules Kamin
    President
    6380 Wilshire Blvd., Suite 1102
    Los Angeles CA 90048
    USA
    phone: 323-653-9555
    fax: 323-653-5391
    Dr. Jules Kamin received his Ph.D. in business economics, finance and management science from the University of Chicago Graduate School of Business, rated #1. He is an expert on Economic Damages and Economic / Financial Aspects of Liability. He brings to the practice of forensic economics a unique combination of educational background, practical business and teaching experience, and a proven record of expert retention and testimony in over five hundred cases since 1987.

    Services Include:
  • Lost Profits
  • Lost Business Goodwill
  • Diminution of Business Value
  • Business Valuation
  • Lost Earnings and Benefits
  • Course of Conduct
  • Business Torts
  • Fraud
  • Interference with Prospective Economic Advantage
  • Breach of Contract
  • Unfair Competition
  • Condemnation
  • Infringement of Intellectual Property
  • Antitrust
  • Securities
  • Personal Injury
  • Wrongful Termination
  • 9/5/2010 · Damages
    Commercial damages occur in breach-of-contract and business-tort cases that result in claims of lost profits or diminished business goodwill or business value. Intellectual-property-infringement cases and antitrust cases also can involve such loss claims. The measurement of damages in these types of cases follows a basic methodology, with some variations in intellectual-property matters. Measurement of damages in securities-fraud cases uses a different approach.