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Jeff Sedlik
Photography Expert Witness and Consultant
Los Angeles, California
New York, New York
CA, NY
USA
phone: 626-808 0000 or CA: 212- 447 1255 NY
FORENSIC EXPERT WITNESS - PHOTOGRAPHY

Professor Jeff Sedlik has decades of experience at the highest level of professional photography including advertising, corporate, editorial and stock. He is a respected and acknowledged authority on photography having served as Past National President of professional photography's leading trade organization, "Advertising Photographers of America". Professor Sedlik is also an experienced Expert Witness.

Areas of Expertise:
  • Contracts
  • Copyright
  • Licensing
  • Publicity Rights
  • Model Releases
  • Lost/Damaged Film
  • Stock Photography
  • Business Practices
  • Forensic Scene Recreation
  • Forensic Image Analysis
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    Carl Sheeler, Ph.D.
    Co-Founder
    Available Nationally
    See Office Locations Below
    USA
    phone: 619-453-3015
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    Carl Sheeler Equity Valuation Expert PhotoCarl Sheeler, Ph.D. has 25+ years of public and private company experience with Family Business/Office Valuation, Advisory & Dispute Services – i.e., Governance, Risk Management, and planned and disruptive events associated with reducing risks and optimizing equity values.  Common matters include fiduciary duty involving equity holder rights; valuation issues as well as transitions influenced by Estate and Gift Tax, liquidity, legacy, leverage and liability considerations.

    Dr. Sheeler distills complex strategy, finance and operational issues and relevant facts into empirically supported opinions and guidance that is understandable to the layperson and applicable to company boards, founders, executives, trusted advisors and triers of fact in transfer, tax, and transactional matters. He is an authority on shareholder dispute and oppression as well as Trust and Estate and ESOP duty of care. Examples include how agreement provisions, asset allocation, debt and holding periods influence risk and investor concessions (“premiums and discounts”) on equity value.

    Litigation Support - Dr. Sheeler has completed 1,200+ engagements and testified in over 175 disputes as an IRS/Court qualified expert in ADR, state and federal courts on matters ranging from fairness opinions to class actions in matters involving 7- to10-figures. He has authored and presented on over 300 occasions on issues ranging from valuation /appraisal best practices to developing probing interrogatories and deposition inquiries. He has served on various research, regulatory, advisory and academic boards and is considered a subject matter expert on Private Company Illiquidity / Lack of Marketability and Control Adjustments as well as Equity Value Enhancement (“EVE”).

    Consultation - Dr. Sheeler is an authority on what internal and external factors aside from financial influence company value for advisors assisting founders and families with significant holdings.

    Ideal Clients include:

    • ERISA/DOL attorneys representing ESOPs
    • Transaction, Probate/Trust & Estate Attorneys involved in Tax, Transfer, and other Disputes
    • Corporate/Business/Trust Litigation Attorneys
    • Insurance/Condemnation Attorneys
    • Class Action Attorneys
    • Family Law Attorneys involved in High Net Worth Business Ownership cases

    Areas of Expertise:

    • Value Creation
    • Business Valuation
    • ESOP Appraiser
    • Strategic Planning
    • Fairness Opinions
    • Business Appraisal
    • Shareholder Disputes
    • Class Actions
    • Gift, Trust & Estate Business Appraiser
    • Economic Loss
    • Commercial Damages
    • Fractional Interest Discounting
    • Midmarket/Family Business Risk Management
    • Tangible/Intangible Holding Company Valuation
    • Corporate Governance
    • Intellectual Property
    • International and Domestic Arbitration
    • Restructuring and Debt Advisory
    San Diego, CA Office
    11622 El Camino Real, Suite 100
    San Diego, CA 92130
    Telephone: 619-235-6635
    Irvine, CA Office
    18100 Von Karman Ave., Suite 850
    Irvine, CA 92612
    Telephone: 949-743-1401

    Denver, CO Office
    1515 Wynkoop St, Suite 360
    Denver, CO 80202
    Telephone: 720-465-4610

    New York, NY Office
    1330 Avenue of the Americas, 23rd Floor
    New York, NY 10019
    Telephone: 212-223-9301

    Phoenix, AZ Office
    4742 N 24th Street, Suite 300
    Phoenix, AZ 85016
    Telephone: 602-698-6747


    To have Dr. Sheeler present a workshop at your office, or present to your group or organization, contact:
    Kelly Passmore
    949-743-1401x212
    kelly@carlsheeler.com

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    6/24/2015 · Economics
    Examining actual transactions in the private capital markets and court outcomes figure into whether holding a large block of stock equates with it control or even a premium. The internal and external factors, legal provisions, and property performance drive this result.

    This article establishes there is recognition by the IRS and the courts that a well-supported proof of impairment based on the sale of a large number of shares necessitates an investor concession. It provides the rationale and methodology to capture the existence and the level of impairment.

    In this article, Dr. Carl Sheeler, responds to a September 9, 2013 concept paper authored by Rick Baumgardner, Chair of the Appraisal Practices Board of the Appraisal Foundation, titled “Valuation Issues in Separating Tangible and Intangible Assets.”

    Valuation professionals are uniquely positioned to help clients identify opportunities and third parties that can take them to a proverbial next level. Business valuation is about more than just benchmarking and deriving a defensible conclusion of value, it should entail understanding the value and interplay of governance, risk, relationships, and knowledge.

    This article addresses what is often omitted from most asset holding entity valuation reports. By failing to include issues like the ones outlined, the resulting adjustments are less empirical and more a "guesstimate". Valuation practitioners and their advisory clients have a duty to the users of our reports to accurately address equity level risks

    Think like an investor, not an accountant! If fair market value is to determine investor expectations and equity risk; then why do these factors receive limited or no consideration when opining on the level of impairments (investor concessions) ubiquitously referred to ask discounts? This article addresses the business risks associated with asset-holding companies' equity that should be considered and reported when preparing a valuation report.

    Knowing the value of a business and delivering real value to a client company entails far more than using EBITDA multiples or going along with a rule of thumb to keep the peace. As professionals, valuators must be far more rigorous in their engagements, and focus on delivering value. The obligation to identify, measure, manage, and mitigate the risks are their responsibility. In this candid analysis, Dr. Carl Sheeler shares some insights, based on his 1,000+ engagements, where he has found problems that led to disputes, misalignment of expectations, and company-specific risks that impair value and value creation.

    The thoughts below explore existing business valuation (BV) practices. The discussion may cover issues that are unfamiliar to BV analysts whose clients have businesses of below $5 million in revenues, or for those who deal primarily with midmarket clients of $50 million in revenues and above. First, it is necessary to acknowledge the many BV thought-leaders who have propelled our current body of knowledge forward. These valuation heroes have assisted countless practitioners and clients. In the absence of the development of best practices, those wishing to make a buck off of the market's ignorance would abound. Also, special thanks to the theoreticians who embrace the ethereal aspects of our industry with application of concepts such as regression analysis.

    Carl Sheeler, PhD
    This book provides the information and tools practitioners and business owners need to work with the multitude of intangibles - Governance, Risk, Relationships & Knowledge ("GRRK") - in equity investment decisions. The author engages readers with an insightful and brief claim: "Values are more than numbers." He then provides support for just how important human capital is to the value creation paradox.
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    Jennifer Vanderhart, PhD
    Principal
    912 F St. NW, Suite 707
    Washington DC 20004
    USA
    phone: 202-558-5659 (Office) 703-728-7468 (Cell)
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    Analytics Research Group, LLC (ARG) is an independent Economic, Statistics, and Data Analytics consulting firm comprised of PhD economists serving clients facing complex issues arising in legal disputes and regulatory proceedings throughout the U.S. and abroad.

    Advisory Analytics Consulting - ARG provides economic and econometric analyses of voluminous amounts of data to help companies gain valuable insights, and make better-informed strategic decisions. The ability to extract insights from ever-expanding data sources has evolved from being a competitive advantage to a strategic imperative.

    ARG's analytics of large and cumbersome databases help identify unknown factors potentially overlooked in important business decisions, providing fundamental insights into complicated problems to help companies develop strategies and take advantage of evolving opportunities. ARG data scientists use state-of-the-art analytical techniques to identify critical relationships among business and customer factors.

    Industry Experience:
    • Construction
    • Consumer Products
    • Education
    • Energy & Utilities
    • Financial Services
    • Government
    • Healthcare
  • Insurance
  • Manufacturing
  • Media
  • Pharmaceutical & Life Sciences
  • Retail
  • Technology
  • Transportation
  • Principal, Jennifer Vanderhart, is a PhD Economist responsible for providing a range of services, including litigation support services, and economic consulting. She specializes in applied Econometrics and Microeconomic Analysis, including theoretical and empirical analysis in the areas of intellectual property, antitrust, breach of contract, international arbitration proceedings, and commercial damages.

    Dr. Vanderhart's clients include companies in wide range of industries and retail sectors including education, computer hardware and software, retail merchandising, durable goods manufacturing, mining, tobacco, and financial services.

    Prior to joining Analytics Research Group, Dr. Vanderhart was a Managing Director at FTI Consulting. She has also held positions at Exponent, Invotex Group, Navigant Consulting and LECG, and was an instructor at Texas A&M University in the departments of Economics and Management. She has published on valuation, damages and intellectual property and is a frequent speaker on these topics at conferences and lectures.

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    Alistair Hynd
    5 Old Bailey
    London EC4M 7AF
    GBR
    phone: 44-207-0028732
    fax: 44-207-0028895
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    Alistair Hynd has over 15 years experience in Corporate Finance. He heads the Project Finance and Financial Modelling Team that functions at Baker Tilly Corporate Finance, LLP (Baker Tilly). Mr. Hynd specialises in Project Finance, PFI, PPP and Debt Advisory plus Financial Modeling. Mr. Hynd is an Associate of the Institute of Chartered Accountants in England and Wales (ICAEW) and member of the Institute's Corporate Finance faculty. He is also a full member of the Association of Corporate Treasurers.

    Mr. Hynd's team at Baker Tilly can become involved in Project Finance or Financial Modeling in three ways:
  • Financial Adviser to the Government – structuring projects, evaluating bids, and negotiating detail
  • Financial Adviser to the Consortium – assembling the bid, refining and optimising it, and acting as interface with funding markets
  • Acting for the Banks and other Lenders - providing reassurance that the model on which they are lending is fit for purpose.
  • Other Services Include

  • Capital Markets: Reporting Accountants, Flotation e.g. advice on Financial Structuring, Accounting Systems and Policies, Share Option, Director / Employer Benefits, Audit and Taxation services
  • Due Diligence: Historic Performance, Cash Flows, Assets and Liabilities, Forecasts, Working Capital Requirements, Financial Systems and Controls, Taxation
  • Mergers and Acquisitions / Private Equity:Preparing / Maximise Value from Business Sales, Negotiate Terms and Raise Private Equity / Debt Finance to Support Management Buy Out or Buy In, Raising Private Equity / Debt Finance for Growth, Cash Out or Recapitalisation, etc.
  • Valuations: Shares, Businesses, Options and Warrants, Various Derivatives, Brands and other Intellectual Property, Film and Media Rights,Income Producing Assets
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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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    Weston Anson, Chairman
    Jeff Anderson, Director, Valuation & Analytics
    7342 Girard Ave.
    La Jolla CA 92037
    USA
    phone: 858-454-9091 (Main) / 408-309-6808 (Jeff Anderson)
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    CONSOR® Intellectual Asset Management has been a global industry leader in Intellectual Property valuation, expert witness services, monetization assistance, licensing strategies and more for the last 25 years. Their core areas of expertise are the valuation, management, and licensing of intangible assets. They are proud to be the only market-based consulting firm specializing in intellectual property.

    Consulting Services Include:
    • Valuing Intellectual Property and Intangible Assets - CONSOR has been valuing the full spectrum of intangible assets and IP for clients as diverse as IBM, the Estate of Dr. Seuss, Xerox, and Amazon.com. Selected assignments have included valuing assets contained within a group of online copyrighted visual material, Valuing the database and a proprietary numbering and inventory system, and Valuing the trademark and rights of publicity for a world famous sports celebrity
    • Licensing and Leveraging of Intangible Assets - CONSOR offers a variety of services to accommodate a wide range of IP licensing and leveraging needs, including: Brand Consulting and Licensing Alignment, Licensing Strategy and Negotiation Support, Royalty Rate Services, and Licensing Implementation
    • IP in Business Transactions - CONSOR specialists are abreast of new regulations and control systems in financial and economic reporting that bring increasing complexity to IP transactions including Sarbanes-Oxley Act, Section 482 of the IRS code, FASB 141,142,144, as well as the Bankruptcy Reformat Act of 2005
    Weston Anson Intellectual Property Expert PhotoWeston Anson, Chairman of CONSOR®, is a seasoned Licensing Valuation and Marketing professional with a long history of successful programs at firms such as Booz-Allen & Hamilton, Playboy Enterprises and Hang Ten International. He holds a Masters degree in Business Administration (honors) from Harvard University and is active in all of the major international trademark and intellectual property associations as a speaker and an officer.

    For the last 25 years, Mr. Anson has led the way in developing and establishing accepted methods to value brands, technologies and other IP. He is an expert in building and licensing brands, as well as developing and managing licensing programs for all IP.

    Mr. Anson is also an acknowledged pioneer in developing the methodologies that enable accurate valuation of IP on a worldwide basis. His multiple books on the subject have been published in the U.S. as well as in Europe and China. He was chairman of the Global Valuation Standards Committee for the LESI, which established IP Valuation standards in cross border IP transactions. These standards were adopted in 2011 at the Global Technology Forum, which included World IP bodies such as World Intellectual Property Organization, World Trade Organization, and the Association of University Technology Managers.

    Mr. Anson has developed numerous licensing strategies for major corporations and has performed valuations of hundreds of intellectual property components including: Caterpillar, Inc., Chevron, Estate of Dr. Seuss, Donna Karan, Amazon.com, DuPont, Ford Motor Company, General Motors Corporation, Hard Rock Café, Harrods, Hilton, IBM, L.L. Bean, Inc., Levi Strauss & Co., L’Oreal, Louisville Slugger, Lucasfilm Ltd., PepsiCo, The Olympics, the Vatican Library, and many more.

    Jeff Anderson Intellectual Property Valuation Expert PhotoJeff Anderson, Director of Valuation & Analytics at CONSOR®, performs Valuations of Intangible Assets and Intellectual Properties for corporate litigation and business / transaction purposes.

    Mr. Anderson has a broad view of the world of intellectual property and intangible assets. He has lectured, spoken, and written on the topic of IP valuation, as well as the licensing of various intellectual property rights. He is a contributing author to a newly published book, and he is author and co-author of several articles on intellectual property valuation. Additionally, he has served as a teaching assistant for a course on IP valuation at the Thomas Jefferson School of Law. Coupled with his analytical approach to finance and economics, he has a unique view and expertise in intellectual property and intangible asset valuation and monetization.

    Mr. Anderson's project work spans the full spectrum of the intellectual property realm. Industries worked on include: government, software, banking, entertainment, construction, retail, energy, and manufacturing. He has managed projects involving: valuation for litigation; sale/purchase valuation and negotiation; license structuring and negotiation; estate valuation; and valuation in expropriation and foreign markets.

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    How have celebrity scents become huge licensing opportunities? Do you smell that? Fee-fi-fo-fum, I smell the growth of celebrity scents. Yes, not only is celebrity licensing in general seeing tremendous growth opportunities, but in particular, the business of licensing celebrity scents is experiencing a steady rise.

    Weston Anson
    The demand for economic damages analysis and valuation for litigation, arbitration, and mediation is ever-growing. Elements of IP and intangible assets affect disputes in nearly every area of law, from real estate to complex software transactions. Expert Witnesses, Valuation & Damages discusses how to best use experts, when to hire them, how to find good ones, and how to test whether they have adequate knowledge.
    Weston Anson
    In a time of great economic, social and political change in the world, intellectual property is more important than ever. Given the current trouble surrounding businesses and portfolios, clients are actively seeking legal guidance and advisement to make wise decisions about intellectual property. IP Valuation and Management is an easy-to-use, concisely thorough reference. This book delves into how intellectual property is defined, grouped, valued, managed and monetized.
    Weston Anson
    Law school prepares students to be lawyers, but once they reach the real world, new attorneys often find they lack needed business knowledge. Not only are they uninformed about the management of their firms, but they are also unprepared to understand the needs of business clients. The Attorney's Guide to the Business Mind tackles this issue head on.
    Weston Anson
    This handbook is intended as a useful document for intangible asset management inquiries, with a special emphasis on licensing, transaction due diligence and bankruptcy. It attempts to help improve the management of companies with underleveraged intangible asset portfolios. Relevant exhibits, case studies, common terms, and a detailed index are also included.
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    Donald M. May, PhD, (Financial Economics), CPA
    Managing Partner
    4 Lynwood Ct.
    Cortlandt Manor NY 10567
    USA
    phone: 212-390-0595
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    DMA Economics, LLC is a world class provider of Valuation Analyses in high-stakes litigation. Their clients include billion-dollar investment funds under SEC investigation as well multi-national firms involved in intellectual property disputes, consumers in product mislabeling cases, and small to mid-sized businesses involved in complex commercial litigation.

    DMA Economics has performed valuations for cases involving Theft of Trade Secrets, Securities Fraud, Product Mislabeling and Consumer Fraud, and Lost Profits and Enterprise Value to name a few.

    DMA Economics also has extensive experience in the valuation of business interests for non-litigation matters. These include but are not limited to valuations of non-public business interests, for acquisition and regulatory purposes.

    Donald May Business Damages Expert PhotoDonald M. May PhD, CPA, Managing Partner at DMA Economics, LLC, possesses over 30 years of Valuation and Economic Damages experience. He implements a broad range of damage analyses and valuations for clients including billion dollar investment funds under SEC investigation as well as smaller businesses concerned with the impact of potential litigation and strategies to reduce potential liability.

    Background Experience - Prior to founding DMA Economics LLC, Dr. May was Managing Director at Berkley Research Group and the Principal in charge of valuation and litigation support services for a regional accounting firm, a Managing Director for PricewaterhouseCoopers, and a professor at the Massachusetts Institute of Technology - Sloan School of Management. He has performed over 200 valuations of closely held businesses across numerous industries for financial reporting and estate planning.

    Dr. May has been published in several distinguished academic and practitioner journals such as The Journal of Finance, The Quarterly Review of Economics and Finance, Hedge Fund Law Review, and is currently an editorial board member of The Journal of Business Valuation and Economic Loss Analysis.

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    1/19/2018 · Economics
    Benchmarks are the basis for damages. But when the assumptions behind the benchmarks fail to stand up to Daubert scrutiny, expert testimony may be excluded.

    12/14/2017 · Economics
    This article finds evidence consistent with the hypothesis that managers consider personal risk when making decisions that affect firm risk. I find that Chief Executive Officers (CEOs) with more personal wealth vested in firm equity tend to diversify. CEOs who are specialists at the existing technology tend to buy similar technologies. When specialists have many years vested, they tend to diversify, however. Poor performance in the existing lines of business is associated with movements into new lines of business.

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    Monty G. Myers, PE
    3305 Northland Drive
    Suite 305
    Austin TX 78731
    USA
    phone: 512-459-9292
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    Eureka Software Solutions, Inc. is a Software Development and Consulting business with over 30 years of hands-on experience in the Computer, Software, and Technology industries. Eureka and its team of professionals provide an unparalleled understanding of nearly every facet and factor involved in a complex software or computer related litigation scenario. Eureka's clients have included Global 1000 and Fortune 500 companies in industries such as Enterprise, Finance, Military and Defense, Transportation, Oil and Gas, Security, Healthcare, and Automotive.

    Eureka Services and Practical Implementation of Expertise:
    • Review and comparison of software source code and functionality in relation to contractual commitments and requirements and/or protected intellectual property including, trade secrets, copyrights and patents
    • Computer / Software Forensics – able to reverse engineer and reconstruct hardware and software environments from backups, remnants and fragments of deprecated software. Eureka IT and Software development team is skilled at re-creating historical hardware and software environments
    • Investigation and assessment of software project bidding, planning and performance with particular attention to adequacy of discovery, specifications, cost estimates, schedules, and deliverables
    • Functional and performance testing of software against applicable specifications, warranties or industry standards using proprietary and commercial testing tools and techniques
    • Evaluation and use of both traditional and modern software development techniques and strategies, including creative payment structures related to software application/effort valuation and intellectual property licensing and ownership
    • Reviewing and exercising software applications and IT networks to expose and correct security issues and weaknesses
    Monty Myers Computer Software Expert PhotoFounder and CEO, Monty G. Myers, PE, is an active Software Industry Executive with 30+ years of experience. Mr. Myers is involved in all aspects of the daily management and operation of Eureka, including business development, contracts, customer relations, project scope, execution and oversight, strategy and management, hiring, and finance.

    Mr. Myers has negotiated and performed hundreds of real-world software and technology contracts and statements of work involving complex software project and licensing terms and conditions including material intellectual property aspects. He is actively engaged in handling and protecting the confidential, proprietary, and trade secret information and technology of Eureka and its clients.

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    Kelly Hickel
    Co-Founder and Main Contact
    950 3rd. Avenue
    17th Floor
    New York NY 10022
    USA
    phone: 212-486-3600
    fax: 303-484-5374
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    Expert Witness Consulting Services, LLC (EWCS) provides a range of services to law firms, litigation trustees and others engaged in expert witness and related activities. We provide up-front assessment of cases, drafting assistance in writing the economic core of complaints; other consulting expert work; and testifying expert witness reports and testimony.

    As an affiliate of Gordian Group (one of the leading national restructuring investment banking firms), EWCS can tap Gordian's vast experience in litigation assignments, particularly relating to matters involving solvency, valuation, fairness and Board of Directors responsibilities. In addition, EWCS has built a nationwide cadre of other independent experts so that we can assist law firms and mediators in finding the right expert for each case. EWCS connects vetted and specialized expert witness professionals to law firms across the nation. With its incremental, litigation-experienced human resources and national recognition within the legal community, EWCS’ mission is to work diligently with client law firms and mediators to provide exceptional work product in an efficient manner, starting with finding the right expert for each case.

    As Consultants, the professionals at EWCS are able to provide clients and Boards of Directors with advice and guidance in structuring transactions appropriately, and in delivering financial opinions in connection with the same. They can reconstruct financial data through forensic analysis in order to explain how financial markets or decision makers may have made decisions.

    When it comes to evaluating the performance of boards, management teams, and financial institutions, the experts at EWCS are well-positioned to have a credible point of view, given their experience in cleaning up the aftermath of corporate disasters and fraud up close.

    The EWCS professionals have substantial experience in most industries, including but not limited to aerospace and defense; consumer goods; electronic technology; finance and insurance; food and beverages; heavy industry and manufacturing; life sciences; metals & mining; oil & gas and energy; real estate and hospitality; and retail and apparel. Their experts have done transactions within these segments, and use their “real world” experience in approaching projects.

    Areas of Expertise:
    • Financial Services
    • Economics
    • Restructuring
    • Bankruptcy
    • International Business (particularly in Asia)
    • Fiduciary Duties
    • Private Placements
    • Damages
  • Equity Compensation
  • Market Assessments
  • Business Valuations
  • Manufacturing
  • Pharmaceuticals
  • Technology
  • Intellectual Property / Patents
  • Real Estate Market Feasibility
  • Kelly Hickel Financial Restructuring Expert PhotoKelly T. Hickel, Co-founder at EWCS, is a Financial and Business Advisor who has served as a senior executive for over 30 years. Mr. Hickel has many years of experience in the technology industry and with turnarounds of troubled companies. Throughout his career, he has arranged numerous private and public company financings and financial restructurings and has raised and/or returned over a $1 billion to investors and lenders.

    Mr. Hickel served as Turn-around President to Miniscribe Corp., a troubled Fortune 500, $600 million annual revenue disk drive manufacturer, and President of the Maxwell Technology Information Systems Group from 1993 until 1997, during which, Maxwell was the 9th best performing stock on NASDAQ and the #1 performing stock in California in 1996.

    As Chairman and Chief Restructuring Office of The Tyree Company in Farmingdale, New York, Mr. Hickel was responsible for running the largest oil downstream services company in the northeast. With all of his experience, he then founded and managed emerging Pharmaceutical companies, taking a product through FDA approval for a supplement through distribution in over 2000 retail pharmacy outlets.

    Jim Timmins Business Valuation Expert PhotoJim Timmins, ASA BV/IA, MAFF, CEP, is the Managing Director and heads the valuation, litigation, and advisory services practices at Teknos. He has worked in Silicon Valley for more than 35 years, as a Valuation expert, a Venture Capitalist, and an Investment Banker.

    Mr. Timmins has overseen 1,000s of valuations, fairness opinions, and solvency opinions in connection with financial reporting, tax compliance, merger and acquisition transactions, financings, spin-offs, and recapitalizations, and litigation. He has also participated in numerous merger and acquisition transactions, private placements, and public offerings during his career.

    Prior to forming Teknos, Mr. Timmins was a Managing Director at Pagemill Partners, where he created and managed the valuation practice. Before that he was the Managing Director of the Silicon Valley office of NIF Ventures (the venture capital arm of Daiwa Securities SMBC of Japan), and a General Partner of Glenwood Ventures and Glenwood Capital. Earlier in his career, he held positions in investment banking at Hambrecht & Quist and Salomon Brothers.

    Mr. Timmins has served as an expert witness for more than 60 cases involving valuation, fiduciary duty, and venture capital practice. He has been retained as an expert by both plaintiffs and defendants.

    Paul Black Real Estate Expert PhotoPaul S. Black, President of Paul S. Black & Assoc., Inc. has more than 35 years of experience as a Real Estate Market Feasibility Analyst, including multiple types of residential, office, retail, industrial and mixed-use properties.

    Mr. Black has been employed by local and international accounting firms in their real estate consulting groups as well as local and regional consulting companies.

    For 20 years, Mr. Black has served as a lecturer/adjunct professor teaching Real Estate Principles and Practices as well as Real Estate Market Analysis at the graduate (MBA) and undergraduate levels.

    Areas of Expertise: Economic Damages, Construction Defects / Delay Damages, Lost Revenue / Profits, Unjust Enrichment, Due Diligence, Commission Disputes, Procuring Cause, Real Estate Brokerage, Broker/Realtor Standard of Care, Code of Ethics – National Association of Realtors (NAR), Real Estate Disputes, Fraud / Misrepresentation, Insurance Defense, Eminent Domain, Market Feasibility / Evaluation.
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    David E. Nolte, CPA
    888 S. Figueroa Street, Suite 2000
    Los Angeles CA 90017
    USA
    phone: 213-787-4100
    fax: 213-891-1300
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    Our analysis and research combined with unique presentation techniques have resulted in an unequaled track record in successful court cases and client recoveries. Our personnel are full time and fully focused on the services we provide. We thoughtfully incorporate technology into our work to provide great results at a more reasonable cost. Our expertise encompasses damages analysis, lost profit studies, business & intangible asset valuations, fraud investigations, statistics, forensic economic analysis royalty audits, strategic & market assessments, competitive surveys, personal injury and employment damages, and a wide range of other financial advisory services. We serve the entire nation.
    11/8/2017 · Economics
    Damage experts don’t always agree regarding the appropriate discount rate and underlying methodology for a lost earnings claim and certain commonly applied methods actually provide a windfall to Plaintiffs. The chosen rate can make a meaningful difference in the economic damages conclusion. A recent article, "Lost Compensation Settlement Tool Allows You To Assess Economic Damages Accurately And Efficiently, Under Various Scenarios", demonstrates the significance of the applied rate on damages.

    8/12/2015 · Accounting
    The US Court of Appeals for the Ninth Circuit has opened the door significantly wider for those who wish to pursue qui tam False Claims Act suits by reversing a dismissal of two such matters. Ruling en banc in United States ex rel. Hartpence v. Kinetic Concepts, Inc., the Ninth Circuit has removed a prior restriction that any prior public disclosure must have originated from the whistleblower as well.

    A recent case addressed the interesting question of whether a corporation could serve as an expert witness. The matter involved a breach of fiduciary duty case coordinated with an appraisal proceeding, in re Dole Food Company ("Dole"). The defendants designated Stifel, Nicolaus & Company, Incorporated ("Stifel"), a corporation, to serve as their expert witness regarding the value of Dole.

    2/13/2015 · Patents
    Royalty arrangements within patent licenses have long been constrained by an almost 50 year old Supreme Court decision in Brulotte v. Thys Co that prevents collection of royalties after a patent has expired. The Justices have now agreed to revisit the precedent set by that often-criticized ruling in a current case, Kimble v. Marvel Enterprises, Inc.

    8/16/2014 · Accounting
    In a recent case involving the City of Pomona ("Pomona") v. SQM North America Corporation ("SQM"), Pomona alleged that SQM's importation of sodium nitrate for fertilizer caused a perchlorate contamination in the city. Although the district court excluded under Daubert the expert testimony of Pomona's expert witness on causation, the Ninth Circuit reversed the ruling, stating that "facts casting doubt on the credibility of an expert witness and contested facts regarding the strength of a particular scientific method are questions reserved for the fact finder". The case was remanded for trial.

    7/16/2014 · Accounting
    In association with general cost cutting measures over recent years, many companies have pressured their vendors to reduce fees. This downward pressure has extended to the accounting firms hired to provide independent audit opinions, resulting in a significant drop in audit fees. According to Audit Analytics, audit fees in 2012 were $472 per $1 million of revenue, the lowest amount since 2004. The question is whether audit quality has been sacrificed in order to achieve these reductions.

    4/24/2014 · Damages
    The Eastern District of Texas is well known for its intense patent activity and already provides early disclosure of infringement and invalidity contentions to facilitate faster resolution of these cases. The Court has now taken similar action by providing an option for accelerated damage discovery, including requiring a two week turnaround between defendant's production of potentially infringing sales data and plaintiff's good faith estimate of damages. Accomplishing this will require expert assistance immediately in the process. Even for cases that do not settle, this damage estimate will inform the Court's discovery decisions and resource allocations.

    2/7/2014 · Surveys
    In the course of affirming the district court's decision in Kraft Foods Group Brands LLC v. Cracker Barrel Old Country Store, Inc., 2013 WL 6017396, Judge Posner went a step further. While upholding the injunction, he ended his assessment with some comments "for future reference" when it comes to consumer surveys offered to demonstrate consumer confusion in support of a trademark infringement claim:

    A recently affirmed decision to grant judgment for the defendant as a matter of law highlights the importance of expert testimony that is consistent with previously-disclosed opinions presented in a Rule 26 report. In Rembrandt Vision Technologies, Inc. v. Johnson & Johnson Vision Care, Inc., the expert's testimony was struck because of critical discrepancies, leaving the plaintiff with no basis for claimed patent infringement.

    9/19/2013 · Legal Issues
    The decision in United States vs. Windsor (No. 12-301, June 26, 2013) by the U.S. Supreme Court (SCOTUS) to strike down Section 3 of the Defense of Marriage Act (DOMA) creates important tax issues and opportunities. These include potential refunds for same-sex married couples and their employers for years not closed by the statute of limitations.

    7/10/2013 · Damages
    A Delaware federal court recently closed the door on each of two possible paths to damages for Plaintiff in the matter of AVM Technologies, LLC v. Intel, Inc. (Civil Action No. 10-610-RGA). U.S. District Judge Richard G. Andrews granted Defendant's motion to exclude Plaintiff's expert, while also granting Defendant's motion in limine to preclude any proposed expert testimony from the inventor of the patent in question.

    6/18/2013 · Damages
    Lost compensation is a method of capturing economic damages in personal injury, medical Malpractice, wrongful termination, failure to promote and other similar torts.

    5/21/2013 · Damages
    In a unanimous opinion, the California Supreme Court clarified that trial courts may use either California Evidence Code Sections 801(b) or 802 to admit or exclude the expert's testimony.

    Electronic data comprises a large portion of discovery and provides efficiencies in searching and manipulating the data for further analysis.

    3/11/2013 · Damages
    Plaintiffs often desire short cuts to damage measurements. Given the cost of using experts employing proper methods and data, the temptation is obvious.

    1/22/2013 · Damages
    In re: Apple vs. Motorola, the parties sued each other for patent infringement involving smartphones. Seventh Circuit Judge Richard Posner, sitting by designation, threw out all damage witnesses for both parties on Daubert motions. Then, since both parties lacked damages testimony, he dismissed both cases with prejudice.

    An extraordinary amount of time is incurred in discovery asking for records that may not even exist, or asking for records that do exist, but the other side declines to produce records that were not requested using just the right terms.

    8/27/2012 · Expert Witnessing
    The following suggestions result from my experience serving as a witness, watching hundreds of other expert witnesses, and locating witnesses when servings as a confidential consultant. They are intended to help attorneys avoid common mistakes in selecting an expert witness.

    Appraisal disciplines have a confusing array of credentials. This occurs because:

    Intellectual Property licensing is big business, and is getting bigger. But most licensors do not earn as much as they should because they fail to perform royalty audits allowed under their license agreements.

    The IRS adopted a substantially revised Form 990 that calls for significantly expanded corporate governance disclosures.

    10/28/2005 · Expert Witnessing
    In many respects, the cross-examination of an expert witness is the same as for other witnesses. Some basics include: Be brief…Do not quarrel with the witness…Never ask a question to which you do not already know the answer…Avoid one question too many…and so on. However, there are some important differences

    7/20/2004 · Legal Issues
    If you want to improve your chances of success, commit these ideas to stone. Then follow them religiously.1. Keep it simple This is the greatest commandment, and the one most frequently violated. Too much information in a visual aid will confuse rather than clarify. Creativity does not mean complication. To achieve your goal, invoke the following guidelines

    Computers contain evidence useful in many human resource circumstances. Allegations of discrimination, sexual harassment, and unfair discharge are serious threats that are better understood by knowing what an employee did. Since computers are such a pervasive part of most employees' work lives, analysis of data stored on these computers helps address these issues

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    Robert Bates, CPA, CFE, CVA
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    1819 Polk St. , #314
    San Francisco CA 94109
    USA
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    HP Accounting Services, Inc. is a leading provider of interim and outsourced Financial Management for tech and other companies. A CPA and business valuation firm, they support their clients’ compliance with the IRC 409A and SFAS 123(R) rules, intangible asset valuation, as well as issues involving litigation.

    Consulting Services:
    • Accounting - Bookkeeping (Monthly/Quarterly/Annual), Accounting system setup for new businesses, Personal financial statements, Business Plan Development & Loan Brokerage, Audit Preparation & Liaison, Budgeting
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    • Mergers & Acquisitions
    • Business Fraud Prevention
    CFO, Robert Bates, CPA, CFE, CVA, has over 25 years of Financial Management and Accounting experience as a Controller and CFO in various industries. He has been in several industries, including telecom, media, retail and financial services in addition to having consulting experience at startups in the software, technology, and life sciences fields.

    Mr. Bates specializes in International Accounting, Software Issues, and Obtaining Financing. AS CFO of a public company, he has completed due diligence accounting/reporting for 12 acquisitions, including performing Business Valuations and dealing with FAS 142 issues. Mr. Bates has handled accounting for complex debt instruments including warrants, beneficial conversion feature, and other derivative issues. He has also been responsible for SEC reporting: 10Q’s and 10K’s.

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    8/31/2017 · Accounting
    Economic downturns and recessions are notorious for encouraging fraud. As new and prospective fraud examiners, it's imperative that you become aware of the various fraud risks that can occur and the red flags that indicate a fraud in progress.

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    Doug Bania, CLP, Founding Principal
    Brian Buss, CFA, Founding Principal
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    CA USA
    phone: San Diego 858-255-4361 Los Angeles 310-975-3145
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    Nevium specializes in managing and increasing the value of intellectual property portfolios. You have your business plan; you have your marketing plan…Where is your IP plan? Quite surprising, most businesses don’t have an IP plan; nonetheless even know the total contents of their IP portfolio. At Nevium, we manage and monetize intellectual property and intangible assets. We believe these assets need to be identified, organized and managed in order to maximize value. 

    Nevium specializes in valuing, managing, monetizing and providing expert testimony related to intellectual property. Nevium values IP for business transactions, tax/estate, joint venture negotiations, transfer pricing and bankruptcy. 

    Nevium builds and manages intellectual asset management strategies for clients who want to monetize their IP. Mr. Bania and Mr. Buss are frequent lecturers on IP valuation and licensing issues and publish articles for numerous industry publications. Areas of expertise include music, apparel, publishing, film, food, automotive, sporting goods, furnishings, advertising, media, photography, retail and not for profit.

    Consulting Services Include:

    • IP Management - Nevium Identifies, organizes and values IP and IA
    • IP Valuation - Nevium values brands, trademarks, copyrights, patents social media and Internet assets for M&A, estate, business transactions, tax and transfer pricing
    • IP Monetization - Nevium assists with setting royalty rates, building licensing agreements and buying and selling IP

    Doug Bania IP Expert PhotoDoug Bania, CLP, Founding Principal, has over a decade of expertise in managing, valuing and monetizing intellectual property. Prior to founding Nevium, Mr. Bania managed 100s of projects related to brands, intellectual property and the related intangible assets. He has assisted clients in intellectual property matters related to acquisitions, litigation, bankruptcy, tax, estate, family and marital disputes, and licensing. Mr. Bania delivers presentations and seminars on IP valuation, management and damages issues for various business and legal entities across the United States.


    Brian Buss Economic Valuation Expert PhotoBrian Buss, CFA, Founding Principal, is a Chartered Financial Analyst with over 20 years of experience in valuations, financial analysis, and corporate finance both in the United States and overseas. Mr. Buss provides strategic advice for intellectual property portfolios and transactions, guidance in determining economic damages, and profit apportionment in civil litigation, and performs valuations of trademarks, patents, copyrights, brand assets, trade secrets, technology assets, celebrity endorsements and marketing activities, and other intangible assets. Prior to founding Nevium, Brian Buss managed over 100 cases as an economic and valuation expert. He has developed financial models and forecasts for acquisitions, business valuations, licensing transactions, and new business ventures. His entrepreneurial experience includes serving as co-founder and financial officer for a technology start-up. Prior to launching Nevium, he worked at San Diego-based consulting firms, Westpac Institutional Bank, and Deloitte & Touche’s Financial Advisory Services group in New Zealand and San Francisco. Mr. Buss has been engaged to speak by various institutions, both nationally and internationally, on topics concerning finance, valuation, and damages.

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    San Diego, CA 92101
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    Based on our knowledge of and ability to analyze and value businesses, valuation professionals are uniquely positioned to provide valuable information to business owners and managers regarding the financial value of their brand assets. In other words, how a company's brand assets are contributing to the company's overall financial performance. This "Special Issue" of The Value Examiner is intended to kick-start the discussion on brand valuation by identifying the opportunities and challenges in completing brand valuation assignments for our clients.

    3/20/2017 · Damages
    Use of the Internet and social media has become an increasingly essential element of conducting business in the United States and globally, which in turn raises new issues for calculating damages and performing valuations. With almost every business now using the Internet and social media to conduct business, cases of Internet IP infringement, IP misuse, and defamation have increased and evolved. Before the rise of these new media, cases of infringement and defamation typically occurred in print or on television and were visually obvious.

    Most of the existing literature on copyright infringement is concerned with the valuation of intellectual property rather than the apportionment of the value that is directly attributable to the intellectual property asset at issue. Further, few of the currently proposed IP valuation methods and little of the literature addressing the determination of damages appears directly applicable to the case of copyright in the context of artistic productions. Within the creative arts, recorded music offers a particularly complex and interesting case within which to explore this issue, as different portions of the relevant copyright to the recorded song may be held by different persons.

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    phone: 855-PROLIFOGY (776-5436)
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    Premium Software Consulting Services provided by industry leading experts. Today's software users expect and demand software that is more intelligent, interactive, usable, and reliable than ever before, over a backdrop of continuously evolving technology spanning a range of platforms. To remain competitive, modern applications need to solve complex problems that have never been solved before. This requires more than just programmers. You need experts.

    All of our consultants have a Ph.D. in computer science or related discipline and at least ten years of industry experience. All have contributed to the software state-of-the-art, published original work, presented at conferences around the world, and have years of hands-on, practical industry experience. Areas include Software Design, Reliability, OOP, Pedagogy, Algorithms, Vision, Embedded Systems, Knowledge Acquisition, Programming Theory, Formal Methods, Computational Linguistics, Artificial Intelligence, and others. They know and work with today's modern programming languages and technologies. Expertise spans all aspects of the software life-cycle.

    Offering advanced software development, project management, code review & quality assurance, management consulting, expert witness services, failed project turnaround, usability analysis, and more. Available on or off site anywhere in the United States and Europe. Please see our web site for more information and additional service offerings.
    3/28/2013 · Computers
    The discovery phase of IP litigation often calls for a technical review of a software product. A code review is an activity conducted by an expert witness that involves reviewing the source code of a product to discover pertinent facts relevant to the case.

    3/28/2012 · Technology
    The situation: you have invested an enormous amount of money and company resources in developing software solutions to address client needs. Regardless of the size of your company, every dollar counts and you want to know that your investment today will ultimately produce a fast, modern, scalable, and correct software solution that will still be usable tomorrow with tomorrow's technology.

    Licensing and infringement litigation are two primary potential income sources from a patent. With licensing, the inventor permits the licensee to make, use, sell, or offer to sell a patented invention for compensation.

    10/20/2011 · Technology
    C++, one of the most widely used and known programming languages in software history, could possibly turn into one of the most unknown languages in the coming months.

    12/8/2010 · Technology
    Prolifogy's failed project turnaround service has generated increased interest recently. Specifically, it was the most requested of all service offerings last month—a fact that surprised even company officials.

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    Litigation Economics, LLC
    Wells Fargo Center
    100 South Ashley Drive, Suite 600
    Tampa FL 33602
    USA
    phone: 800-479-2341 / Cell: 650-868-6398
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    Stanley P. Stephenson, Ph.D. Economics, has provided Economic Litigation services in more than 400 cases. His experience includes Business Valuations, Economic and Quantitative Analysis and Market Assessments.

    Dr. Stephenson's Expert Witness services are provided to defense counsel and plaintiff attorneys. He has been involved in cases in various industries including high-tech manufacturing, software development, agricultural product processing, auto accessories, hotel, real estate, eating & drinking establishments, pharmaceutical, chemical, hospital, insurance, transportation, professional sports, retail, petroleum and cosmetics.

    Services Include:
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  • 12/28/2017 · Economics
    This paper presents a method for measuring economic damages in wrongful termination cases. Such cases present the damages expert with a problem since the available studies of earnings recovery after a job loss are based on a limited time period after a job loss and many workers never catch-up to the previous earnings level. A two-step approach is offered. First, the expert uses appropriate available empirical evidence to develop a typical earnings catch-up period. Second, the expert gathers information about case factors affecting the duration of the period to earnings catch-up. Using these factors, the expert modifies the base time period to develop a reasonable range of years for earnings catch-up. The ultimate choice of lost earnings is left for the court to decide, given the range presented by the expert. Cases directly or indirectly supporting this method are presented.

    5/28/2013 · Construction
    Defects that were introduced during construction can lead to classic legal disputes between owners and contractors where considerable sums of money are involved.

    4/17/2013 · Damages
    This paper focuses on business interruption litigation and how to compute lost profits as a remedy. The main contribution of the paper is development of a general model of economic damages which assesses lost profits by measuring the incremental changes in revenue, variable costs, and fixed costs.

    3/15/2013 · Damages
    Proving damages in trademark litigation-typically lost profits or disgorgement of the defendant's profits-generally involves citing the infringer's sales of the infringing product.

    11/26/2012 · Damages
    Survival risk of new businesses is a challenging issue to incorporate into lost profits analyses used in litigation, an issue some financial experts and courts ignore rather than consider explicitly. This paper considers several ways to make qualitative and quantitative adjustments for the survival rates of new businesses.

    10/25/2012 · Damages
    The forensic financial expert may be familiar with assessing lost profits, earnings capacity, or even valuing a business, but what is the expert to do about damages arising from lost ability to engage in non-market work? In a personal injury, wronful death or similar tort cases, physical limitations may restrict market and non-market work the latter forming the basis for an additional source of damages.

    Stanley P. Stephenson
    Today's economists are still concerned however with issues of value and distribution and how market forces operate to price scarce resources like labor, land, machines and more recently information and time. The field is generally divided into two areas: macroeconomics and microeconomics.
    Stanley P. Stephenson, David A. Macpherson & Gerald D. Martin
    Uses proven procedures, checklists, samples and tables to value economic loss in wrongful death and personal injury cases. Learn how to calculate damages, what to ask a forensic economist, which tables to consult for current information on damages and more.
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    Richard M. Teichner
    CPA, ABV, CVA, MAFF, CFF, CRFAC, DABFA, FCPA, CGMA, CDFA
    Providing Services Nationally
    See Offices in Reno and Las Vegas Below
    NV
    USA
    phone: 775-828-7474
    fax: 775-201-2110
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    Richard M. Teichner, CPA, ABV, CVA, MAFF, CFF, CRFAC, DABFA FCPA, CGMA, CDFA, is a Certified Public Accountant Mr. Teichner, licensed as a CPA with over 40 years of experience. Licensed in both Nevada and California, his concentration in litigation support services and business valuations in most of the recent 20 years of his career, coupled with the many years of a wide range of accounting, tax and business consulting services, enable him and his firm to provide in-depth analyses as an expert witness and consultant in a wide variety of matters. With offices in Reno and Las Vegas, Nevada, Mr. Teichner provides services throughout the United States, primarily in complex business litigation and divorce matters. He has performed services for businesses and individuals involved in various industries, such as manufacturing, distribution, retail sales, construction, real estate development, and transportation, and for professional practices, e.g. medical, law and accounting, and other service businesses. Litigation Matters - Mr. Teichner offers expert witness services to attorneys representing plaintiffs and defendants. He has testified over 40 times at trial and approximately 30 times at depositions. Mr. Teichner has been engaged as a testifying expert or consultant in a variety of complex business litigation and family law matters. Such matters have involved damages claims, contract disputes, disputes among business owners, fraud, breaches of fiduciary duty and standards of care, personal injury, and in family law matters property division, tracing, alimony, business valuations, and tax implications of divorce. Areas of Expertise:

    • Economic Damages / Lost Profits
    • Forensic Accounting
    • Financial Fraud
    • Personal Injury / Wrongful Death Damages
    • Divorce and Family Law Matters
    • Business Valuations / Appraisal
    • Franchise Valuation
    • Intangible Assets Appraisal
    • White Collar Crime
    • Standards of Care; Breach of Fiduciary Duties
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