Phillip G. Cantrell is a nationwide provider of Mortgage Consulting and Banking Expert WitnessServices. He has 45 years of experience in his field. Mr. Cantrell is a former advisor for the Federal National Mortgage Association (FNMA) and has done work for the FHLMC. He consults with State and federal agencies and possesses in-depth knowledge in all areas of operations of the mortgage industry.
Litigation Support- Mr. Cantrell has been providing services to the legal industry for over 15 years. With a strong record of accomplishments with superior results, he has the ability to relate to clients and their needs.
Mr. Cantrell represents both Plaintiffs and Defendants. Retained as an expert witness over 40 times, he has rendered opinions on cases involving mortgage fraud, closing and title issues, appraisal issues, compliance, servicing, HAMP loan modifications, and secondary marketing.
Click the following link for cases in which Mr. Cantrell has been named and designated as an Expert Witness, representing both Plaintiffs and Defendants in different capacities: Designated Expert Witness Case List.
Areas of Expertise:
Home Equity Lines of Credit
Disclosure / Compliance
Title Closing Issues
HAMP Loan Modifications
Credit Reporting Issues / Damages
"Phil has extensive knowledge in all aspects of the mortgage lending industry. His ability to dissect the financial terms and conditions of a particular loan transaction or product was an invaluable resource in terms of understanding the transaction and allowing the lawyers to formulate the appropriate claims to pursue. " - George W. Walker: Pope, McClamry, Kilpatrick, Morrison & Norwood, LLP
Danny 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 banks, financial transactions and lending transactions.
Our founder, Danny F. Dukes, has spent over 30 years in the financial institutions and mortgage industry. Danny understands all aspects of mortgage and financial institution transactions including policies and best practices.
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 generally 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.
As Co-Author of Anatomy of Credit Scores and Founder / President of Easy Credit Relief, Inc., Doug Minor focuses on helping and teaching people how to understand the credit system. Showing them the best ways to use credit and maximize their score. Doug has been reviewing personal credit reports and financial profiles of individuals for more than 30 years. He has happily been quoted and interviewed for articles appearing in FoxBusiness.com, Yahoo! Finance, and Entrepreneur Magazine. During this time he has enjoyed answering thousands of questions regarding credit scores and the information contained in credit reports. Having a pragmatic disposition as well a broad base of experience in business he has the unique knowledge and academics to assess damages. He has performed training classes to audiences of all levels of sophistication including Professional Groups, Lenders, CEO’s, and Consumers. As a respected Expert in Credit Related Damages, Credit Reporting, and Scoring he serves as a litigation consultant / expert witness for those involved in credit reporting, credit scores and quantifing the associated damages.
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Dr. Stan V. Smith is a nationally renowned Economist and Financial Consultant providing analysis in simple terms that any trier-of-fact can understand. As an expert consultant to plaintiff and defense attorneys representing clients in Federal State courts, he provides testimony and litigation support services in evaluating damages.
Dr. Smith provides Analysis, Testimony, and Litigation Support Services in Evaluating Damages for plaintiff and defense attorneys representing clients in federal and state courts nationwide. His concept of Hedonic Damages is acknowledged by judges, attorneys, and legal journalists as one of the most innovative tort concepts in the last 30 years. He has been interviewed and published in dozens of respected professional journals. Dr. Smith has assisted in the successful resolution of thousands of lawsuits on behalf of clients that include many dozens of the nation's largest law firms, the U.S. Department of Justice, as well as thousands of other prominent plaintiff and defense law firms in almost every state.
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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:
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