Lawyers, judges, and juries often struggle with complex accounting, valuation, and business issues. Therefore, forensic accountants can provide valuable services to litigants and their attorneys. These services can range from interpretive analysis to damages analysis, and much more.
In this course, attendees will learn various types of litigation support services, understand the impact of a forensic accountant on all stages of litigation, and learn from a case study with real examples of forensic accounting services in action from the perspectives of a lawyer and a forensic accountant.
Mark DiMichael, a partner in the valuation and forensic services department, specializes in litigation support and valuation services. His expertise includes divorce litigation, economic damages analysis, fraud investigation, cryptocurrency, white-collar criminal defense, and business appraisals. Mark has prepared and rebutted expert reports and has experience working with companies in a wide range of industries. He has also provided expert testimony related to economic damages.
Bart J. Eagle is a commercial litigator and a counselor in business matters and a trained and experienced neutral serving as a mediator and arbitrator. Mr. Eagle currently serves as the Chair of the New York City Bar Association’s Committee on State Courts of Superior Jurisdiction. He is a member of the Association’s Council on Judicial Administration and the Council’s Efficiency Working Group. Mr. Eagle is also a member of the New York State Bar Association’s Commercial and Federal Litigation Sections. He is co-chair of the NYSBA Dispute Resolution Section’s Mediation Committee, is a member of the NYSBA Dispute Resolution Section’s Executive Committee and ADR in the Courts Committee, and is a former member of the NYCBA Alternative Dispute Resolution Committee.