Uncover Facts and Quantify Damages: Attorney Roundtable


Course Description:
When clients find themselves in the middle of a lawsuit, a top priority is evaluating and quantifying economic damages. Forensic accounting professionals can provide guidance to develop supportable, credible calculations. Join us for a roundtable discussion on how our experienced team can utilize court-accepted methodologies to calculate or rebut damages for your client.

Learning Objectives:

  • Defining economic damages and related terminology.
  • Discussing approaches to calculating losses.
  • Identifying common mistakes/pitfalls when quantifying damages.
Jeff Johnston, CPA, ABV, CFF, Director – Fraud & Forensics Advisory | Eide Bailly
Jeff has more than 25 years’ experience providing advisory services in forensic accounting, litigation support, insurance recovery and business valuations. Jeff has conducted complex damage studies that involve everything from lost sales and profits to business valuations and has testified as an expert witness in court and arbitration. Jeff provides counsel to CEOs, CFOs, risk managers and business owners across a range of industries, including manufacturing, financial services, distribution, healthcare, hospitality, construction, real estate, energy and agriculture. He has also performed forensic accounting and other factual analyses for a variety of companies.

Norm Kur, CFE, CMA, AM, Director - Fraud & Forensics Advisory | Eide Bailly
Norm provides a breadth of forensic accounting and economics services to clients, specializing in calculating lost profits and other types of economic damages. He provides expert testimony and consulting services in the context of litigation, arbitration and mediation. Norm also has experience with matters requiring forensic investigation, asset tracing and business valuation expertise. Norm is detail-oriented without losing sight of the big picture, and his work product is thoughtful and thorough. Norm recognizes that surprises are unwelcome, especially in a dispute context, so you can expect regular communication with him over the course of an engagement.


Save the Date:

Our attorney roundtable series will cover topics including fraud and forensics, wealth planning and eDiscovery. Save the date for our future roundtables:

January 20, 2023 | Building a Robust Wealth and Estate Plan for Your Client 
April 12, 2023 | eDiscovery Management: A Strategic Relationship

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