Christopher D Dore, PhD, MBA, MCIfA, RPA, CFLC
Heritage Business International
archeology, archaeology, archaeological resources protection act, ARPA, cultural resources, heritage, national historic preservation act, antiquity, artifact, smuggling, trafficking, anthropology, cemetery, excavation, damage assessment, Native American, looting, environmental
Dr. Christopher D. Dore, Registered Professional Archaeologist 10331 and a Certified Forensic Litigation Consultant, provides expert witness services in the fields of archaeology, anthropology, and cultural resource/heritage management. He has trial, deposition, and consulting experience. His expert services focus on the investigation, assessment, and valuation of damage resulting from impacts to archaeological resources under the Archaeological Resources Protection Act and other laws.
With an MBA in addition to his doctoral degree in anthropology, Dr. Dore is particularly sought after for cases involving the valuation of damage. In addition to services focused on damage to archaeological resources, Dr. Dore also provides expert services on topics of cultural resource compliance under laws such as the National Historic Preservation Act, California Environmental Quality Act, and the National Environmental Policy Act.
Dr. Dore has participated in criminal and civil cases for both th...