Securities Fraud Expert Witnesses

Securities fraud expert witnesses and consultants listed here may be able to form expert opinions, draft expert witness reports, provide expert witness testimony at deposition and/or trial as or serve as consulting (non-testifying) experts on securities fraud. The securities fraud expert witness listings on this page are typically from fields/areas of expertise such as: Accounting, Banking, Cannabis, Economics, Electrical Engineering, Financial, Fraud, Securities & Investments, Statistics, and Telecommunications.

Katheryn R Scott Driftwood Investigations LLC

Daphne, Alabama
Fraud, Accounting - White-Collar Fraud, Embezzlement, Bank Fraud, Securities Fraud, Public Corruption, Credit Card Fraud, Elderly Exploitation, Locate Hidden Assets, Heirs Research for Probate Estates, Financial Forensics, Money Laundering, Criminal Defense, Civil Cases, Capital Murder Cases, Mitigation Specialist
I have extensive experience in the areas of fraud prevention, detection and investigation; data analytics; controller and general accounting; Sarbanes-Oxley Compliance; internal auditing; internal control assessments; business process mapping; financial analysis and reporting; and reconstruction of financial records. My career was built on taking apart financial records and putting them back together again in a cohesive story. I am currently licensed in Alabama as a Private Investigator (#689) and have held the Certified Fraud Examiner designation for over 20 years. I retired from the Federal Bureau of Investigations (FBI) as Sr. Forensic Accountant in 2017, which led to my starting my own practice to continue doing the work I love with the U.S. Attorney's Office, FBI, Secret Service, Defense Attorneys and the public. I previously held certifications in: Certified Internal Auditor (2001-2016), Certified in Control Self-Assessment (2002-2016), Accreditation in Internal Quality Asses...

David G. Campbell, PhD Wicomico Analytics Group LLC

California
Economics, Statistics - Damages, Antitrust, Statistical Sampling, Class Certification, Healthcare, Health Insurance, Medicare Fraud, Intellectual Property, Patent, Insurance Coverage, Securities Fraud, Environmental Disputes
David is a versatile economist who has worked in private consulting for 20+ years. He has been an Economics professor at several Southern California colleges, where he taught economic theory, econometrics, statistics, and finance. For several years he led an Antitrust Seminar in the joint Law School/Business School program at Pepperdine. David's research is well-cited; his article on Productivity Dynamics has over 1400 citations on Google Scholar. David has been retained as an economic and statistical expert in litigation matters in both U.S. District courts and state courts. He has opined in antitrust, medicare fraud, and intellectual property matters. In addition to his expert witness testimony, David has consulted for a wide variety of corporate and government clients. Last year, he served as chief statistician for the first-ever audit of the US Navy.

Peter John Ingersoll, CCIM Safe Harbour Equity, Inc.

Oceanside, California
Cannabis, Securities & Investments - Cannabis, marijuana, banking and financing, receiverships, bankruptcy, FINRA, syndication, 1031 exchanges, investor disputes, securities fraud, breach of contract, breach of fiduciary duty, investor lawsuits, unregistered securities, investor fraud, shareholder disputes, governance, compliance
Cannabis real estate and investment thought leader. Managing director and cannabis product chair for Sperry Commercial Global Affiliates, the first national real estate firm to embrace cannabis as legitimate investment sector. Expertise in cannabis including breach of contract issues, breach of fiduciary duty, financing & private equity, governance documents, 1031 exchanges, sale-leasebacks, broken development deals, partner disputes, receiverships (bankruptcy is not available for cannabis enterprises), investor disputes, and unregistered securities litigation. Former Series 65 registered investment advisor. Graduate of Wharton School – University of Pennsylvania - BS of Economics. Co-Captain of the wrestling team

Thomas G. Taliaferro, CIMA®, AIF®

San Diego, California
Securities & Investments, Financial - Breach of fiduciary duty, Uniform Prudent Investors Act, churning, suitability, broker/dealer standards and compliance, investment advisor, portfolio management, asset allocation, unauthorized trading, elder abuse, FINRA, financial advisor, financial planning, branch management, securities fraud
Financial advisor/portfolio manager with over 30 years’ professional experience including serving as a Senior Vice President for both Morgan Stanley and Wells Fargo Advisors. Extensive experience with high net-worth and ultra-high-net worth clients. Supervisory experience includes managing 55 financial advisors with accounts totaling in excess of $4 billion and addressing numerous employment issues at broker/dealers. Spotless compliance record. Have testified as an expert witness in AAA, FINRA and Superior court venues and deposition. Member of Securities Experts Roundtable and public speaker. Professional Designations: Wharton School Executive Education)-- Certified Investment Management Analyst Senior Financial Advisor Senior Branch Manager FINRA--Dispute Resolution Arbitrator Center for Fiduciary Studies--Accredited Investment Fiduciary IMCA--Certification--Fiduciary Best Practices Licenses Held: Series 7—General Securities License--1985 Series 3—National Commodities ...

Mark A McFarland, PE, DFE Discovery Engineering

Boulder, Colorado
Electrical Engineering, Telecommunications - electrocution, electronics, networks, wireless, cellular, 5G, GPS, radar, securities fraud, LTE, cell phones, quality sciences, applied research, RF, interference, radio, satellite, Internet, control systems, instrumentation, appliances, rfid, mobile, software, licenses, contracts,
Mark McFarland, PE, DFE, is the founder and CEO of Discovery Engineering. Mark provides expert consulting services on civil and criminal cases nationwide. Mark's practice covers a wide range of cases, typically involving electrical, electronic, or telecommunications phenomena. He has worked with lawyers in several fields including: wrongful death, personal injury, product liability, securities fraud, homicide, human trafficking, medical malpractice, class action, insurance claims, auto accidents, contract disputes, and more. Contact Mark at Discovery Engineering when you have litigation involving electrical, electronic, cellular, or GPS evidence. Licensed & Board Certified. 720-593-1640 For more information, give me a call, download my CV, visit my website, or read my full bio below. Have a fantastic day! ----------------------------------------------- Mark McFarland, P.E., D.F.E., is a licensed and Board certified engineer and statistician with 25+ years of experience in el...

Gordon Yale, CPA, CFF, CFE Yale Forensics

Denver, Colorado
Securities & Investments, Accounting - Adequacy of disclosure in securities offerings , adequacy of due diligence by brokers and investment advisers, accounting and audit negligence, private placement of securities, real estate investments, fixed income securities, Ponzi schemes, financial analysis, life settlements, securities fraud.
I have testified in state and federal courts, SEC administrative hearings, FINRA and private arbitrations. Cases have included multi-billion Ponzi schemes including Medical Capital Secured Notes, Provident Royalties Preferred Stock, DBSI Housing TICs, Notes, and various land funds, IMH Secured Loan Funds, Discovery Oil, InterBank Funding Income Fixed Rate Participating Notes, Dallas Proton Treatment Center, LLC Convertible Notes and other investments including partnerships, privately offered REITs. I have conducted three investigations of Big 4 accounting firms in connection with their audits of thrift institutions, including Silverado Saving and Loan, for the Colorado Board of Accountancy, done municipal bond valuations for the state of Hawaii and served as an expert for the state of Florida in its action against Angelo Mozilo, the co-founder and former CEO of Countrywide Financial Corporation. I have owned a securities broker-dealer, worked as an investment banker and fixed ...

David G. Campbell, PhD Wicomico Analytics Group LLC

Washington, District Of Columbia
Economics, Statistics - Damages, Antitrust, Statistical Sampling, Class Certification, Healthcare, Health Insurance, Medicare Fraud, Intellectual Property, Patent, Insurance Coverage, Securities Fraud, Environmental Disputes
David is a versatile economist who has worked in private consulting for 20+ years. He has been an Economics professor at several Southern California colleges, where he taught economic theory, econometrics, statistics, and finance. For several years he led an Antitrust Seminar in the joint Law School/Business School program at Pepperdine. David's research is well-cited; his article on Productivity Dynamics has over 1400 citations on Google Scholar. David has been retained as an economic and statistical expert in litigation matters in both U.S. District courts and state courts. He has opined in antitrust, medicare fraud, and intellectual property matters. In addition to his expert witness testimony, David has consulted for a wide variety of corporate and government clients. Last year, he served as chief statistician for the first-ever audit of the US Navy.

Michael N Christiansen Civis Principia LLC

Las Vegas, Nevada
Banking, Financial - asset tracing, asset tracing analytics, securities transactions, securities compliance, securities fraud, broker-dealer, FINRA compliance, SEC compliance, securities regulatory compliance, financial due diligence, corporate governance, reverse mergers, bankruptcy, solvency, macroeconomics
Experienced investment banker, corporate executive, and consulting economist. Senior investment banker with 25+ years at Weild & Co., WestPark Capital, Prudential Securities, Seidler Amdec Securities, and Laffer Associates. Advised issuers on over $2 billion of public and private equity transactions, mergers & acquisitions, and strategic advisory engagements, focused on enterprise technology, consumer, retailing, and natural resources. Senior corporate executive responsibilities include 10+ years with small cap public and private companies in enterprise technology, digital media, and natural resources industry sectors. Currently serving on Board of Directors of two listed public companies, with audit committee chairmanship. Five years’ service as CFO of FINRA-registered broker-dealer, including participation on commitment and compliance committees. Served as chairman of two official committees representing unsecured creditors in bankruptcy litigation, most recently from 2018...

Don May, PhD DMA Economics

Cortlandt Manor, New York
Economics, Accounting - Economic damages, lost profits, securities fraud, lost business value, theft of trade secrets, breach of contract, damages, product mislabeling damages, business valuation
Don May is Managing Partner at DMA Economics LLC and possesses over 35 years’ experience in consulting, valuation and litigation support as well as researching, publishing and teaching at the university level. His experience includes implementing a broad range of damage analyses and valuations for businesses of various sizes and in numerous industries. Prior to founding DMA Economics, 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. Dr. May has prepared expert reports and testified in federal and state courts as well as AAA, JAMS, and FINRA arbitration hearings and has effectively communicated as an expert witness testifier and consultant in several multi-million dollar cases. Some examples of recent matters Dr. May has been asked to ...