Richard M. Teichner, CPA, ABV, CVA®, MAFF®, CFF, CRFAC®, DABFA®, FCPA™, CGMA®, CDFA Expert Witness
Curriculum Vitae

Contact Information

  • Company: Teichner Accounting Forensics & Valuations, PLLC
  • Phone: 775-828-7474
  • Cell: 775-530-5106
  • Fax: 775-201-2110
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Specialties & Experience

General Specialties: Accounting and Business Damages

Specialty Focus: Forensic Accounting, Economic Damages, Business Disputes, Partner Disputes, Contract Breaches, Tortious Acts, Fiduciary Responsibility Breaches, Standards of Care, Business Valuations, Fraud, White Collar Crime, Divorce

Years in Practice: 40+

Number of Times Deposed/Testified in Last 4 Yrs: 20

Additional Information

With offices in Reno and Las Vegas, I render expert testimony and consulting services throughout the U.S., primarily in complex business litigation, criminal defense and divorce matters. The services that are performed in litigation matters involve forensic accounting issues; economic damage claims; financial fraud; partner/shareholder disputes; breaches of fiduciary duties; standards of care; personal injury/wrongful death; white collar crime; business valuations; and in family law matters the services involve valuation of businesses, property division, tracing, tax issues, and spousal support. I am a CPA, Accredited in Business Valuations (ABV), and a Certified Valuation Analyst (CVA®), a Master Analyst in Financial Forensics® (MAFF®), a Certified Financial Forensic (CFF), a Certified Forensic Accountant® (CRFAC®), a Diplomate of the American Board of Forensic Accounting® (DABFA®), a Forensic Certified Public Accountant™ (FCPA™), a Chartered Global Management Accountant® (CGMA®), and a Certified Divorce Financial Analyst® (CDFA®). Forensic accounting: Diversion, concealment and other misappropriations of income or funds and other assets; breaches of fiduciary duties due to misuse of funds or other assets; whether the integrity of a business entity has been compromised under an alter ego premise; separate versus community property in divorce matters based on tracing of sources and uses of funds and other assets. Economic damages: Contract disputes involving goods and services, commissions, royalties, etc.; lost earnings based on tort claims; business interruptions; wrongful discharge claims; personal injury claims; damages relative to standards of care involving accounting issues. Business valuations: Purchases or sales of businesses, professional practices, sales price of businesses or business interests in negotiated sales or in mandatory buy-outs. I have testified 40+ times at trial and 40+ times at deposition.