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White Collar Crime Expert Witnesses Resumes:
14 years conducting and managing investigations for corporations throughout the world, concentrating on financial fraud, computewr crime and business intelligence cases.
CEO/Founder Eureka Software Solutions, Inc. - Consulting and testifying expert - software and computer systems
EW #14023 is the former Texas Banking Commissioner, and is an expert in banking and bank regulation, with 25 years of bank regulatory experience.
Experience as an expert witness in the area of crime scene interpretation, evidence processing, excessive use of force, and police practices. He has been qualified as an expert witness in Superior Court in Excessive Use of Force, Crime Scene Reconstruction and Interpretation, and Proper Police Practices.
EW #584 is the partner responsible for UK fraud practice.
Computer Crimes Investigator, Collection and analysis of digital evidence. Expert testimony, litigation support, expert reports, declarations and expert witness.
EW #2657 is a Certified Public Accountant and Fraud Examiner specializing in internal investigations of fraud in all sizes of organizations. Expert witness in fraud, misrepresentation and Fiduciary Duty matters.
Certified Fraud Examiner. Qualified to testify as an expert witness in Federal and State District Court.
Retired FBI Special Agent with 27 years of Federal law enforcement experience (15 years as an FBI Profiler) Reasonable rates.
Victor P. Republicano, Jr., CPA, is an accounting and consulting practitioner, who has provided professional services to business owners, corporate management, lawyers and their clients, since 1977.
Services include design/implementation of HR Management systems; Due Diligence; Asset Location/Preservation/Recovery; Factual Employment Screening; Expert Testimony in fraud issues.
(FBI Retired), has over 35 years of experience with State and Federal law enforcement. A graduate of the FBI Academy and the Department of Defense Polygraph Institute.
Our understanding of the litigation process and our many experiences in dispute resolution give us the ability to provide financial and business advice throughout the litigation process.
Negligence/Foreseeability/Liability/Adequacy of Security matters inolving Business, Industry and Higher Education
Marty Mercer is a Certified Public Accountant and an Attorney with over 25 years of experience in business management, financial planning, information technology, and software development.
EW #325 is a trial attorney and decorated retired federal law enforcement special agent.
Computer Forensic Investigations, Data Recovery and Network Engineering Expert.
I am a Board Certified Health Law attorney who advises on health care fraud and compliance issues, including Medicare and Medicaid fraud, anti-kickback issues, self-referral prohibitions, and the resolution of Medicare overpayment matters. I also have expertise in Medicare and Medicaid reimbursement and payment systems, and Medicare provider appeals resolution procedures. I have represented several major hospital systems in connection with Medicare payment disputes and cost report issues, and have served as a Special Assistant Attorney General for the State of Washington in connection with a major Medicare/Medicaid reimbursement matter. Specialized expertise in Medicare prospective payment systems, disproportionate share reimbursement, and outlier payments. I am a former U.S. Army JAGC attorney, and also served for several years as an attorney with the U.S. Department of Justice.
I advise on all aspects of U.S. government contracts and subcontracts, including fraud and abuse issues arising in connection with federal and state government contracts. I received an LL.M. degree in government procurement law from the George Washington University School of Law in Washington, D.C. I have authored several scholarly articles in the field of government procurement, and have lectured and written extensively in the field. My career began as a military attorney focusing in the area of defense contracts, and I was subsequently employed by the U.S. Department of Justice in connection with civilian agency contract matters. I currently provide assistance to a broad cross section of government contractors in both the defense and civilian sectors, including both U.S. and international companies, as well as large and small business concerns. Preeminent expert on government contracts; LL.M degree in government procurement law; Extensively published; Previously qualified as expert witness. Former U.S. Army and Justice Department attorney.