Find a Mergers & Acquisitions Expert
Mergers & Acquisitions experts serve as expert witnesses and forensic consultants in Quebec legal matters, and provide expert reports and testimony for judges, attorneys, lawyers, law firms, insurance companies and government agencies in Federal and state court trials and arbitrations in Quebec.
The listings below are of Mergers & Acquisitions experts serving Quebec.
Expert ListingsFive Management, LLC
Douglas E. Johnston, Jr.
Santa Monica, CA
Doug Johnston is an expert witness in banking & finance, and an investigative business consultant. His experience includes having served as a CEO, President and/or EVP in leading Commercial Banking, Private Equity, Mergers and Acquisitions, and Real Estate companies. Trained at an AAA-rated major East Coast bank, he was honored early in his career as a bank President before establishing and managing five full-service bank offices in Texas and California. His service includes 19 years in commercial banking plus 7 years as EVP-Finance and Administration of the largest private company in Los Angeles where he arranged financing for over 40 acquisitions and managed over 100 banking relationships.
Finaxstrure Associates, LLC
Rancho Santa Fe, CA
Frank Tirelli (CPA) had a 30 year career with Deloitte, both in the US and Italy. Frank was a Senior Partner serving some of Deloittes most high profile clients, both publicly traded and private companies. Such services included significant experience in stock option planning and valuation, business valuations, merger and acquisition planning, post merger integration planning, International tax planning, professional service firm management, personal service firm mergers and post merger integration, revenue enhancement strategies for professional services firms, and human resource strategies for professional services firms.. Office locations in Los Angeles, San Diego and Orange County.
Expert Witness Consulting Services ("EWCS")
New York, NY
Our professionals deliver financial opinions and have delivered these opinions on a variety of transactions domestically and internationally including, but not limited to: Going Private Transactions Spin Offs of Business Units Intra-Fund Transactions Breach of Contract Patent portfolio transactions and infringements Conversion of creditor claims into a controlling interest in a company Allocation of equity and other consideration among multiple classes of security holders Consideration received or paid in conjunction with the sale or purchase of a business Tax Compliance Lost Company Profits Mergers & Acquisitions Employee Disputes Monetization of Intangible Assets Benefit Programs Risk Assessment: Retirement Benefit and Liabilities Calculation Disputes: Actuarial Assumptions and Methods Analysis and Validation
Ted Sturtz is a financial professional with more than two decades of both U.S. and global investment banking and capital markets experience across industries. Highly experienced in due diligence/required disclosure in mergers & acquisitions. Also expert in: Financial Statements and Credit Risk Analysis, Credit Research, Financing Related Due Diligence, Corporate Debt, Hybrid Securities and Preferred Stock, Financing Execution, Including Creation of Legal Offering Documents, Including LBOs, Off-Balance Sheet Obligations, Management and Corporate
Econ One Research
Dr. Stephan Levy is an economist with over 22 years experience analyzing antitrust, intellectual property, and other commercial litigation claims. Clients have entrusted Dr. Levy with evaluating complex issues, such as defining relevant antitrust markets, determining market power using direct and indirect evidence, analyzing the competitive effects of horizontal and vertical conduct, estimating damages, determining reasonable royalties, and analyzing the commercial success of patented innovations. He has been designated as an expert witness in several antitrust and other commercial litigations and has testified before administrative and Federal courts. Dr. Levy has testified and consulted in numerous industries including pharmaceuticals, health care, sports and entertainment, and telecommunications. He has held positions at the U.S. Federal Trade Commission and several prominent consulting firms, and he is a former instructor at Indiana University. He holds a B.A. in economics from Tulane University and a Ph.D. in business economics and public policy from Indiana Universitys Kelley School of Business.