Credit Damage Measurement Expert Witnesses and Consultants
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Credit damage measurement experts & expert witnesses - Experts familiar with people's loss or damage to credit, credit cards, credit reports, poor credit, credit repair and creditor negligence. Serve as Credit expert witnesses and credit forensic consultants in credit legal matters, and provide credit expert reports and testimony for judges, attorneys, lawyers, law firms, insurance companies and government agencies in Federal and state court trials and arbitrations.
The listings below are all Credit Damage Measurement expert witnesses and consultants.
Expert ListingsRonald Barone
Dix Hills, NY
Ron Barone is a financial executive, having formerly worked at Standard & Poors Ratings Services for 22 years. Specializing in corporate credit analysis and research, Ron developed many of the corporate criteria currently in use at S&P and has published numerous thought leadership commentaries, including topics such as S&Ps Annual Corporate Outlook, Global Refunding, and M&A Outlook.
Easy Credit Relief Inc.
Westlake Village, CA
Credit Damages Expert. Doug Minor is Founder & President of Easy Credit Relief, Inc. and Author of Anatomy of Credit Scores. Has 25 years in the Mortgage, Personal Finance and Consumer Credit space. He has vast knowledge of Credit Reports,Credit Scores and is recognized by CDIA of Washington D.C. as FCRA certified. No geographical restrictions
Smith Economic Group Ltd.
Stan V. Smith, PHD
Assisted in the successful resolution of thousands of lawsuits on behalf of clients that include many dozens of the nation's largest law firms, the U.S. Department of Justice, as well as thousands of other prominent plaintiff and defense law firms in almost every state.
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. Earlier, he was an analyst at Standard and Poors and has also consulted with Bloomberg, explaining complex financial developments to groups of Bloomberg journalists. He currently serves as a FINRA arbitrator.
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