Litigation Finance Expert Witnesses and Consultants
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Expert accountants with emphasis on court fees, attorney fees, and financial options for litigation.
The listings below are all Litigation Finance expert witnesses and consultants.

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Stuart Greenberg, Financial/Banking ExpertStuart Greenberg, Inc.
Stuart Greenberg, Financial/Banking Expert
Baltimore, MD
30+ years Commercial Banking experience. Areas include: Bank Lending Practices, Bankruptcy, Loan Fraud, Interest Rates, Credit Policy Issues, Director/Officer Conduct, Real Estate Appraisals, Banking Regulations, Loan Commitments, & Lender Liability.

Theodore SturtzTheodore Sturtz
Theodore Sturtz
Plainfield, NJ
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 Poor’s and has also consulted with Bloomberg, explaining complex financial developments to groups of Bloomberg journalists. He currently serves as a FINRA arbitrator.

Jack Webster, Mr.

San Diego, CA
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Expertise: Construction and Permanent lending for medium to large RE projects (33 years) and former Co-Chairman of the Senior RE Loan Committee for Union Bank, CA; SVP and Manager of the Real Estate Banking Group for B of A, San Diego. Specific Areas of Expertise include: Commercial leases • Commercial lending • Committee approval processes • Credit policies and procedures • Managing forbearance agreements • Credit administration and underwriting. Prior Areas of Testimony or Consulting: Lender liability—S&Ls, banks, and mortgage companies • Alleged non-performance by financial institutions • Verbal commitments by lenders • Financing feasibility • Standards of care in underwriting • Credit procedures • Appraisal competency • Partnership disputes • Mortgage company “duties” to clients. Services Provided: Quick initial review and opinion regarding weaknesses and strengths of allegation • Provide suggestions for direction and elements to pursue • Expert testimony and court appearances • Consulting expert • Preparation of relevant materials / schedules to illustrate points • Evaluation of opposition experts and the expert’s testimony.

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