Brad has over 30 years of experience in forensic accounting and economic damage quantification assessments and leads the firm’s global mining practice.
He has conducted, or been involved in, over 2,000 assignments across a wide range of industries in Canada and around the world. These industries include mining and refining, oil and gas, power generation and distribution, construction, steel and aluminum, hotels and resorts, forest products industries and agriculture. He has also quantified economic damages in transportation matters arising from train derailments, aircraft manufacturing losses, marine fire losses and cargo evaluations.
Brad’s practice areas include fraud, concealment & misrepresentation, business interruption, entertainment contingency claims, products liability & recall, personal injury and wrongful death, and fidelity claims.
He has provided litigation support and economic damage quantification in matters involving business income loss, physical damage and property loss, bodily injury economic loss and third party loss quantification and has provided expert testimony on these matters before the Ontario Superior Court of Justice and the Queen’s Bench of New Brunswick.
Brad has been appointed as an Appraiser under the Insurance Act and provided expert evidence at Appraisal hearings on numerous occasions.
He has been a guest speaker and seminar leader on many occasions on economic loss and damage topics such as business interruption and loss of income.
Brad is a graduate of Waterloo University where he received a Bachelor of Mathematics degree with a Chartered Accountancy option. He joined MDD Forensic Accountants in 1984 and became a Partner with the firm in 1990. He serves as President of MDD Canada.