Dave began his career in 1993 in the Charlotte office of MDD Forensic Accountants. In 1999, he opened the firm’s Washington, DC office where he is now a Partner.
Dave has a wealth of experience quantifying economic damages. His areas of concentration include business interruption, extra expenses/increased costs, physical damages, fraud and investigations, products liability & recall, stock & contents and construction defects & claims.
He has experience across a broad range of industries such as automotive, manufacturing, chemical production, software development, food service, agriculture, healthcare, general contracting, construction, pulp and paper, textiles, hospitals, hotels, housing, mining, government and steel.
David has been engaged on numerous litigation related assignments, including class actions and an automotive dealership termination arbitration as set forth by U.S. Congress. He has reviewed and analyzed transcripts; prepared inquiries of witnesses under oath and expert reports; and assisted with all aspects of discovery including the preparation of document responses and document requests. He is also available to provide expert witness testimony when needed.
David has spoken at various American Bar Association TIPS conferences and U.S. law events. He has also conducted seminars for legal and insurance professionals on business interruption and other forensic accounting topics.
David is a graduate of Western Kentucky University where he earned his Bachelor of Science degree in Finance.