Mark joined MDD Forensic Accountants’ Toronto office in 2004. Prior to joining MDD, Mark was a partner at a large national accounting firm. He is the practice leader for litigation services in Canada and is a Partner/Senior Vice President at the firm.
With more than 30 years’ forensic accounting expertise, Mark has conducted over 2000 investigations. Some of the areas he’s worked in include loss of income, expropriations damage quantifications, fraud and employee defalcations, intellectual property assessments involving patents & copyrights, personal injury & wrongful death, breach of contract and product liability & recall.
Mark’s assignments have covered a wide range of industries including automotive, power generation, mining and refining, steel manufacturing, oil and gas, construction, chemical manufacturing, hotels and resorts, retail and wholesale and transportation.
Mark provides litigation support in business disputes, shareholder and partner disputes and business income loss matters. He has provided expert testimony before the Superior Court of Ontario, The Alberta Court of the Queen’s Bench, The Supreme Court of Nova Scotia and in the Federal Court of Canada – as well as expert testimony on the financial viability of an entity’s operations in both criminal and civil proceedings.
Mark has acted on numerous occasions as an Appraiser under the Insurance Act and has been appointed to act as Umpire. He has also been appointed by the RCMP and Anti-Rackets Section of the Ontario Provincial Police to oversee in-house forensic accounting services.
He is a much sought after speaker and seminar leader on the subject of business interruption and loss of income claims.
Mark received his Bachelor of Commerce degree from McMaster University where he graduated summa cum laude.