Philippe is a Senior Manager / Vice President at Matson, Driscoll and Damico’s Montreal office.
He has been a forensic accountant since 1995 and has worked on more than 500 investigations. Philippe’s practice areas include builders’ risk & soft costs, business disputes, extra expenses/increased costs, intellectual property, liability losses, lost profits, mining & refining, subrogation, transportation, business interruption, stock & contents, construction defects & claims, physical damages, products liability & recall, contingency/entertainment insurance claims, fidelity claims, personal injury and wrongful death. He is also adept at performing analyses of past and future income loss.
Philippe has provided expert reports for matters in Canada, the U.S., Europe and the Middle East. He has reviewed claims related to the quantification of businesses and property losses for the UNCC (United Nations Compensation Commission) in Geneva from 1999 to 2001 as well as those connected to a fertilizer plant explosion that occurred in Toulouse, France.
Philippe has also given expert testimony on the quantification of business losses and commercial disputes before the Superior Court of Quebec.
He has conducted or participated in numerous seminars and workshops.
Philippe is a graduate of McGill University where he received a Bachelor of Commerce degree.