With more than thirty-three years of experience as a forensic accountant, Thomas Neches is a leading CPA expert witness in the LA area. He has testified as a CPA expert witness in state and federal courts nationwide on behalf of both plaintiffs and defendants in a broad range of case types and industries.
Forensic accountants provide accounting services in the context of a legal proceeding. To justify the cost of retaining a forensic accountant, the amount in dispute typically is significant, from tens of thousands to tens of millions of dollars. No matter how large or small the amount at stake may be, we have the experience and resources to help you.
Mr. Neches’s credentials include:
To maintain these credentials, Mr. Neches participates in Continuing Professional Education classes every year.
Contact attorneys who have retained Mr. Neches to learn more about the services he provided them. See References
As a forensic accountant, Mr. Neches has testified as a CPA expert witness regarding his findings and opinions more than 90 times.
The discounted present value of “but-for” historical and projected future profit less actual and currently-projected profit
The flip side of plaintiff’s lost profit – how much additional profit did the defendant earn resulting from its alleged wrongful acts?
The equivalent of lost profit for individuals
Applying business valuation techniques to determine the “but-for” and actual value of a business
Applying the Georgia-Pacific factors in a patent or trademark case
Performing accounting analyses to answer questions like “Was the company sufficiently capitalized?”
Located in downtown Los Angeles, Thomas Neches & Company LLP offers forensic accounting services both locally and nationwide. Since its founding on January 1, 2000, Thomas Neches & Company LLP has been retained in over 500 engagements. In every case, Mr. Neches has been the hands-on manager of the analysis, the person who authors all reports, and the person who provides the CPA expert testimony.
To date, our largest case (in terms of amount awarded at trial) has been Image Technical Service, Inc., et al. v. Eastman Kodak Company, a well-known antitrust case in which, based on Mr. Neches’ CPA expert testimony on behalf of plaintiffs, the jury awarded plaintiffs $23,948,300, which was trebled under antitrust law to $71,844,900. This case is often cited by attorneys dealing with the issue of the intersection of antitrust and patent law.
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