Tim Sherman has nearly twenty years of experience applying accounting, financial, and economic principles in various dispute and non-dispute contexts. He has performed valuations, calculated damages, and analyzed complex accounting issues in a variety of industries, including entertainment, technology, financial services, and aerospace. He has managed large teams for litigation and investigation related projects. Mr. Sherman’s work has involved writing expert reports pursuant to FRCP Rule 26, preparing complex damage schedules, assisting with discovery (e.g., document requests and depositions), and preparing for trial. Mr. Sherman’s experience includes:
- Investigating misstatements in publicly filed financial statements and determining the impact of misstatements on previously issued financial statements.
- Calculating damages and identifying and interpreting accounting guidance related to inventory valuation in a dispute regarding the price paid in a business acquisition.
- Evaluating auditor compliance with generally accepted auditing standards related to the recognition of fictitious revenues and cash balances.
- Calculating lost profits and reasonable royalties in multiple patent infringement disputes.
- B.A., Pomona College
- M.B.A., the Stern School of Business at New York University
- Certified Public Accountant (CPA) - California
- Accredited in Business Valuation (ABV) - AICPA