Join us on Wednesday, November 12, 2014
for our guest speaker Stacy Kinsel.
Stacy is a partner of Kinsel Forensic Accounting LLP. She has over 20 years of experience with forensic accounting and fraud investigations. Her expertise includes the analysis and measurement of economic damages resulting from business interruption losses, commercial litigation disputes, loss of earnings calculations, employee theft, first party property claims, corporate fraud, third party claims, product liability matters, family law, wage & hours analysis, malpractice claims and other types of disputes involving the quantification of damages. She has been involved with the preparation and/or review of over a thousand damage claims. Stacy has also performed business valuations related to contractual disputes, family law matters, partnership disputes and various third party claims. She has investigated numerous fraud matters including employee dishonesty, embezzlement, elder financial abuse, thefts of cash and inventory, financial statement manipulation and fraudulent expenses. Stacy earned both her Masters Degree in Accounting and Bachelor of Science degree in Accounting from the University of Southern California. She is a Certified Public Accountant in the State of California and is also Certified in Financial Forensics by the AICPA. Stacy is a Certified Fraud Examiner. She has conducted seminars on loss of earnings, business interruption calculations, fidelity loss investigations and other forensic accounting issues. Stacy has been qualified and testified as an expert witness in both Federal and State courts on forensic accounting matters and economic damage calculations.
SELECT TESTIFYING EXPERIENCE
• Measurement of fraudulent corporate and individual behavior regarding complex financial transactions of an automobile financing company with regards to a fidelity bond claim.
• Analysis of billing practices and measurement of amounts overcharged by business manager to a major entertainment celebrity client.
• Calculation of business interruption loss and extra expenses incurred by refinery as a result of damage to pipeline.
• Quantification of financial loss from exploitation of senior citizen’s assets.
• Measurement of loss of earnings of self employed individual as a result of personal injury. • Quantification of wrongful death claim by survivor.
• Investigation of fraudulent transactions of a not-for –profit organization.
• Forensic analysis of business transactions in conjunction with partnership dispute.
• Quantification of economic damages related to health care provider as a result of contractual dispute.