Jaipur, Rajasthan India (PressExposure) July 10, 2009 -- As a partner of B2B SFO, Mr. Mercer offers expert witness services, forensic accounting, fraud investigation, and litigation support. The expert applies his knowledge and experience in accounting, business, and finance in order to assist attorneys in the process of litigation and fraud investigation, among others. Mr. Mercer earned his bachelorâs degree from the University of California in 1978. He completed his degree in economics and accounting with honors. In 1981, he received a Juris Doctorate at the University of the Pacific, McGeorge School of Law in Sacramento. After the completion of his doctorate, Mr. Mercer has been working as a licensed Certified Public Accountant and Attorney. In addition, he participates in the B2B SFO network of companies that provide fraud investigation, forensics accounting, expert witness services, and litigation support.
The Forensic Accounting & Expert Witness Services of Mr. Mercer focus on the investigation of financial and computer-related white collar crime. His job specialties include the provision of litigation services that aim to assist the composition and preparation of exhibits, depositions, direct and cross examinations, interrogatories, pleadings, and responses. Mr. Mercer is adept at analyzing complex transactions with real estate properties. He examines them for signals of possible fraud or malfeasance. In his work, the expert cooperates with local law enforcement officials and the FBI. For the Federal Bureau, Mr. Mercer compiles criminal referrals and investigative reports. He is also engaged in statistical analysis of automotive loan pools. Mr. Mercer compares the loan default rates accepted from automotive dealers of dubious reputation with the automotive dealers at large. His aim is to establish whether the loan default rates are much shorter in the first case.
In addition, Mr. Mercer arranges the defense of company owners who are accused of mismanagement by their business partners. He was successful in the location of hidden assets owned by the Savings & Loans institutions which were appropriated by some former employees and directors. Moreover, Mr. Mercer secured litigation support that aimed at the substantiation of a $ 50 million deduction of accelerated capital interest that was initially denied by the Internal Revenue Service. Mr. Mercer managed to quantify critical data on 20 thousand homes that were constructed in the Denver Metropolitan Area. In this manner, he was able to provide litigation support for âexpansive soilsâ class litigation. Finally, Mr. Mercer was successful in uncovering fraud and embezzlement of company revenues and client reserves, committed by senior executives. you can get more details here - [http://www.b2bcfo.com/forensic_accounting/expert_witness.htm]