Terence E. Rodgers, Ph.D., has performed work for a variety of public and private corporations and state and federal agencies in 30 years of consulting. He has consulted on business issues including valuation, financial analysis, and management oversight within the construction, insurance, healthcare, consumer products, aerospace, and computer technology industries, among others. In addition, Dr. Rodgers has experience in situations involving troubled loans, bankruptcy, and other business problems. He has provided forensic accounting advice in connection with the analysis of a variety of issues from reconstructing complex commercial transactions to analyzing personal financial information.
Dr. Rodgers’ work also includes the evaluation of the profits and cash flow for a number of businesses. He has reviewed accounting and financial records to analyze the historical cost and revenue performance in conjunction with industry data and trends to forecast future revenues and cost levels. This analysis has been used in modeling future cash flow and business valuations for investors, strategic planning groups, and other parties interested in the impact of business valuations and projections.
Dr. Rodgers also has experience in a wide variety of commercial litigation matters that have included cash flow reviews, cost studies, and revenue analyses for the valuation of intellectual property. In addition, he has experience in both commercial and government contract matters. His work includes the review, evaluation, and pricing of direct and indirect claim issues including changed work, changed specification, delay, and disruption. His experience includes technical analysis and documentation, claim narrative, and expert report preparation, as well as deposition and trial support for counsel. He has performed this work on contracts involving companies of various sizes, from developing corporations to Fortune 100 companies, in industries including information systems, aerospace, shipbuilding, and medical devices.
He has also developed and taught business courses at the undergraduate and graduate levels and conducted research on topics associated with professional service firms.
University of Massachusetts, Isenberg School of Management
University of Notre Dame
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- Thomson Reuters' Real Estate Finance JournalWinter 2013/2014
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