Greg Halm specializes in providing forensic accounting and financial consulting services related to complex commercial disputes. Mr. Halm has consulted on numerous damages analysis engagements related to theft of trade secrets, copyright infringement, tortious business interference, breach of contract, unfair business practices, false advertising, and wage and hour matters. These engagements have covered industries and businesses ranging from small business to multibillion-dollar public enterprises.
Mr. Halm has consulted in numerous disputes related to the mortgage industry, involving such issues as loan underwriting and origination practices, fraud investigations, predatory lending, loan and loan pool cash flows, sampling, appraisals, and the analysis of RMBS. Mr. Halm has also consulted on other financial consulting and forensic accounting engagements involving the valuation of businesses and ownership interests, analysis of business models and structures, forensic analysis of complex transactions, reconstruction of financial statements, analysis of financial models, and other topics.
Mr. Halm has provided an expert report and deposition testimony on financial damages in a matter in federal district court. He has also provided expert consulting services at settlement conferences in the context of both civil and criminal litigation.
University of California, Davis
B.S., Managerial Economics (summa cum laude)
American Institute of Certified Public Accountants