Our Team > Forensic Accounting
Mr. Nolte is a CPA with over 30 years experience. He has performed numerous compliance audits, fraud investigations, and forensic accountings. His experience with disputes and contested situations is particularly helpful when the results are likely to be challenged.
With over two decades of relevant experience, Ms. Gould has been responsible for numerous forensic accountings, and the related complex restructuring and commercial claims. She is a CPA.
Renee Howdeshell (formerly Wagner)
Ms. Howdeshell is a CPA and Certified Fraud Examiner (CFE) who has performed numerous forensic accountings and damages analyses. She specializes in financial analysis, investigation and valuation involving disputes and has testified as an expert witness in federal court, CA state court and arbitration regarding the results of her work.
Mr. Khemlani has performed numerous forensic accounting, auditing, and damage analysis assignments. He is a CPA, Accredited in Business Valuation (ABV), a Certified Fraud Examiner (CFE) and is a licensed Real Estate Broker and provides expert testimony regarding the results of his forensic accounting and damages analyses assignments.
Mr. Junger has over 30 years experience, primarily with one of the large international accounting/consulting firms. Mr. Junger has considerable experience assessing acquisition candidates and loan transactions, as well as the change management and integration opportunities associated with such transactions. He has an MBA with Honors from Cornell University.
Mr. Carey has over 25 years of hands-on financial analysis, auditing and consulting experience, primarily with one of the large international accounting/consulting firms. Mr. Carey has significant experience in mergers and acquisitions due diligence, securitized financial transactions, and loan portfolio analysis. His has a Masters degree in mathematics.
Mr. Kupfer is an expert in accounting principles and auditing standards. Prior to his retirement from an international accounting and consulting firm, Mr. Kupfer was responsible for advising on technical accounting matters and the overall quality of the audit practice. Mr. Kupfer also served on the committee responsible for assessing litigation exposure at the firm. Mr. Kupfer’s background makes him uniquely qualified to address accounting and auditing malpractice issues.