I have been practicing public accounting for 30 years including a specialty practice in litigation, valuation, and forensics (LVF). I have been appointed in over 1,000 bankruptcy cases, have testified around a hundred times, have been qualified to testify in all levels of courts, and devote my practice now to only LVF. I frequently teach classes, seminars, and give presentations. I have presented seminars at five different colleges plus regular seminar teaching of the Walter F. George School of Law. I also teach seminars at professional organizations on a variety of topics, but usually on expert witness matters, eminent domain, valuation, fraud, and general litigation. I am a founding member and past chair of the Georgia Southern University Forensic Advisory Board and have assisted with the curriculum development for their masters level forensic accounting degree. My practice ranges from family law, to condemnation, to bankruptcy, to business disputes, and lost profits analyses.