and John Gasper
Expert witnesses can have a significant impact on the outcome of an arbitration or mediation hearing. The importance of selecting the right expert witness is often underestimated – but it can be the most important decision an attorney makes in a case.
In the September 14th issue of the Maryland State Bar Association’s Bar Bulletin, Zachary Reichenbach, a Manager in Ellin & Tucker’s Forensic and Valuation Service (FVS) Group, and John Gasper, an Analyst in Ellin & Tucker’s FVS Group, share their insights and best practices when hiring an expert witness in arbitration and mediation.
To read this article, please visit Hiring an Expert Witness in Arbitration and Mediation on Maryland State Bar Association’s Bar Bulletin website.
Zachary C. Reichenbach, CFA, CPA/ ABV, is a Manager in the Forensic and Valuation Services Group at Ellin & Tucker. Zach’s experience includes providing valuation and litigation services ranging from simple contract disputes involving thousands of dollars to complex litigation, where the claims being sought are in the millions of dollars.
John Gasper, CPA, is an analyst in the Forensic and Valuation Services Group at Ellin & Tucker in Baltimore, MD. As an analyst, John prepares detailed analyses for valuations and expert reports, as well as conducts industry and client research. John is a graduate of University of Maryland.