Elizabeth A. Evans
M.B.A., finance, accounting, and statistics, the University of Chicago Graduate School of Business; J.D., the University of Alabama; B.A., the University of Alabama; CPA; CMA; CFA charterholder; Certified in Financial Forensics
Summary of Experience:
Ms. Evans is an economist and lawyer specializing in finance and accounting. She has 25 years of experience in forensic accounting and analyzing internal accounting systems for litigation purposes. Ms. Evans has evaluated total costs, variable costs, incremental costs, cost-allocation methods, and revenue recognition policies. She has also performed solvency tests for fraudulent conveyance matters. Ms. Evans has ascertained whether material adverse events have occurred, SEC filings omitted material information, and auditors followed GAAS. She has analyzed the effects of accounting choices and GAAP on financial statements and stock prices in securities cases and valued various types of assets, liabilities, and firms. Ms. Evans has conducted economic analyses of complex derivatives including subprime instruments. In addition, she has supervised and performed general damage analyses and developed discount rate and cash-flow analyses to determine lost profits or royalties and value assets, projects, and/or firms. Ms. Evans is the author of "Introduction to Costs in Litigation" in the Handbook of Cost Management and "The Economics in Accounting for Litigation" and "Economic Analysis of Nonpatent Intellectual Property Rights" in the Litigation Services Handbook, 4th ed.
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