M.B.A., finance and quantitative methods, University of Maryland; M.S., statistics, Stanford University; B.A., mathematics, Pomona College; CPA; ABV
Summary of Experience
Mr. Kinrich consults on cases involving financial and economic analysis, accounting, business valuation, statistics, and mathematical modeling. He has often testified on damages, valuation, and accounting issues in federal and state courts and other dispute resolution forums. Over his 30-year career, he has directed numerous large-scale analyses involving a broad range of litigation areas. A certified public accountant, he specializes in damage quantification and valuation in the areas of commercial litigation and intellectual property, and writes and speaks on these topics frequently. He also has significant experience in many other areas of the law, including breach of contract, construction, fraud, antitrust, business interruption, marital dissolution, dealership disputes, and tax litigation. Before joining Analysis Group, he was with PricewaterhouseCoopers for 20 years.