Hristina Bojadzieva Bartlett
M.B.A., finance and accounting, UCLA Anderson School of Management; B.A., economics, Smith College; C.F.A., CFA Institute
Summary of Experience
Ms. Bojadzieva Bartlett specializes in applying financial, accounting, and statistical analyses to finance, insurance, valuation, commercial disputes, damages, and intellectual property matters. In her work related to finance and securities, she has calculated investor losses in Ponzi schemes and securities fraud cases, assessed investment suitability, evaluated claims of excessive fees charged to participants in retirement plans, evaluated performance of investment portfolios, assessed the impact of restatements and disclosures on stock prices, and assessed alleged misrepresentations and omissions in the underwriting of securities and mergers and acquisitions. She also has experience conducting accounting investigations, and liquidity and solvency analyses. Ms. Bojadzieva Bartlett's valuation experience includes valuing domestic and international public and private companies and joint ventures. Her insurance-related work includes analyzing health insurance claims to identify instances of inappropriate billing by hospital providers, as well as calculating reasonable value rates for payment of health care provider services. Ms. Bojadzieva Bartlett is coauthor of a paper that suggests aspects of automated valuation models (AVMs) to consider in the context of residential real estate litigation. She is a Chartered Financial Analyst (CFA).
Law360, May 23, 2016