“I’m not sure anybody could do it like Mr. Barsky did. Mr. Barsky’s tasks included
voluminous investigation of these books and records, some of which were produced in dribs and drabs . . . " Honorable Deanne M. Wilson, J.S.C., P.J. For more see /testimonials/
Computed damages on behalf of defendant in the damage trial of a case pursuant to court order. Plaintiff sought $23,000,000 in damages. Court awarded $3,000,000, very close to my computations
Engaged to evaluate damages in a wrongful contract termination case in the auto industry. Case settled before trial
Testified in a lawsuit representing the landlord of a large mixed-use real estate complex regarding fraud in lease negotiations of expense stop calculations. Jury found for the landlord.
Computed damage in counterclaim related to contract dispute. Case settled before trial.
Computed damages related to errors in architectural plans in a lawsuit brought by a developer of rehabilitated condominium project. Case settled before trial
During evaluation of damage claim in a case relating to covenant not to compete, discovered information that was helpful in getting case dismissed.
Computed damages representing a purchaser of a computer business who relied upon seller-prepared financial statements with misrepresentation. Areas of testimony included accounting errors and resulting damage computation. Arbitrator awarded damages to purchaser.
Computed damages in support of law suit involving a termination of Management Company by a real estate investment trust. Case settled out of court.
Damage computation for developer when a lender failed to fund a committed tax exempt bond. Case settled before trial.
Assistance in developing an accounting system to compile costs incurred by D.C. School Board to abate asbestos in connection with litigation against asbestos manufacturers.
Damage computation in case involving an employee of a real estate developer who was promised a share of profits of condo conversion. Case settled favorably for plaintiff soon after my deposition.