Echelon Analytics is a nationally recognized firm comprised of proven leaders in the areas of economic and financial analysis, financial forensics and investigation, and expert witness services. We assist clients involved in commercial disputes and high-stakes litigation, as well as those needing help assessing value and risk in the context of pre-litigation, mergers and acquisitions, joint ventures, licensing, and sales.
Clients trust us with their most important matters because our expertise allows them to move forward with confidence that the opinions we provide are well supported by comprehensive research and insightful analysis. They also appreciate our ability to deliver complex information in an organized and understandable manner for their teams, as well as the numerous audiences who will use that information to make important decisions (e.g., juries, investors, government agencies).
The largest litigation matters require the best resources for success. In large, complex disputes, knowing that your retained experts have the experience and credibility that stand up to the intense scrutiny of high-stakes litigation is non-negotiable. The experienced team at Echelon has a proven record of providing accurate and credible expert witness services in the largest lawsuits.
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Barry Bell is a seasoned expert with deep experience in analyzing and quantifying damages in commercial litigation matters. For more than 25 years, he has demonstrated his expertise in analyzing complex matters; identifying relevant issues, information and approaches; and cogently communicating, via expert reports and testimony, the resulting opinions to interested parties. He frequently provides expert testimony in matters before state and federal courts.
Commercial Damages Practice
Lance Gunderson has more than 22 years of experience in financial and litigation consulting. His area of expertise is intellectual property damages analysis and calculations including lost profit calculations, reasonable royalty determinations, and other intellectual property quantitative analysis such as valuations. Mr. Gunderson has provided financial analysis and valuation assessments on patent, trademark, trade secret, and copyright issues. Mr. Gunderson has testified numerous times in patent infringement disputes, trademark disputes, copyright disputes and false advertising disputes in both state and federal court.
Intellectual Property Services
M.B.A. Texas A&M University
B.S., Business Management (Finance), Brigham Young University
For more than two decades, Joe Hargett has provided financial consulting services and expert testimony in commercial litigation matters, primarily in the financial services industry. In addition to substantial experience working as a financial consultant, Mr. Hargett has also worked as an independent auditor and as a regulator for a financial institution regulatory agency.
Banking and Financial Institution Litigation
B.S., Accounting, Summa Cum Laude, University of Alabama
Mark Rambin has been a licensed CPA for over 30 years and has focused his practice on financial investigation and forensic accounting since early in his career.
Mr. Rambin has substantial experience in leading financial investigations that have resulted in accounting restatements, director and officer claims, criminal charges and convictions, financial restitution or other settlements, and professional liability claims, particularly against outside auditors. He also regularly provides expert testimony concerning his opinions and analysis of financial questions and damages issues related to complex commercial litigation.
Financial Forensics and Investigation
B.B.A., Business Administration (Accounting), The University of Texas at Austin