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Timothy Gillihan, CPA, ABV, CFF

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Timothy Gillihan has seventeen years of forensic accounting and economic damages experience, and is primarily engaged as a consultant by attorneys, insurance companies, independent insurance adjusters, and businesses.

Mr. Gillihan specializes in the financial evaluation of economic damage claims and fraud cases, including first-party property losses, third-party liability cases, commercial litigation damages, partnership disputes, and fidelity matters. He has also provided analysis of business valuation, divorce, trust/estate, personal injury, death, and employment discharge cases.

Mr. Gillihan’s experience spans industries, including real estate, leases, sports venues, cannabis, construction, vineyards/wineries, banking, options, alter ego, divorce, trust/estate, personal injury, death, and employment cases. Mr. Gillihan has presented written and oral expert witness testimony in depositions, trials, and alternate dispute resolution procedures including mediation and arbitration proceedings.

Key Expertise

  • Commercial Litigation
  • Economic Damages Analysis & Quantification
  • Expert Witness Testimony & Litigation Support
  • Fraud Investigations
  • Labor & Employment Disputes
  • Partnership Disputes & Trust Litigation
  • Personal Injury / Wrongful Death
  • Real Estate & Construction Damages Assessment
  • Tangible & Intangible Asset Valuation

Professional Affiliations

  • Certified Public Accountant – California
  • Accredited in Business Valuation – AICPA
  • Certified in Financial Forensics – AICPA
  • Member, California Society of Certified Public Accountants
  • Member, American Institute of Certified Public Accountants
  • Member, National Association of Forensic Economists
  • Member, American Academy of Economic and Financial Experts

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Valuation of Wine Inventory: When Wine Goes Up in Smoke
Some of the largest and most complex claims affecting wineries involve the destruction and damage of wine inventory.
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