Hank Kahrs is a magnet for high-profile legal disputes filled with anomalies that require judgment and a nuanced understanding that can only come from experience.
For the past 25 years, Hank has practiced as a forensic accountant and fraud examiner quantifying economic damages in complex commercial, civil and criminal cases. His career has seen him quantifying intellectual property damages related to images of 1950s Hollywood royalty, working with rock stars in contract disputes, and valuing assets and businesses in diverse industries, including technology, medical devices and manufacturing.
As an advisor and financial expert, Hank’s judgment is respected and trusted by his clients. He works extensively with law firms serving as an expert in hundreds of cases, testifying in trials, arbitrations and depositions, and has been involved with cases involving the quantification of damages resulting from fraud schemes, business valuation, partnership and corporate dissolution, asset tracing, breach of contract, trademark and copyright infringements, contract and shareholder disputes and personal injury and wrongful death.
Hank leads the firm’s operations in Southern California. He serves on the board of directors of the Coastline Community College Foundation and currently serves as the CFO for the Boys & Girls Club of Tustin in Tustin, California.