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 IP 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.
Hank’s judgment is respected and trusted by his clients. He has worked 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:
Hank has participated in seminars and presentations to colleagues and members of the insurance industry and legal profession through trade associations on topics such as investigative accounting, fraud, the measurement of economic damages, the economics of intellectual property, understanding financial statements, and using and cross-examining experts. He has also authored and delivered numerous continuing legal and accounting education courses, including: