Business litigators often require the expertise of a forensic accountant when evaluating financial issues in connection with partnership and shareholder disputes. Engel & Engel has extensive experience in conducting forensic investigations and providing expert testimony for both plaintiffs and defendants. Engel & Engel has been involved in over 100 cases regarding corporate and partnership disputes including dissolutions under California Corporations Code Section 2000. Overall, Engel & Engel has the qualifications and experience to investigate partnership/shareholder disputes and prepare analyses consistent with established financial principles that can withstand the scrutiny of the court.

How Engel & Engel Helps Litigators in Partnership/Shareholder Disputes

When the stakes are high, Engel & Engel can serve as your expert in connection with the following:

  • Dissolution Accounting
  • Shareholder Valuation
  • Shareholder Derivative Claims
  • Minority Shareholder Discount
  • Business Valuation in Accordance with California Corporations Code Section 2000
  • Excess Officer’s Compensation
  • Concealment of Distributions
  • Ownership Disputes
  • Shareholder & Partnership Provisions for Shareholder Buyouts
  • Investigation of Misappropriation of Funds and Fraud

Research Publications

Engel & Engel has published the following research publication in connection with partnership and shareholder dissolutions:

For additional information about Engel & Engel’s Forensic Accounting Services or a consultation, please contact: Brandon J. Engel, CPA, CFE, 310-277-2220