A leader with Plante Moran’s forensic and valuation services practice, Marty has directed hundreds of forensic investigations and provided expert testimony in numerous trials, arbitrations, and mediations. He helps achieve successful resolution of disputes and claims by:
- Consulting and providing expert witness services on professional liability claims, which involve the application and interpretation of accounting principles and auditing standards
- Performing economic damages calculations and rebutting opposing experts in complex insurance claims, including wrongful termination and business interruption claims
- Investigating failures of financial institutions, including performing loan portfolio analysis and evaluating the roles of professional service providers, and directors and officers
- Directing special investigations for boards of directors of publicly traded companies, including representation before the Securities and Exchange Commission (SEC)
- Investigating failures of insurance companies, including those involving off-shore fraud and money-laundering schemes
- Investigating embezzlements from family offices and trusts
- Auditing colleges and universities, school districts, federal financial assistance programs, and not-for-profit entities
- Drawing on his extensive accounting experience and an astute attention to detail to uncover and analyze vital evidence needed to paint a clear picture of costs and damages in complex, high-profile cases.
As an adjunct faculty member at Benedictine University, Marty teaches graduate courses in forensic accounting and auditing. He also has developed and presented programs on risk management, fraud detection and prevention, and auditing governmental assistance programs. He has a B.S. in Accounting (magna cum laude) and a Master of Accountancy (with distinction) from DePaul University.