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DGC is pleased to announce that Dennis S. Neier, CPA, CFF has joined the firm as a Senior Advisor in our Business Consulting practice.
Dennis has over 40 years of experience providing litigation consulting, forensic accounting, alternative dispute resolution (ADR) and expert witness services to law firms and in-house counsel. Dennis is based in our Boston office, and will focus on increasing DGC’s presence in Boston and New York, and helping drive the continued expansion of our business in these important marketplaces.
“Dennis is a key addition to our Business Consulting practice at DGC,” said Laurie Austin, Managing Partner at DGC. “His depth of experience complements the skillset of the practice leaders Kim Train, Beth da Silva, and George Shaw. Dennis’s significant accomplishments are a testament to his commitment to clients, and his alignment with our core value of doing what it takes. Please join me in welcoming Dennis to DGC.”
Dennis has extensive experience working on cases involving individuals, and both small and large companies with an emphasis on breach of contract or fiduciary duty, business interruption, purchase and sale agreement disputes, lost profits, fraud, mass claim cases and white-collar crime. In addition, he has significant experience performing fraud investigations for not-for-profit organizations. Dennis assists in all phases of the litigation process, from pre-complaint through post-trial, and has testimony experience in a variety of forums. Having served as an arbitrator and mediator for numerous complex commercial cases, Dennis has significant experience in the area of ADR.
Dennis has lectured on accounting and auditing, forensic accounting, and litigation consulting services subjects for The New York State Society of Certified Public Accountants, The American Institute of Certified Public Accountants, The Practicing Law Institute, and The New York State Bar Association. He has also co-authored the chapters on Personal Financial Statements and Forensic Accounting, and Litigation Consulting Services for the Accountant’s Handbook.
Dennis received his BBA in accounting and economics from The City College, The City University of New York.