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Economic Damages Expert Witness
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According to Ray Coates of Low, Ball & Lynch, "George is an excellent expert witness. He is well prepared, makes a nice impression in front of the jury, and presents technical information in an understandable manner."
Mr. McLaughlin provides expert witness opinions on Economics and Business Damages matters.
Areas of Expertise
Mr. McLaughlin has testified in California regarding economic damages for both plaintiff and defense. Evaluated lost earning capacity in personal injury and wrongful death cases. Evaluated life care plans and future medical costs. Evaluated losses in wrongful discharge cases.
Certified in business valuation through the National Association of Certified Valuation Analysts. Valued business interests in partnership disputes, estate tax valuation, marital disputes, and California dissolution actions as well as for business planning.
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Certified Valuation Analyst, National Association of Certified Valuation Analysts
Certified Earnings Analyst, American Rehabilitation Economics Association
Member, Collegium of Pecuniary Damages Experts
Seminars & Training
Contra Costa Bar Assn: “Making your Intellectual Property Damages Case”
San Francisco Attorney’s Office: “Calculating Economic Damages in Tort Cases”
Sonoma County Bar Association: “Evaluating Economic Damages in Personal Injury Cases”
Stanislaus County Bar Association: “Basics of Business Valuation” and “Evaluating Damages in Personal Injury Cases”
East Bay Trust and Estates Lawyers: “Basics of Business Valuation”
CPDE: Panel discussion – “Business Owner Injured – What Portion of His Income Was Wages and What Portion Was Profit?”
Santa Cruz Bar Association: “Basics of Business Valuation” and “Calculating Personal Injury Damages”
CPDE: “A Brief Survey of Federal Reserve Interest Rate Policy” and “A Critique of Healthy Life Expectancy”
San Francisco Bar Association: “Calculating Personal Injury Damages”
Masters of Business Administration, 1983. University of California at Berkeley. Emphasis in accounting and marketing.
B.A., Applied Mathematics, 1977. University of California at Berkeley. Emphasis in probability and statistics.
Fundamentals of Business Valuation and Business Valuation Update through NACVA; Business Valuation 201 and 202; Valuation of Intangible Property, USPAP and Ethics through the American Society of Appraisers. Credit analysis courses through Mortgage Bankers Association. Seminars through AREA relating to economics and vocational topics.