Investigating Related Party Transactions, Contesting Value, and Assessing Fiduciary Breach in Financial Distress
About our Presenter
PROF. JACK F. WILLIAMS, PHD, JD, CIRA, CDBV, CTP
PROFESSOR, GEORGIA STATE UNIVERSITY
COLLEGE OF LAW/MIDDLE EAST STUDIES CENTER
Prof. Williams is a professor at Georgia State University College of Law and the Middle East Studies Center. His teaching and current research focuses on many cross-disciplinary areas, including bankruptcy and business reorganization; mergers and acquisitions; remedies; corporate finance; governance and fiduciary duties; Islamic law, banking, finance, business governance, and ethics; Native American tribal law and tribal governance; among other areas. Additionally, Prof. Williams is a Principal and Practice Leader in the Forensic Accounting, Litigation, and Valuation Services Group and in the Restructuring and Bankruptcy Group with Baker Tilly Virchow and Krause, LLP.
Prof. Williams has served as an instructor to attorneys in the Office of Chief Counsel, Internal Revenue Service, as part of the New York University School of Law/IRS Continuing Professional Education Program; to attorneys in the United States Department of Justice; to attorneys and other professionals in the Office of the United States Trustee; to attorneys and enforcement personnel at the Securities and Exchange Commission and Environmental Protection Agency; and to law enforcement at the Federal Law Enforcement Training Center.
He is presently the Association of Insolvency & Restructuring Advisors’ Resident Scholar and has served two terms as the American Bankruptcy Institute (ABI) Resident Scholar. In these roles, he has researched a range of forensic investigation issues, fiduciary duties and governance issues, solvency and distressed business valuations, profit and profitability assessments, and international asset concealment schemes.
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