Mr. Sherman has conducted financial investigations, consulted and testified on economic damages, valued public and private companies and consulted on compliance, corporate governance and corporate restructuring. He has qualified as an expert in forensic accounting, lost profits, financial fraud, business appraisal and accounting matters as well as testified in federal, state and international courts and arbitrations. He also serves as an arbitrator in post-acquisition M&A disputes and works closely with insurers and insureds in transactional and business interruption claims.
Mr. Sherman has conducted investigations in the areas of the FCPA, financial reporting, anti-money laundering, ethics and integrity, government investigations and general financial fraud. He has conducted investigations for the U.S. Department of Justice, the FED, FBI and DEA.
Prior to joining A&M, Mr. Sherman was a global practice leader with a publicly held consulting firm and was National Partner-in-Charge of forensic services, Compliance and Ethics, and Regional Partner-in-Charge of Corporate Transactions and Professional Practice Partner for KPMG.
Mr. Sherman earned a bachelor's degree (magna cum laude) from the University of Baltimore and a JD from the University of Maryland Law School. He is a CPA (Maryland and D.C.), a Certified Fraud Examiner, a Certified Insolvency and Restructuring Advisor and certified in Financial Forensics (AICPA). He is a board, compensation, and finance committee member of the Council for Court Excellence, chair of the audit committee of the National District Attorneys Association, co-chair of the American Bar Association section of litigation, forensic accounting subcommittee and former co-chair of the accounting issues subcommittee of the section of litigation, securities subcommittee.
Mr. Sherman is a frequent speaker, has published chapters on internal investigations, compliance and anti-money laundering and served on the faculty of Georgetown University.