Mr. Greenspan’s primary areas of concentration include fraud investigations, forensic accounting, damage calculations and litigation support. With over 12 years of experience, he has worked with clients in a variety of industries, including financial services, hospitality, construction, retail, software, healthcare, education, gaming and telecommunications.
Mr. Greenspan has assisted clients with internal investigations of employee misconduct, misappropriation of funds and accounting irregularities, as well as government investigations by the SEC, DOJ, state Attorneys General and the Department of Health and Human Services into fraudulent accounting and business practices. In addition, Mr. Greenspan has analyzed damages and contributed to expert witness reports in a variety of commercial litigation matters, including breach of contract, fraudulent conveyance, vendor fraud, post-M&A disputes and patent infringement. He has also helped clients prepare complex property, business interruption and fidelity insurance claims.
Before joining A&M, Mr. Greenspan was the Director of Litigation Solutions for Epiq Systems, helping clients address complex e-discovery and claims administration challenges. Before that, he was with Ernst & Young‘s investigations and disputes practice.
Mr. Greenspan earned a bachelor’s degree in political economy from Tulane University and a joint JD / MBA with a concentration in finance from the University of Florida.
He is active in various bar associations and community service organizations and recently served as the Chairman of the Community Service Committee of the State Bar of Georgia.