Brett Burgan provides litigation support and forensic accounting services to CohnReznick clients. In this role, he delivers forensic accounting assistance to attorneys and their clients in civil matters involving insolvency, stockholder disputes, breach of fiduciary duty, fraud, embezzlement, and other business-related matters. His goal is to help uncover the essential facts of a case by completing a thorough analysis of financial records, including computerized files. Brett advises on family and matrimonial matters, including exhibit preparation and testimony.
Brett’s experience includes providing forensic accounting, litigation support, and management services for bankruptcy, insolvency, and litigation clients including numerous debtors, receivers, and panel trustees. He has provided temporary business management of Chapter 11 properties and businesses, forensic review and retrieval of books and records, identification and retrieval of concealed assets, preparation of preferential and insider fraudulent payment analyses, preparation of claims objection analyses, and preparation of solvency analysis.
Brett’s work with Chapter 11 clients includes preparation of periodic reports, forecasts for continued operations, liquidation analyses for Chapter 11 confirmation, and preparation of Chapter 11 bankruptcy schedules and statement of financial affairs. Brett has worked with numerous U.S. trustees and state and federal receivers and has been involved in investigations with the Securities and Exchange Commission (SEC).
BS, Accounting – Saint Francis College
American Institute of Certified Public Accountants
Florida Institute of Certified Public Accountants
Association of Certified Fraud Examiners
Association of Insolvency and Restructuring Advisors