Gregory R. Schuelke, CPA, CFE, CFF, CFA, CGMA, brings to his clients more than 25 years of experience providing financial damage modeling and expert witness services. He serves local and international law firms, corporations and insurance companies. Greg specializes in providing litigation consulting services in complex commercial litigation matters, including providing expert testimony in the areas of lost profits, fraud, business valuation, personal injury, intellectual property, construction disputes and business contract disputes. He is regularly engaged to analyze both operational and financial records and offer opinions as to financial damages, if any. His wealth of experience, training and education has led to his providing expert testimony in multiple state and federal courts.
Greg provides forensic accounting services to corporations and public entities for the purpose of quantifying financial losses due to breach of fiduciary duty or fraudulent activity, or for the purpose of being in compliance with a contract or a regulation. In addition, he provides forensic accounting services in connection with claims under insurance coverage. He performs economic evaluation, remediation cost review and capital cost analysis in manufacturing, petrochemical and refinery plants. His experience also includes business process and quality management, business interruption, linear programming and production cost analyses, arson–financial motive, fidelity and surety bond claim matters, physical damage cost review, inventory losses, report of values, actual cash value analyses, catastrophe services and construction-related damage claims.
In addition to being a director at Weaver and, before that, HSSK, LLC, Greg previously led the forensics practices for a top-five national accounting firm and an international engineering and forensic consulting firm. He is a member of the Texas Society of Certified Public Accountants, the American Institute of Certified Public Accountants, the Association of Certified Fraud Examiners and the National Association of Certified Valuation Analysts. He earned a bachelor’s degree in accounting from Texas State University.