Kevin Kwan is a director in the Dispute and Investigations practice of Navigant’s Tampa office. He has more than 23 years of experience providing consulting and expert witness services in various business disputes, complex commercial litigation matters, and financial investigations.
He has developed a deep understanding of the May 2012 Deepwater Horizon Settlement Agreement. Based on this understanding, he developed a comprehensive financial model, which was utilized to clients assess their potential "BP" claim. Based on this model, he assisted over a thousand clients file claims for amounting to millions of dollars in recoveries, many of which have been successfully paid out by BP.
Kevin has assisted clients with disputes in the following areas: post acquisition, breach of contract, construction, bankruptcy, intellectual property infringement, breach of fiduciary duty, eminent domain, lost earnings capacity, discrimination, wrongful termination, product liability, and alter ego, among others. He has provided expert witness testimony in Federal court, State court, and an arbitration.
He has conducted financial and accounting investigations, developed and analyzed damage claims in litigation and non-litigation matters, and analyzed financial transactions in bankruptcy matters involving preference/fraudulent conveyance claims. His experience includes development of complex financial models, as well as compilation, organization, and analysis of large volumes of historical data through the development of databases.
Kevin is a Certified Public Accountant (1998) in State of California, and not registered in the State of Florida. He holds a Certified in Financial Forensics (CFF) accreditation conferred by AICPA. He is a Certified Fraud Examiner (CFE) conferred by the Association of Certified Fraud Examiners.