Bryan Jones is a disputes specialist known for his excellent quantum of damages work relating to complex transactions.
Bryan Jones specialises in financial, accounting and valuation aspects of litigation and arbitration. He has 39 years of experience as a Certified Public Accountant. In 2018, Mr Jones retired as a partner from KPMG LLP's forensic services practice. He chaired KPMG’s global and US dispute advisory services networks.
Mr Jones has served as a neutral accounting expert to resolve post-acquisition disputes, and he has testified in numerous business disputes on economic damages, lost profits, loss of business value, contractual disputes and accounting issues. The US Court of Federal Claims, district courts of the United States, Texas and Louisiana and commercial arbitration panels have admitted his expert testimony. Client experience includes health care, life sciences, and other industries, particularly government contractors and highly regulated industries. He has consulted or testified in civil and criminal matters filed under the US False Claims Act and disputes arising from cross-border investments.
Mr Jones has supervised numerous forensic accounting engagements for governing bodies and their legal counsel. These engagements have involved issues such as financial reporting fraud, other types of misconduct and reconstruction of accounting records.
The American Institute of Certified Public Accountants (AICPA), following examination and demonstration of professional experience in business valuation, has accredited Mr Jones in business valuation. Mr Jones is a member of the AICPA and the Texas Society of Certified Public Accountants. In 1979, Texas Christian University awarded him its bachelor of business administration degree in accounting, summa cum laude, and with departmental honours.