Burr Pilger Mayer (BPM), Accountants and Consultants
Curtis Burr, CPA/ABV/CFF/CVA and CDBV
Founding Shareholder in Consulting and Tax Practice – Co-Leads the Litigation Support and Business Valuations Practices of Burr Pilger Mayer, Inc. (BPM)
600 California St. Ste. 1300
San Francisco, CA 94108
Direct: (415) 288-6212
Main: (415) 421-5757
Curtis Burr has over 25 years of business valuation and litigation consulting experience. Industries served include wine/vineyard industry, financial services, real estate, professional services firms, wholesale and retail, alternative energy and manufacturing. He has performed forensic investigations in connection with partner and partnership disputes, shareholder disputes, damage analysis involving breach of fiduciary duty claims in securities litigation, calculation of economic damages and lost profits in cases involving misappropriation of trade secrets, product liability claims and wrongful termination cases.
Curtis earned a Masters in Taxation and a Bachelor of Science in Accounting from Golden Gate University.
BPM’s Business Valuation and Litigation Practice has expertise and depth of resources to cover the entire process-from the initial evaluation of a case, to development of strategies, through discovery and analysis, to expert testimony, and, if necessary, consultation during the appeal process. The litigation professionals have been recognized as experts in local, state and federal courts. We are frequently stipulated to be the joint expert or selected referee or mediator in matters involving complex financial issues and disputes.
BPM has provided expert testimony in a broad range of cases involving:
- Economic damages and earning loss
- Disputes arising from business acquisitions
- Derivative shareholder actions, including California Corporations Code Section 2000
- Construction claims and damages
- Actions against professionals
- Business fraud
- Application of accounting principals
- Actions against lenders
- Solvency and fraudulent conveyance issues
- Bankruptcy reorganizations
- Elder financial abuse