George Roach Litigation Consulting
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                   George P. Roach



                                                             LITIGATION CONSULTANT


George Roach Litigation Consulting, Dallas, TX                                                           2001- Present

         Advise clients on remedies and damages strategy

         Testify on valuation and measuring damages.

         Consult on damage feasibility analysis based on financial or legal research

         Provide deposition support on opposing experts


Bickel & Brewer, Director of Consulting, Dallas, TX                                                      1998- 2001

        Developed the Group's multi-discipline approach for litigation consulting.

        Directed and trained  in-house consulting group of 14 professionals whose

gross monthly billables have increased by more than 700 percent in less than 4 years.

        Consulted on remedies strategy and business valuation to 35 litigators, covering

70 cases and 50 expert reports.


Business Appraiser, Dallas, TX                                                                                          1998

       Appraised business interests as consulting or testifying expert.


Litzler, Segner, Shaw, McKenney & Dohmeyer, LLP, Dallas, TX                                     1997

       Valued privately-held companies.

       Assessed fraudulent transfer damages in bankruptcy.



                                                                LICENSED ATTORNEY


Hughes & Luce, L.L.P. (Financial Services Section) Dallas, TX                                           1996-1997

      Restructured corporate loans and represented creditors= interests in bankruptcy.


Long, Aldridge & Norman (Financial Restructuring Team) Atlanta,GA                                                                                                                              1995-1996

                      Drafted loan documents for commercial real estate workouts.



                                                               INVESTMENT BANKER


Drexel Burnham Lambert, Inc. (Workout Group) Beverly Hills, CA                                                                                                                                              1989-1990

      Designed and implemented a liquidation plan for a $100 MM public company.

      Developed a proprietary system for predicting financial distress in public companies.


Drexel Burnham Lambert, Inc. (Corporate Finance Dept.) New York, NY                                                                                                                                         1975-1980

     Promoted to Vice President at age 27, the youngest in the firm=s history at that time.

     Managed stock and bond underwritings and competed corporate mergers.

     Introduced free cash flow valuation analysis to the Corporate Finance Department.


                                                                 BUSINESS MANAGER


Estate of George L. Potter, Crockett, TX                                                                         1979-1994

Managing Co-Executor

    Managed a family business that included five farms and ranches, a wax

museum, and miscellaneous real estate

    Negotiated and structured the sales of 55 assets for more than $17 M.





LLM, Tax        (Course work only)               University of Houston Law Center              1994

J.D.                  (Honors)                             University of Texas School of Law               1993

M.B.A.            (High Distinction)                  Harvard Business School                             1975

A.B., Econ.     (High Honors)                       University of California, Davis                     1973


The College of the State Bar of Texas (member since 2014)



The Comprehensive Guide to Lost Profits and Other Commercial Damages, ed. Nancy J. Fannon and Jonathan M. Dunitz, Business      Valuation Resources, Third Edition (2014)

Chapter 28. Introduction to Equitable Remedies

Chapter 29. Counting the Beans: Unjust Enrichment and the Defendant’s Overhead (reprint)

Chapter 30. Restitution Rollout: The Restatement (Third) of Restitution & Unjust Enrichment: Counter-Restitution for Monetary Remedies in Equity (reprint)

   Texas Remedies in Equity for Breach of Fiduciary Duty: Disgorgement, Forfeiture and Fracturing, St. Mary’s      Law Journal,    Volume 45, Number3 (2014), p. 367-489

Unjust Enrichment in Texas: Is It A Floor Wax or a Dessert Topping?, Baylor Law Review, Volume 65, Number 1 (2013), p. 153-254 

   Rescission in Texas, A Suspect Remedy, The Review of Litigation (Summer 2012), 31 Rev. Litig. 494

Counter-Restitution for Monetary Remedies in Equity, Washington & Lee Law Review, Vol. 68, No.3, page 1271 (Fall 2011)

Measuring Business Damages In Fraudulent Inducement Cases, Houston Business & Tax Law Journal (Fall 2011)


Counting the Beans: Unjust Enrichment and Defendant’s Overhead, Texas Intellectual Property Law Journal, Spring, 2008, 16 Tex. Intell. Prop. L.J. 483).


How Restitution and Unjust Enrichment Can Improve Your Corporate Claim, The Review of Litigation, Spring, 2007, 26 Rev. Litig. 265


A Default Rule of Omnipotence: Implied Jurisdiction and Exaggerated Remedies in Equity For Federal Agencies, Fordham Journal of Corporate & Financial Law,Winter 2006, 12 Fordham J. Corp.& Fin. L. 1


Damages is the ‘Gatekeeper’ Issue for the Federal Computer Fraud & Abuse Act, Tulane Journal of Technology & Intellectual Property, Spring, 2006, 8 Tul. J. Tech. & Intell. Prop. 61 (co-authored with William Michiels)


CEO Compensation in the Pharmaceutical Industry, Compensation and Benefits Review October, 2003, 66- 81 (co-authored with Alan Goedde)


Control Premiums and Strategic Mergers, 1989 to 2002, Business Valuation Review Volume 22, No. 1 (March, 2003)


Correcting Uncertain Prophecies: An Analysis of Business Consequential Damages, The Review of Litigation Winter, 2003, 22 Rev. Litig. 1


The Substantive Synergy of Multidisciplinary Practices, National Bar Association Magazine May/June 2001.


A Firm Grasp of Business, Legal Times November, 2000.


A Mistaken Assumption that Reduces Commercial Goodwill, FairShare The Matrimonial Law Monthly February, 1999.


Texas Supreme Court Revisits Professional Goodwill, Texas Bar Association Family Law Reporter Spring, 1998.


What Kind of Liabilities Are You Assuming?  The Reasonable Equivalent Value of Assumed Liabilities, Texas Journal of Business Law Spring, 1998.


A Business Appraiser=s Model for Separating Professional and Personal Goodwill, FairShare The Matrimonial Law Monthly August, 1998.


Control Premiums and Strategic Mergers, Business Valuation Review June 1998.


Reasonable (Not Rational) Royalties, (exposure draft)


Unjust Enrichment For Violations of the Automatic Stay (exposure draft)





Creating and Managing Law Firm-Owned Businesses [Chairman]; MDP Case Study - Bickel & Brewer=s Litigation Consulting Group: Ten Years of Improvement in Professional Practice and Profitability; San Francisco, CA; November, 2001.


Creating and Managing Law Firm-Owned Subsidiaries [Chairman]; Why Should the Big 5 Make all the Money from MDP?  A Bickel & Brewer Consulting Group Case Study; Washington, DC; December, 2000.


The Law Firm Branch Offices Summit; Establishing a Multi-Discipline Practice: Are You Missing Business Opportunities in Your Existing Law Practice?; Washington, DC; December, 2000.


The 2nd Forum on Creating, Developing and Managing Law Firm-Owned  Subsidiaries; Case Study:  How to Establish a Profitable Supplemental Business Service; Washington, DC; October, 1999.


Creating, Developing and Managing Law Firm-Owned Subsidiaries; Case Study - Bickel & Brewer:  Creating Value for the Client and the Firm; San Francisco, CA; July, 1999.


Do Projections Lie or Do Liars Project?  Dallas Bar Association - Bankruptcy and Commercial Section (May, 2003)


Federal Computer Fraud   Dallas Bar Association (March, 2006)


Measuring Unjust Enrichment   Houston Bar Association  ( May 2008)






George P. Roach

Multi Discipline Consultants

6820 Meadow Lake Circle

Dallas, Texas  75214



Phone: 214-228-0484 (cell)



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