Intellectual Property Valuation Expert Mark Pedigo Joins Denver Office of RGL Forensics

Press ReleaseJuly 2016

Legal

RGL Forensics, a leading financial investigations company, specializing in the insurance, legal and corporate markets globally, announced today the appointment of Mark Pedigo as Director.

Denver, CO, July 27, 2016—RGL Forensics (“RGL” or “the Company”), a leading financial investigations company, specializing in the insurance, legal and corporate markets globally, announced today the appointment of Mark Pedigo as Director. Pedigo will be based in RGL’s Denver office and will help to expand the company’s legal practice.

Pedigo joins RGL from GHP Horwath, P.C., where he served as Senior Advisory Principal, Valuation Services and Forensic and Litigation Services. In his new role, Pedigo will focus on the quantification and analysis of economic damages and valuation of intangible assets in matters related to intellectual property, patent, trade secret, trademark and copyright infringement disputes, as well as construction and other commercial disputes.

“Mark brings to RGL a focused knowledge valuing intangible assets that will help us expand and strengthen our service offering to clients in the legal sector,” said Angela MacPhee, CEO of RGL Forensics. “Mark’s extensive experience across a wide range of industries and legal matters will bring great value to our law firm clients. We are very pleased to welcome him to RGL.”

Pedigo has served as a representative for numerous cases across the country on issues ranging from intellectual property to petrochemical to healthcare in Utah, Virginia, California and Texas, among other states. He has testified more than 50 times in trials and depositions in State and Federal Courts and has provided arbitration testimony on matters involving intellectual property damages, construction damages, commercial damages, valuation and alter ego related forensic accounting. Pedigo is a frequent author and presenter on topics related to patent, trade secret, trademark and copyright infringement damages.

RGL’s legal practice engages with law firms worldwide to consult on cases, whether in litigation or arbitration, where damages are disputed. The company provides independent opinion on the quantification or valuation of the financial impact any dispute has on businesses and individuals. RGL works on large contractual disputes, from antitrust and shareholder disputes to marital disputes, bringing together forensic accountants, forensic technologists, economists and specialist investigators.

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