RGL Forensics Expands in Florida with Addition of Stahl Forensic and Valuation Experts into RGL

Press ReleaseJune 2016


RGL Forensics, a leading financial investigations company specializing in the insurance, legal and corporate markets globally, is pleased to announce that Florida-based Stahl Forensic and Valuation Experts, is joining RGL with immediate effect.

DENVER, CO, JUNE 28, 2016—RGL Forensics (“RGL” or “the Company”), a leading financial investigations company specializing in the insurance, legal and corporate markets globally, is pleased to announce that Florida-based Stahl Forensic and Valuation Experts (“Stahl”), is joining RGL with immediate effect. Stahl’s two principals, Briggs Stahl and Diane Womack, have been appointed as RGL partners and are joining RGL with their entire team.

Stahl is a market leader in forensic accounting and litigation in Florida, focusing on providing quantification services in matrimonial cases. Its clients include leading law firms in Florida and its principals have provided evidence on high profile cases involving C-Suite executives of Fortune 100 companies. Additionally, Stahl has substantial experience in a variety of commercial litigation matters.

“We welcome Briggs, Diane and the entire Stahl team to RGL, and are very excited about adding to our offering geographically as well as operationally. Stahl’s expertise and leadership in matrimonial and commercial litigation cases will strengthen our presence in this market segment,” said Angela MacPhee, CEO of RGL Forensics. “We look forward to sharing their knowledge and experience across the firm and offering this expertise to our clients.”

“RGL’s focus on forensic accounting and our shared cultural and philosophical approach makes it a perfect match for our business. Stahl’s clients will benefit from the firm’s global scale, ability to put together teams across continents and in-house industry expertise. Joining with them also gives us the critical mass we need to grow as a business,” said Briggs Stahl. “We can now offer additional services to our clients – many of which we previously needed to outsource – thereby maintaining control of the high quality of service we provide, at all times.”

Stahl handles high stakes divorce cases with the need for valuation and forensic accounting services. Briggs is one of 28 chartered members across the US in the business valuation and forensic accounting division of the American Academy of Matrimonial Lawyers – the premier network of attorneys that manage divorce cases. Stahl has a strong leadership position in this market with more than 15 years of client service throughout Florida and nationwide.

About RGL Forensics
RGL Forensics is a leading financial investigations company that specializes in the insurance, legal and corporate markets globally. Its accountants, consultants, economists and forensic technologists perform comprehensive investigations of data and events, based on extensive industry expertise, to determine what actually occurred and how this impacts a financial outcome. The analysis and verification carried out by these experts quantifies a disputed amount or a financial loss. RGL assembles a team and creates a product tailored to meet the requirements of the client or project, operating as one firm globally to ensure responsiveness, efficiency and maximize the outcome. With 200 employees, now including 32 partners, operating from offices on five continents, RGL is one of the largest companies specializing in forensic accounting across the world. www.rgl.com

About Stahl Forensic and Valuation Experts
Stahl Forensic and Valuation Experts, a licensed CPA firm, is a premier provider of forensic accounting and litigation consulting services in Florida specializing in business valuation, and investigative accounting services. It consults and provides expert testimony in commercial litigation, bankruptcy, eminent domain, tax and matrimonial proceedings in Tampa, Orlando, across Florida, and nationwide. Stahl’s skilled professionals have extensive training and credentials in accounting, financial forensics, valuation and fraud investigation.

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