George Roach has more than 25 years of business experience in financial analysis, valuation and business management. He worked for Drexel Burnham Lambert for seven years as an investment banker: two years in bankruptcy/workout and five years in corporate finance. He also managed a family business for more than fourteen years. As a licensed attorney, he has concentrated in creditors' rights law.
As a litigation consultant, Mr. Roach has operated his own practice and, for more than three years, directed an in-house consulting group, consisting of fourteen consultants and thirty five support staff, which managed the case facts and damage analysis for a Dallas law firm specializing in complex commercial litigation. As an in-house consultant and an independent litigation consultant, Mr. Roach has addressed a broad range of damage and valuation issues across a variety of businesses, including hospitality, telecommunications, securities transactions, and retail.
Mr. Roach's consulting approach combines his business and financial experience with his education and experience in remedies and damages law, interfacing between liability theories, case facts and legal theory and business fact. Over the last five years, he has written nine articles on a broad range of subjects, including fraudulent transfer analyses, business valuation and business consequential damages.
Mr. Roach received his MBA from Harvard University in 1975 (high honors), J.D. from the University of Texas in 1993 (honors) and an A.B. in economics from the University of California at Davis in 1973 (high honors).