Pascal Labrosse

Pascal started as a Senior Accountant at MDD Forensic Accountants’ Montreal office in 2019. He is currently a Manager at the firm.

Pascal’s practice specializes in quantifying economic damages related to business interruption, cyber risks, extra expenses/increased costs, fraud & investigations, litigation support, and lost profits.

His industry experience includes agriculture, automotive, food services, financial services,  manufacturing and assembly, commercial rental properties, hotels and resorts, restaurants, retail and wholesale, and professional services. He has also been active in the catastrophe services area, quantifying economic damages that occurred due to Hurricanes lota and Eta.

Pascal is fluent in French and completed his Bachelor of Business Administration and Diploma of Higher Specialized Studies, Accounting, both from HEC Montreal.

John Timbol

John joined MDD Forensic Accountants’ Vancouver office in 2012 as a Co-op student. He is now a Manager at the firm.

John’s practice specializes in quantifying economic damages related to business interruption, extra expenses, personal injury & wrongful death, lost profits, and stock & contents.

John’s industry experience includes agriculture, retail and wholesale, restaurants, hotel and resorts, medical and dental practices, mining, and pulp and paper.

He has presented seminars on the topic of economic damage quantification and has worked in the catastrophe services area on files relating to the 2016 Fort McMurray wildfires and the 2017 British Columbia wildfires.

John received his Bachelor of Business Administration (Honours) with concentrations in Accounting and Management Information Systems from Simon Fraser University.

Matt Mulholland

Matt is a Partner/Senior Vice President in MDD Forensic Accountants’ Toronto office and is the Managing Partner of the Toronto, Kingston, and Ottawa offices.  He is one of the leaders of the firm’s litigation services practice and has provided expert witness testimony before the Superior Court of Ontario and the Supreme Court of the State of New York.

He has over twenty years of experience in the areas of economic loss quantification and forensic/investigative accounting.

Matt has extensive experience in the areas of personal injury and wrongful death. He has prepared expert reports on behalf of both plaintiffs and defendants specializing in the valuation of past & future income losses, dependency losses, pension losses as well as the present value of future care costs. The valuations prepared in these assignments have been related to a wide variety of occupations (including both employed and self-employed individuals) as well as minors.

Matt has been retained to provide investigative accounting reports in a variety of civil matters.

Matt has been engaged to quantify economic losses in numerous industries such as power generation, construction, commercial retail, agriculture, general & heavy manufacturing as well as a variety of professional services.

He has presented numerous workshops and seminars on a wide range of forensic accounting topics.

Matt graduated from Wilfrid Laurier University with an Honours Bachelor in Business Administration degree. He received his Diploma in Investigative and Forensic Accounting at the University of Toronto.