Dave Robinson

Dave is a Partner/Senior Vice President at MDD Forensic Accountants’ London, ON office. He first joined the firm in 2007 and has since worked in London, ON, Calgary and Toronto.

With over 15 years of experience as a forensic accounting professional, Dave’s expertise includes economic damage quantification for matters related to business interruption, extra expense and physical damage, as well as litigation support for loss of profits and personal injury matters. Dave also has extensive experience conducting forensic accounting investigations for matters relating to fraud and cyber-attacks.

Dave has worked on assignments across North America and the UK. He has been involved in engagements that span a wide range of industries including agriculture, cannabis, manufacturing, public sector, construction, sports and entertainment, hospitality, retail and wholesale. He has also been active in the catastrophe services area, quantifying economic damages that occurred as a result of the 2013 Alberta floods.

Most recently Dave spent two years working with a large-scale Canadian cannabis producer.

Dave has provided expert accounting services in support of appraisals, mediations and arbitrations and has provided expert witness testimony at trial.

He has conducted numerous seminars and workshops on many topics including business interruption and fraud and fidelity claims. He has authored articles on economic damage quantification for various insurance publications, including Canadian Underwriter.

Dave is a graduate of the University of Western Ontario where he received a Bachelor of Management and Organizational Studies degree.

Hannah McCannell

Hannah joined MDD Forensic Accountants in 2007. She spent 6 years in the Toronto office, followed by 6 years in the Los Angeles office before moving back to Canada. Hannah is a Partner/Senior Vice President at MDD Forensic Accountants’ Toronto office.

Hannah specializes in the quantification of economic damages related to contingency/entertainment insurance claims, personal injury & wrongful death, business interruption, stock & contents, product liability & recall, extra expenses, accident benefits and construction delay claims.

She has a wealth of experience in industries such as film and entertainment, construction, trucking, professional services, retail and wholesale. She has also worked on assignments concerning taxi drivers, teachers and real estate agents.

Hannah has provided litigation support at arbitrations and trials, including expert witness testimony.

She has contributed articles to publications such as Without Prejudice.

Hannah graduated from the University of Western Ontario with a Bachelor in Management and Organizational Studies degree. She also completed her Diploma in Investigative and Forensic Accounting through the University of Toronto’s School of Graduate Studies.

Katrina Zalenko

Katrina joined MDD Forensic Accountants in 2007. She is a Manager in the firm’s London, Ontario office.

As an experienced forensic accounting professional, Katrina performs economic damage quantification in areas such as business interruption, extra expenses, personal injury and wrongful death, stock & contents, liability losses, subrogation and income replacement benefits.

Katrina’s industry experience includes retail and wholesale, manufacturing, agriculture, hotels, hospitality, livestock and trucking.  She has also worked on assignments related to taxi drivers, real estate agents, medical professionals and small business owners.

Katrina is a graduate of the University of Western Ontario where she received her Bachelor of Management and Organizational Studies degree.

Cameron McQuaid

Cameron joined MDD Forensic Accountants’ London, Ontario office in 2010. He is currently a Senior Manager/Vice President in the firm’s Toronto office.

Cameron’s practice concentrates primarily on first-party commercial property claims, construction delay claims, product recalls, personal injury, commercial litigation and general liability.

His insurance accounting assignments have included business interruption and extra expense claims, property damage, stock and contents, downtime loss, general liability, accident benefits for employed and self-employed individuals and forensic audits. His litigation assignments have involved personal injury, loss of profits and financial condition analysis.

His industry experience includes, but is not limited to, construction, power generation, oil and gas, mining, hotels and hospitality, food processing, manufacturing, various retail outlets, trucking, professional services and rental properties.

He has assisted on high-profile catastrophe disasters. He was on-site after Hurricane Irma and Maria in 2017 in the Caribbean Islands and following the Alberta floods in 2013.

Cameron has testified as an expert witness for multiple private appraisals under the Insurance Act.

Cameron has published articles for Insurance People magazine, Canadian Underwriter magazine, The Lawyer’s Daily and USLAW Magazine. He has also presented in seminars and workshops to both insurers and law firms on business interruption, accident benefits and understanding financial statements.

He is a member of the Chartered Professional Accountants of Canada, the Chartered Professional Accountants of Ontario and the American Institute of Certified Public Accountants.

He earned his Bachelor of Management and Organizational Studies degree from the University of Western Ontario (now Western University).