Conrad began his career at MDD Forensic Accountants’ Orlando office in 2011. He relocated to his home state of Colorado in 2015 to assist with building the firm’s newly-opened Denver office. Since then, he has been instrumental in the office’s management and business development initiatives. Presently he is a licensed Certified Public Accountant (“CPA”) in Colorado, and a licensed Certified Valuation Analyst (“CVA”).
Conrad’s practice focuses on accounting for financial and economic damages and opportunities in conjunction with litigation, business transactions, arbitration, appraisal, subrogation, and commercial, cyber and automobile insurance. He has been involved in numerous engagements related to litigation support and testimony, business valuations/mergers and acquisitions, business interruption, financial condition analyses and modeling, lost profits, extra expenses/increased costs, liability losses, fidelity claims/employee dishonesty, major construction costs or delays, tracing of funds and assets, business disputes, divorce and marital disputes and personal injury/wrongful death.
He also has significant catastrophe services experience as a result of his work on assignments resulting from hailstorms, wildfires, tornados and micro-bursts, floods, hurricanes, mass shootings and pandemic diseases.
He has worked with law firms, insurance carriers and companies of all sizes across a wide range of industries that include, but are not limited to, agriculture, housing/real estate, automotive, entertainment and recreation, manufacturing, government, education, transportation, retail, utilities, mining, hospitality, and construction.
Conrad has played an integral role in the analysis and quantification of economic damages that range from $1,000 to more than $80 million on projects originating in North America, South America and Asia.
He graduated from Colorado State University with a Bachelor of Science degree in Accounting and the University of Central Florida with a Master of Accounting degree.