Our long-established and well respected practice in expert forensic accounting assists the legal profession, regulators, law enforcement agencies and other professional clients engaged in contentious activities, by preparing expert financial information, analysis and reports on the financial, accounting, economic and fiscal aspects of a client’s dispute.
Our specialist areas of expertise include:
We are experienced in all stages of the process including early stage advice on quantum and financial analysis, preparing expert reports, engaging with other experts, preparing joint statements, preparing supplemental reports, preparing for trial and giving oral evidence under cross examination.
We are happy to be engaged as a party appointed expert or a single joint expert. In all circumstances we act with independence and impartiality to assist the Court or tribunal in connection with the technical and professional matters which fall within the scope of our expertise.
Honeycomb’s main expert is Jeffrey Davidson, a leading London forensic accountant with more than 25 years’ experience. He has authored many hundreds of expert reports and given evidence on 55 separate occasions in litigation and arbitral proceedings, and in other tribunals. Jeffrey is supported by Richard Bates, who has more than 15 years’ experience as a forensic accountant, and a team of qualified specialists.
Tel: 020 3940 6111
Jeffrey Davidson is a forensic accountant, with over 25 years’ experience, working on the accounting, financial, economic and commercial aspects of complex business disputes.
Jeffrey specialises in forensic investigations, litigation support, contentious valuations and dispute resolution, covering civil, criminal and regulatory cases.
He has acted as an expert witness in more than 800 actions. Jeffrey has appeared and given oral evidence in court and at tribunals, both in the UK and internationally, on 55 separate occasions. He writes articles regularly and presents papers at seminars, conferences and workshops on various topics, including financial assessment of damages, valuations, money laundering, fraud, bribery & corruption, and whistleblowing.
Jeffrey is a Fellow of the Institute of Chartered Accountants in England and Wales where he has served on the Steering Committee of the Litigation Support Group of the General Practitioners Board, and sits on the panel of the President’s Appointments Scheme for valuers, arbitrators and adjudicators. He is a member of the Academy of Experts, and a CEDR accredited mediator.