Chad L. Staller, JD, MBA, MAC, CVA
President, Senior Economist
Chad L. Staller is president of the Center for Forensic Economic Studies. He has extensive experience working with both plaintiff and defense counsel in a wide variety of civil matters, quantifying loss sustained by many types of plaintiffs, including union members, state and federal employees, business owners and injured children. He regularly analyzes claims brought in employment-discrimination matters, quantifying back-pay and front-pay damages and lost benefits. Mr. Staller and frequently consults on commercial matters, analyzing lost-profit and business-interruption claims. He has testified in jury trials, bench trials and arbitrations in state and federal courts.
He serves on the faculty of Temple University’s Beasley School of Law LL.M. in Trial Advocacy program and lectures regularly at Villanova University School of Law and Drexel’s Earle Mack School of Law. Mr. Staller is a Certified Trial Advocacy instructor through the National Institute of Trial Advocacy. He frequently presents seminars and speaks on forensic economic topics at law firms, accounting continuing education seminars, and before professional organizations.
Mr. Staller received his Masters in Business Administration from the Fox School of Business and Management at Temple University in Philadelphia, Pennsylvania and his Master of Accountancy from Villanova University. He is certified as a Certified Valuation Analyst by the National Association of Certified Valuation Analysts.