Joshua Dennis has more than a decade of experience working with clients and counsel on issues requiring complex data analysis, including economic damages, enforcement, forensic accounting, compliance monitoring, and valuation engagements.
Through his expertise, which includes financial modeling and data analysis, Josh has assisted companies and their counsel across a wide range of dispute matters. He not only has significant experience analyzing accounting, economic and business data, as well as issues related thereto, but also applying his expertise to the creation of dynamic visual models that provide clarity and key insights.
Josh has also quantified and assessed reasonable royalty and lost profits damages related to patent, trademark, trade secret and copyright infringement claims, as well as the valuation of intellectual property outside of litigation. He also has experience in evaluating and quantifying damages related to a variety of issues, including contract disputes, purchase price disputes and class action matters.
Josh has also worked extensively in matters involving data collection, mining, anomaly detection, and reporting of transactional and trading data employed across a range of industries, including banking, financial services, manufacturing, pharmaceuticals, e-Commerce and retail, among others.
Josh is a Certified Valuation Analyst, and earned a Certificate in Intellectual Property Law from Suffolk University.
Leveraging Forensic Data Analytics
Joshua Dennis, a Managing Director with StoneTurn in Boston, explains how companies can benefit from forensic data analytics, both in response to regulatory inquiries and as part of proactive compliance monitoring.
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Q: Clients say they look to StoneTurn to be a trusted adviser. Can you describe how we serve in that role?
Our goal at StoneTurn is to bring an insightful, comprehensive and independent perspective to complex financial issues. As part of this process, clients rely on StoneTurn to consistently provide honest answers, as well as treat each case with the highest levels of professional integrity and intellectual curiosity. This is achieved through consistent communication, an open dialogue, and an appreciation of the facts and circumstances unique to each case.
Q: Every day, StoneTurn professionals help clients untangle complex problems. Can you give us an example of a great client challenge you faced and how you successfully solved it?
Part of the challenge our clients face is the uncertainty inherent in the dispute process, which frequently requires the assessment of a variety of scenarios, as well as analysis of complex accounting, economic or business data. StoneTurn not only brings deep financial expertise, but also the ability to apply this skillset to the creation of dynamic visual models that provide clarity and key insights across a range of potential results.
Q: Why is the culture at StoneTurn so important to you?
A primary tenant of StoneTurn’s culture is its “people-first” approach, which extends not only to the professionals it employs, but also the clients it serves. By elevating and empowering individuals in the workplace, we define success by, and draw personal satisfaction from, taking ownership of client needs and working closely with clients to provide responsive, accurate and efficient solutions.