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Dr. Huffman is experienced in analyzing a broad range of securities, finance, and accounting topics.

Dr. Huffman focuses on financial reporting and disclosures, intangible asset valuation, and issues arising from the application of complex accounting standards. She has served as a subject matter expert on federal investigations into white collar crime and financial reporting fraud, including revenue recognition, the omission of the recognition of derivative liabilities, and intangible asset valuation and impairments.

In a notable engagement, Dr. Huffman managed a large team of data analysts to advise a financial services firm on a $36 million remediation. She also has experience rebutting disgorgement damages related to regulatory penalties and in valuing a pre-IPO, venture-capital backed startup company to calculate damages.

Prior to joining Brattle, Dr. Huffman was competitively awarded a fellowship with the US Securities and Exchange Commission’s (SEC) Division of Economic and Risk Analysis. There, she worked with the Division of Enforcement on detecting accounting-related frauds and with the Office of Litigation Economics on SEC-related litigation. She was previously an Assistant Professor of Accounting at Tulane University’s A. B. Freeman School of Business.

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May 11, 2020
Brattle Experts Author Article on Quantitative Materiality Assessment Methods

Brattle Principal Bin Zhou, Associate Adrienna Huffman, and Senior Associate Chi Cheng have published a Law360 article that uses a new dataset to show how experts could potentially use data-driven quantitative methods to assess accounting materiality in accounting materiality disputes.