Lawrenceville, NJ / Westport, CT — Management Planning, Inc. (“MPI”) is pleased to announce that Bill Murray CPA/ABV/CFF, ASA has joined MPI as a Managing Director based in Fairfield County, Connecticut.

“We are very excited to welcome Bill to MPI and open our new Westport, Connecticut office,” said Dan Kerrigan, President of MPI.  “Bill is a widely respected testifying expert in the fields of matrimonial litigation, business valuations and commercial damage assessments and has delivered outstanding work to his clients. With Bill onboard and our new office open, MPI looks forward to delivering additional value to our colleagues in the Fairfield and New Haven county legal communities.”

About Bill

Bill joins us with over 30 years of professional experience, including more than 20 years of experience in business valuation, economic damage assessments and forensic matters. He provides high net worth individuals, privately held companies and business owners with valuation and forensic services for matrimonial dissolutions, trust and estate planning, mergers and acquisitions, financial reporting and other taxation matters. He also assists attorneys in the calculation of economic damages in contract disputes and intellectual property litigation.

Mr. Murray has been qualified as an expert witness in various Connecticut and New York Courts as well as binding arbitration hearings. This expert witness testimony related to business valuation matters, lifestyle analysis in matrimonial dissolutions, and lost profits/economic damages matters.

About MPI

MPI, a prestigious national consulting firm founded in 1939, specializes in business valuation, forensic accounting, litigation support and corporate advisory work. MPI provides fairness opinions, sell-side and buy-side advisory services through its investment banking affiliate MPI Securities, Inc. MPI conducts every project as if it is going to face the highest level of scrutiny, and its senior professionals have extensive experience presenting and defending work product in front of financial statement auditors, management teams, corporate boards and fiduciaries, the IRS, other government agencies, and in various courts.