Bob Heydt has extensive experience in accounting, serving as a controller, auditor, and government investigator. His practice concentration is in forensic accounting.
At Marcum, Bob’s engagements include providing assistance to counsel in both civil and criminal litigation matters. His civil litigation experience includes the investigation of employee dishonesty matters, contractual disputes, and business loss claims for plaintiffs and defendants. He has worked on matters involving professional service firms, as well as clients in banking, construction, telecommunications, and manufacturing industries. Bob has assisted in the evaluation and administration of claims in bankruptcy and receivership settings. This work included investigating the factual basis for claims, preparing the calculation of proposed distributions, and supervising the disbursement of the estate for the disbursement agent.
Bob’s other activities include financial analysis and document examination for the purpose of developing factual information to assist counsel in the assessment of claims or defenses. Civil matters frequently require the preparation of detailed reports supporting findings and conclusions. His litigation support activities include financial analyses, witness interviews, and preparation for trial. Bob has provided expert testimony in both federal and state courts.
Professional & Civic Affiliations
- American Institute of Certified Public Accountants (AICPA)
- Pennsylvania Institute of Certified Public Accountants (PICPA)