J.P. works closely with clients in the government and non-profit industries, as well as private companies who engage him to investigate fraud, assess fraud risk, evaluate fraud prevention controls, and calculate business interruption losses. He provides litigation support services to attorneys by helping them calculate or rebut economic damages, assist with discovery, trace assets, provide succession accounting, and assist with alternative dispute resolution processes. J.P. has also been qualified to testify as an expert in state and federal court.
His clients enjoy working with him because of his attention to detail, focus on quality, and timeliness. Prior to becoming a CPA, J.P. was a business owner, real estate investor, and technology consultant. These experiences have enhanced his ability to effectively communicate with his clients on complex matters.
Spring Hill College, Bachelor’s
Professional & Civic Leadership
- Finance Committee for The Good Shepherd School and Foundation
- Treasurer for Huguenot Society of New Orleans
Certified Fraud Examiner (CFE)
Certified Information Technology Professional (CITP)
Certified Public Accountant (CPA)
Certified in Financial Forensics (CFF)