For over 15 years, Tara Singh has specialized in the assessment of economic damages and the valuation of businesses and other assets, particularly in the context of complex commercial litigation including breach of contract matters, intellectual property and securities fraud litigation, class actions, and other financial disputes.
Tara has prepared numerous expert and valuation reports for submission to Canadian, U.S. and international courts. Her casework has covered a wide range of industries including manufacturing, real estate, energy, telecommunications, pharmaceuticals, financial services and construction.
Tara is a contributor in the academic and professional communities. She has taught courses in the Canadian Institute of Chartered Business Valuators (CICBV) program in the areas of disputes, loss quantification issues, and business valuation. She has also served on the Publications Committee of the CICBV, tasked with developing valuation-related thought leadership.
Tara was a winner of the CICBV’s Ian R. Campbell Research Initiative and received global recognition for the resultant research paper on blockchain and cryptoassets. She frequently presents at industry conferences and to the legal community and has participated as an expert witness in numerous trial advocacy workshops.
- Quantification of economic losses arising from the alleged improper distributions to shareholders of a C$500 million Canadian plastics design and manufacturing firm.
- Quantification of economic losses of a pharmaceutical company resulting from the alleged infringement of its patent in a multi-billion market.
- Valued an agreement for clinical stage biotechnology licensed by a publicly traded Norwegian company involved in commercial arbitration.
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