Chad L. Staller, JD, MBA, MAC, AVA
President, Senior Economist
Chad L. Staller is the president of the Center for Forensic Economic
Studies. His practice focuses primarily on the analysis of, and
testimony on, commercial damages (lost profits), personal-injury and
wrongful-death damages, and damages and liability in labor and
employment matters. He has testified in jury trials, bench trials and
arbitration in state and federal courts. He publishes articles and
presents seminars on forensic economic topics and lectures at Temple
University’s James E. Beasley School of Law and at Villanova University
School of Law.
Prior to joining the Center for Forensic Economic Studies, he practiced law, representing a wide range of clients in a variety of matters, including personal injury, product liability, breach of contract and contract interpretation. He also served as law clerk to Judge S. Michael Pincus of the Circuit Court of Montgomery County Maryland.
He received his Masters in Business Administration from the Fox School of Business and Management at Temple University in Philadelphia, Pennsylvania and his Master of Accountancy from Villanova University. He is certified as an Accredited Valuation Analyst by the National Association of Certified Valuation Analysts.