Greg McKinnon serves as firmwide managing partner at Hemming Morse. Having worked in private industry as a CFO and general manager, as well as in public accounting and consulting, Greg has more than 33 years of experience in the field with industry specialization in long-term contracts, construction and real estate.
At Hemming Morse, Greg applies his experience in public accounting and consulting to matters related to construction delays, disruption and loss of productivity, extra work, construction accounting, and commercial economic damages, including lost profits, partnership and shareholder disputes, embezzlement and fraud, lost wages and business valuation. Greg also provides project audits and consulting on construction claims, troubled projects, and systems for project management, accounting and administration. He regularly works on projects and programs located in the United States and internationally that range in size from less than $1 million to multi-billion-dollar programs.
He has testified as an expert in court and in US and international arbitrations and has served as an arbitrator. Greg has also lectured on the subjects of accounting for long-term contracts, construction claims and best practices at local, regional and national construction conferences and seminars.
California State University, Chico, B.S., Business Administration (Accounting), 1986
Certified Public Accountant, State of California, 1989
Certified Management Accountant, 1989
Certified in Financial Forensics, 2008
Chartered Global Management Accountant, 2012
American Institute of Certified Public Accountants
Member, Forensic and Valuation Services Section
California Society of Certified Public Accountants
Member, Forensic Services Section; Economic Damages Section
Associated General Contractors of California
Member, Legal Advisory Committee
American Bar Association
Forum on the Construction Industry
“The Comprehensive Guide to Lost Profits Damages, Fourth Edition, Published by Business Valuation Resources, LLC, Chapter 22, “Lost Profits in Construction Claims”
“Termination of Public Works Construction Contracts,” Public Works and HazMat Study Section Conference, County Counsels’ Association, Fall 2011
“Federal Acquisition Regulations and Labor and Overhead Rate Examinations,” Forensic Accounting – Construction Claims, Golden Gate University, Fall 2010
“Audit Techniques for Cost Plus Contracts,” Legal Advisory Retreat, Associated General Contractors of California, 2010
“Best Practices in Proving Delay Claims Update in the Era of Stimulus,” Construction Law Conference, CLE International, 2010
“Proof of Damages: Federal and State Trends,” Construction Claims in Public Works Projects Seminar, CLE International, 2009