Ashley Kegan is a Manager at Davis & Hosfield Consulting LLC. Ms. Kegan has worked on cases involving allegations of fraud and misrepresentation, breach of contract and fiduciary duty, defamation, and patent, copyright, and trademark infringement, among others. She has assisted in preparation for discovery, depositions, expert reports, and trial. Ms. Kegan has worked closely with trial teams on the damages approach.
Ms. Kegan has conducted complex financial analyses and created damages models involving business valuations, lost sales, lost profits, fixed and variable costs, reasonable royalty, unjust enrichment, and prejudgment interest post-verdict interest for both plaintiffs and defendants
Her case experience encompasses a broad array of industries including agriculture, automotive, consumer goods, financial services, gaming, lending, life sciences, renewable energy, and telecommunications.
Prior to joining Davis & Hosfield Consulting, Ms. Kegan was a senior auditor at Deloitte & Touche, LLP. While at Deloitte, she worked on a telecommunication start-up company’s IPO, as well as provided services for a large retail, a not-for-profit, and an energy client.
B.S. Accounting, minor Professional Writing – DePaul University (Highest Honors)
Certified Public Accountant (CPA)
American Institute of Certified Public Accountants (AICPA)
Illinois CPA Society (ICPAS)
SELECT PRESENTATIONS AND PUBLICATIONS
“Lost Profits Damages – An Expert Overview,” The Business Law Network, August 2017
“Intellectual Property Damages: Patents, Trademarks and Copyrights,” Co-Guest Lecturer at The John Marshall Law School, March 21, 2017
Cooking, traveling, trying new restaurants
Ms. Kegan also enjoys volunteering. She serves as the Treasurer on the Board of Directors of Global Minimum, a non-profit that encourages young innovators and leaders in Africa to engage with critical thinking skills and hands-on learning programs to tackle challenges affecting their communities. Ms. Kegan also provides pro bono consulting services to Aids Orphan UK Trust, a UK non-profit helping children whose parents died from HIV/AIDs and serves as a Senior Project Mentor and Senior Panel Judge at North Lawndale College Prep High School.