Bill Black CPA LogoWilliam H. Black, CPA, PC



Litigation Consulting, Business Valuation, and Forensic Accounting Services

As an independent financial advisor and consultant, William H. Black has served large and small clients throughout the nation and the world for more than 25 years from his home base in Atlanta, Georgia. He has worked with manufacturers, health care and other service firms, governments and public sector entities, retailers, distributors, and numerous other clients to analyze complex financial situations and work effectively to their resolution. Dr. Black has served as a court-appointed neutral auditor and valuator, and has testified in Federal and State courts as an expert accountant and business valuation specialist. He has taught undergraduate and graduate courses in financial accounting and financial statement analysis, accounting theory, managerial accounting, corporate governance, and information systems at leading universities in the United States, and with the Sinoway International Education Group in Shanghai, China. He co-founded the Academy for Ethics in Financial Reporting, and served as official historian and staff support for the Pathways Commission addressing accounting education in the United States.

Bill's areas of practice focus include:

  • Business valuation
  • Intellectual property valuation and damages assessment
  • Forensic accounting
  • Fraud investigation and analysis
  • Acquisition investigation and due diligence
  • Marital dissolution and divorce
  • Management strategy and risk assessment
  • Business ethics and academic accounting training

Bill Black has leadership experience with international consulting firms and multidisciplinary teams. He has served on the research staff of the Financial Accounting Standards Board and managed financial planning for a $500 million group of a Fortune 200 company. He is attuned to the business objectives and needs of his clients, motivated to provide effective and timely service, and has structured his operations to deliver true value.