MARK COHEN'S C.V.
1155 Alpine Road
5743 Smithway Street
FINANCIAL, STATISTICAL & REHABILITATION ECONOMISTCOHEN VOLK ECONOMIC CONSULTING GROUP, Walnut Creek, CA,
1995 to Present.
Principal, Chief Economist. Valuation of businesses and economic losses in business, personal injury, wrongful death, labor and marital litigation. Preparation of statistical analyses, vocational, labor and job market consultation and studies. Development and placement of structured settlement alternatives.
THE UDINSKY GROUP, Berkeley, CA, 1984 to 1995.
Vice President. Valuation of businesses and economic losses in business, personal injury, wrongful death, labor and marital litigation. Preparation of statistical analyses, labor and job market consultation and studies. Development and placement of structured settlement alternatives.
DOMINICAN UNIVERSITY, San Rafael, CA, 1992 to 1998.
Adjunct Professor of Graduate Level International Finance, Monetary Systems and Investments, M.B.A. Program; Undergraduate Level International Finance and Investments, Business School Program.
EUROPEAN BUSINESS SCHOOL, Brussels, Belgium, 1991.
Adjunct Professor of Undergraduate Level Money and Banking, Statistics, and Management.
UNIVERSITY OF CALIFORNIA AT BERKELEY. Bachelors of Science, Business Administration, 1982. Emphasis in Finance.
BOSTON UNIVERSITY. Masters of Science, Management, 1991. Emphasis in International Finance. Graduated first in class.
ST. MARY'S COLLEGE. Masters of Arts, Counseling, 1998. Emphasis in Vocational Rehabilitation and Career Counseling.
LINDENWOOD COLLEGE: (1) Principles of Business Valuation, (2) Business Valuation Theory and Methodology, (3) Business Valuation: Selected Advanced Topics.
BOARD OF DIRECTOR MEMBERSHIP
AMERICAN REHABILITATION ECONOMICS ASSOCIATION, 2015 to Present.
BAY AREA PSYCHOTHERAPY TRAINING INSTITUTE, 1994 to 2001.
PUBLICATIONS AND INVITED PRESENTATIONS
“Income and Net Worth Analysis for Punitive Damages Testimony,” presented to the American Rehabilitation Economics Association Reno, Nevada, June 2014.
“Economic Issues For Vocational Experts To Consider in Vocational Analysis,” presented to the California Association of Rehabilitation and Re-Employment Professionals, Oakland, November 2002.
“Estimating Economic Loss To Injured Self Employed Workers,” presented to the American Rehabilitation Economics Associations (AREA), Reno, May 1998.
“Methodologies to Improve Economic and Vocational Analysis in Personal Injury Litigation,” with Thomas Yankowski, M.S., C.V.E., Litigation Economics Digest, National Association of Forensic Economics, Missouri. Volume II, Issue No. 2, Summer 1997. Also published in Vocational Evaluation and Work Adjustment Journal, The Professional Journal of The Vocational Evaluation and Work Adjustment Association, Volume 31, No. ¾, Fall/Winter 1998.
“Vocational Evaluation and Economic Analysis in Personal Injury and Wrongful Termination Cases,” with Thomas Yankowski, M.S., C.V.E., presented to the National Association of Rehabilitation Professional in the Private Sector; San Francisco, April 1995.
“The Economics of Employment Discharge and Your Case,” with Jerald H. Udinsky, Ph.D., A.S.A., The Lawyer’s Brief, Business Laws, Inc., Ohio. Volume 20, Issue No. 5, March 15, 1990.
“Estimation of Future Medical and Rehabilitation Care Costs: Issues and Questions for The Attention of Rehabilitation Professionals,” presented to the Registered Nurses Professionals Association, Santa Clara Valley Medical Center, January 1990.
LICENSES, CERTIFICATIONS AND ASSOCIATIONS
Certified Earnings Analyst, American Rehabilitation Economics Association.