Gordon Klein

Lecturer of Accounting at UCLA Anderson School of Management

Gordon Klein has been a faculty member at UCLA’s Law School and Anderson School of Management, court-appointed referee, arbitrator, State Bar ethics consultant, and television commentator.

Mr. Klein has participated in several highly publicized matters, including serving as the Trustee’s accounting expert in General Motors’ bankruptcy, Apple’s expert in a major acquisition dispute, the U.S. Department of Justice’s expert in a banking fraud matter, the testifying expert in a landmark Delaware case concerning enterprise solvency, a consultant on the Michael Jackson wrongful death case, and the testifying expert in a set of mortgage-backed securities matters that the Financial Times heralded as “this century’s biggest case against Wall Street.”

He has extensive experience teaching and testifying in the areas of accounting, damages, finance, intellectual property, enterprise governance, professional responsibilities, unfair trade practices, valuation, and entrepreneurship. He also has testified about international accounting principles in effect in Abu Dhabi, Egypt, France, Guatemala, Hong Kong, Korea, Singapore, and Mexico.