Specialist Expert Witness Services Across Australia
Dr David Parker has over 10 years’ experience in the provision of expert witness reports and the giving of expert evidence in matters ranging from VACT to the Supreme Court and the Federal Court.
In addition to the provision of de novo expert witness reports, Dr Parker also provides black hat advice for parties embarking on litigation, including the analysis of expert advice provided by others.
Dr Parker’s expert witness services are highly flexible and may be tailored to meet client’s specific requirements, within a clearly agreed scope, nominated deliverables and competitive fee structure.
Dr Parker’s expert witness services include:
expert witness reports concerning valuation accuracy, negligence, adherence to valuation standards, adoption of conventional valuation practices and related areas of property valuation. Requested to provide expert witness services by Freehills in Southern Cross Airports Corporation Pty Ltd v Chief Commissioner of State Revenue in the Supreme Court (the Kingsford Smith Airport stamp duty case) and also provided black hat advice to a major international airline concerning a dispute over the valuation of airport terminals
expert witness reports concerning the valuation of investment property, application of discounted cash flow, investment property markets and participants, interpretation of leases from a valuation viewpoint and related areas of property investment. Requested to provide expert witness services by Gilbert & Tobin in Lucky Eights Pty Ltd v Bevendale Pty Ltd in the Victorian Civil and Administrative Tribunal, focussing on the interpretation of the rent review clause.
expert witness reports concerning the structure, management and performance of the REIT industry and individual REITs, comparisons to best practice, analysis of specific acquisitions, disposals and redevelopments and related REIT activities. Requested to provide expert witness services by Slater and Gordon in Modtech Engineering Pty Ltd v GPT Management Holdings Limited & Anor (a class action against GPT) in the Federal Court focusing on disclosure in property funds management.