Internationally-Recognized Litigation Appraiser Expert Witness Steven N. Siegler, ASA, FRICS successfully represented Stephen M. Case, co-founder of AOL and former chairman of AOL Time Warner, with appraisal review and appraisal expert witness testimony and litigation support services in the multibillion-dollar lawsuit against Mr. Case and other Case family members in the Grove Farm matter in Hawaii. Mr. Siegler’s appraisal review and appraisal expert witness testimony and litigation-support services helped defeat the appraisal services and expert witness testimony of several noted Hawaii real estate experts and the appraisal review and expert witness testimony of the Plaintiff’s lead appraisal expert witness, Dr. John A. Kilpatrick, Ph.D., of Greenfield Advisors.
Mr. Siegler is an Accredited Senior Appraiser (ASA) with and was honored to serve as the founding International Chairman of Appraisal Review and Management (ARM) for the American Society of Appraisers from 2002-2011. Mr. Siegler co-authored and directed the implementation of the ASA’ Appraisal Review and Management Principals of Valuations series of courses and best practices that are now taught to professional valuers, government officials, legal experts, and many others throughout the world. Additionally and together with this, Steven holds international valuation accreditation as a Fellow, Royal Institution of Chartered Surveyors (FRICS). And, Mr. Siegler holds TS Clearance with the U.S. Government and he is uniquely qualified to practice before U.S. Government agencies in national-security-related valuation and in other special matters.
Mr. Siegler specializes and is most active in providing appraisal expert witness testimony and litigation support services to attorneys and law firms throughout the world. He is a Super Appraiser® Elite-Rated member of the peer-voted Super Appraisers® Global Network of internationally-accredited appraisal luminaries, and he has successfully handled some of the world’s most important—high-profile—and valuable valuation-related cases.