Director, Hall Chadwick Forensics
Mark Lipson is a Director at Hall Chadwick Melbourne and leads the forensic accounting and business investigations team. His work includes consulting in Family Law property settlements and Commercial disputes.
He is a Fellow of the Institute of Chartered Accountants in Australia and a Fellow of CPA Australia. Mark has acted as a Commercial Arbitrator since 1992.
He holds a Bachelor of Business and a Bachelor of Education (Economics).
Over his 24 year career as a forensic accountant, Mark is highly regarded for his experience in providing expert witness reports and giving evidence in court.
The Hall Chadwick Forensics practice specialises in providing forensic services to family, commercial, wills and deceased estate legal practitioners.
Mark was selected to become a member of the Victorian Civil and Administrative Tribunal (VCAT) in the Legal Practice List. He has also been selected to be a member of the Institute of Chartered Accountants Professional Conduct Tribunal.
Mark sits as an independent director at Aboriginal Housing Victoria. He also lectures to lawyers in all areas of Forensic accounting. Mark has also been sought after as a guest speaker at conferences due to his strong standing in his field.