Gordon Klein, attorney and CPA, is an expert in tax planning, entrepreneurship, and commercial law.
He has served as a court-appointed referee, arbitrator of commercial disputes, expert witness, State Bar consultant and television commentator. He has extensive experience teaching and testifying in the areas of accounting, finance, damages, enterprise valuation, valuation of intellectual property, commercial law, fiduciary duties, and entrepreneurship.
Klein has served as the co-founder, director or CFO of various enterprises, and is active in the commercialization of technologies developed by UCLA’s faculty in medicine, engineering, and nanotechnology.
He serves as a judge for the Knapp Business Plan Writing Competition and the Loeb Awards in Business Journalism.
Mr. Klein has taught 15 different courses at UCLA Anderson and UCLA Law School in financial analysis, accounting and the law, financial accounting, advanced accounting, individual taxation, enterprise taxation, small business management, cost accounting, deal structuring, and business plan forecasting and development.