Adoria Lim Joins The Brattle Group in San Francisco

02 November 2015 2 min. read
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Adoria Lim has joined the The Brattle Group as Principle, and will work in the firm’s financial practice, with a focus on accounting and audit. Her more than 15 years’ experience will be leveraged to provide clients with support issues in among others intellectual property disputes, securities class actions, and alleged auditor and other professional malpractice suits.

Before joining The Brattle Group, Lim was a Principle at Corporate Diligence Specialists, a San Francisco based firm providing financial and accounting due diligence related to mergers and acquisitions for private equity firms and lenders – a role she held for almost a year and a half. Prior to that, Lim was a Principal at Cornerstone Research where she worked for more than 11 years across the firm’s accounting and finance consulting services. In 1999 Lim started at The Clorox Company, first working as a Senior Internal Auditor, before being promoted to its Financial Planning & Analysis (FP&A) practice as a Senior Financial Analyst for just under a year. She started her professional services career at EY in 1995, rising to the rank of Senior Auditor during her three years at the firm.

Lim, who is a Certified Public Accountant (CPA), holds a BA in Economics from the University of California, Los Angeles and an MBA from the Stanford University Graduate School of Business.

Adoria Lim, Alexis Maniastis - The Brattle Group

At The Brattle Group, Lim will take on the role of Principal, bringing with her more than 15 years of experience within accounting and audit, having supported clients in among others intellectual property disputes, securities class actions, alleged auditor, purchase price disputes and other professional malpractice suits. In her new role she will focus on supporting clients seeking solutions that involve accounting, auditing, finance, and damages issues.

“We are excited to welcome Adoria to the firm,” says Alexis Maniatis, president of The Brattle Group. “Adoria’s experience in matters involving complex financial and accounting issues and her perspective as a former practitioner expand the depth of financial litigation services available to our clients in San Francisco and around the world.”