Mr. Gmyr is a Managing Director with LitCon Group. He specializes in the analysis of costs and damages incurred on construction, government contracts, and forensic accounting related casework. He has nearly twenty years of consulting experience. During his career, he has lead numerous projects pertaining to the litigation of damages claims filed in a series of cases before the United States Court of Federal Claims collectively known as Spent Nuclear Fuel cases. These damages claims resulted from the breach of the Standard Contract issued under the Nuclear Waste Policy Act and litigated as partial breach cases.
Mr. Gmyr has analyzed claims for owners, prime contractors and subcontractors, as both defendants and plaintiffs. Claims analyzed have ranged from $100,000 to $150 million, for companies in the nuclear, communications, construction, environmental remediation, and transportation industries, among others. Issues addressed in these claim analyses include damages arising from contract termination, contract default, changed work, deficient design, losses of efficiency, delay, acceleration, asset value disputes, and others. In addition to civil proceedings, he has worked on criminal proceedings performing accounting investigations of embezzlement, money laundering, and bribery.
Areas of Expertise
As a litigation consultant, Mr. Gmyr has been involved in analyzing many claims and requests for equitable adjustment involving contract disputes. He has provided damage analyses on a wide variety of construction projects including new construction, expansion of existing facilities, modifications/rehabilitation of existing facilities, environmental remediation, and other construction cases involving soil excavation. His work regarding construction projects has been primarily for plaintiffs preparing claims or requests for equitable adjustments. His work on breach of contract projects have been primarily for defendants and entailed verifying the accuracy, completeness, and support for plaintiffs’ claims. His preparation and review of claims have been used during court, arbitration, mediation, or settlement proceedings.