Bruce Roher
Partner and Practice Lead, Valuations
"I am passionate about providing constructive solutions for valuation and forensic accounting issues."

Practice Areas

  • Business Valuations
  • Damages Quantification
  • Forensic Accounting


  • Food and beverage
  • Retail and consumer products
  • Real estate and construction
  • Information technology
  • Finance and insurance
  • Professional services
  • Manufacturing and distribution
  • Entertainment and communications

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I am a Partner at Fuller Landau and practice leader of our Business Valuations group. I have over 35 years of experience in business valuations and litigation support. I am proud to be recognized as a leading expert in my field providing objective and credible reports and expert testimony.

My expertise includes business valuations for family law disputes, income tax, estate and succession planning, shareholder/employee buy-outs, purchase/sale of a business, and shareholder disputes.

I also specialize in fraud and Forensic Accounting investigations, and the quantification of economic damages for cases of breach of contract, breach of fiduciary duty, estate litigation, and loss of profit.

In addition, I serve as the Co-Chair of the Fuller Landau food and beverage committee.

Academic achievements, memberships, and professional designations

  • Family Law Arbitration Course, ADR Institute of Ontario
  • Interdisciplinary Collaborative Practice Skill Training
  • Certified in Financial Forensics by the American Institute of Certified Public Accountants [Formerly Designated Specialist in Investigative and Forensic Accounting]
  • Certified Fraud Examiner
  • Chartered Business Valuator
  • Member, CPA Ontario
  • Member, CPA Canada
  • University of Toronto: Bachelor of Commerce

Community initiatives and organizations 

  • Member, Maple Downs Golf and Country Club

Fuller Insights


  • “The Flow of Information – Accounting Records to Financial Statements” (included in presentation to the Law Society of Ontario, May 2019)
  • “Paying the Price for Failing to Produce Disclosure” (The Lawyers Weekly, 2016)
  • “Electronic Production Emphasized in Recent Case: Camino Construction Inc. v. Matheson Constructors Ltd.” (Law Times, 2015)
  • “Value Added: Mudronja v. Mudronja” (Money & Family Law, 2015)
  • “What Family Law Lawyers Need to Know About Joint Retainers and Unique Ways to Use Your Valuator” (The Six-Minute Family Law Lawyer, 2014 LSUC Conference)
  • “Get It In Writing” (co-authored with Howard Joffe for Bakers Journal, 2013)
  • “How to Increase Business Value” (Bakers Journal, 2013)
  • “Selling to Management” (Bakers Journal, 2013)
  • “Proof of Actual Damages Required in Passing-Off Case” (Law Times, 2013)
  • “Leaving a Business to the Next Generation of Your Family” (Bakers Journal, 2012)
  • “Valuation of a Bakery” (Bakers Journal, 2012)
  • “Catch Me If You Can” (, 2012)

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Recent Posts by Bruce

Reducing the risk of business fraud

Bruce Roher • July 21, 2022

Employees are entrusted to safeguard and control bank accounts, receivables, inventory, and the books and records of the company. While most employees will never abuse this trust, those who do commit fraud schemes can cause organizations to suffer significant financial losses. Fraud perpetrated by employees is known as “occupational fraud”. The Association of Certified Fraud

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Changing trends: The financial impact on food companies

Bruce Roher • March 22, 2021

Many well-established food companies have been impacted by three significant and converging consumer trends over the last few years. First, consumers are eating more meals and snacks at home because of the pandemic. Second, there has been a shift, particularly amongst younger shoppers, to purchase products from local or organic producers. Third, there continues to

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You suspect fraud – how a forensic accountant can help with your investigation

Bruce Roher • March 04, 2021

Your bookkeeper has informed you of suspicious entries in your company’s records. You suspect that a member of your finance team has misappropriated funds and transferred merchandise to their own company. What should you do? The first step is to inform your corporate counsel of the events that have taken place. This may result in

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