With over 20 years of experience as a Chartered Professional Accountant, Patricia is a Partner in Fuller Landau’s Valuations group, specializing in business valuation, litigation support, forensic accounting, and damage quantification.

Patricia’s expertise crosses over a number of industries, including real estate and construction, food and beverage, manufacturing, automotive, and information technology. She prepares expert reports for engagements involving shareholder disputes, breach of contracts, quantification of loss, and more. In addition to business development and mentoring senior and junior staff, she is also an active member of Fuller Landau’s growing Real Estate and Construction niche group.

Patricia is a strong believer in continuous learning and improvement, who leads by example through her dedication to the profession. Clients describe her as strategic, insightful, and solution-oriented in her approach. She has earned a reputation in the industry for providing quality and objective expert reports.

In her spare time, Patricia enjoys cycling, kayaking, cooking, and reading case law.

Academic Achievements, Memberships and Professional Designations

  • Member, Canadian Institute of Chartered Business Valuators
  • Member, CPA Canada
  • Member, CPA Ontario (Designated Specialist in Investigative and Forensic Accounting)
  • Member, AICPA (Designated in Financial Forensics)
  • Diploma in Investigative and Forensic Accounting, University of Toronto
  • Interdisciplinary Collaborative Practice Skill Training
  • CBV Designation, 2007
  • CPA Designation, 1995
  • Bachelor of Business Administration, Wilfrid Laurier University

Community Initiatives/Community Organizations

  • Member, Fuller Landau Real Estate and Construction Committee
  • Past Member, CICBV Publications Committee
  • Past Volunteer Judge, University of Toronto Rotman Commerce Finance Association CICBV Case Competition
  • Past Evaluator, University of Toronto Diploma in Investigative and Forensic Accounting Program
  • Past Treasurer and Board of Directors, Collaborative Practice Ontario

Patricia Harris

CPA, CA·IFA, CBV, DIFA, CFF Partner, Valuations (416) 645-6570 pharris@fullerllp.com

Practice Areas

  • Business Valuations
  • Forensic Accounting
  • Damages Quantification
  • Corporate Finance
  • Mergers & Acquisitions


  • Real Estate and Construction
  • Food and Beverage
  • Information Technology
  • Manufacturing and Distribution
  • Retail and Consumer Products

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Recent Posts by Patricia

Protecting Your Construction Company From Fraud

Patricia Harris • September 16, 2019

You will never be able to completely protect your company from fraud. Unfortunately, fraud is and has always been a reality of doing business. If, however, you are aware of the common risks and red flags related to occupational fraud, and implement proper controls within your business, you can significantly reduce your risk.

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Loss of Profits Damage Quantification – A Method to the Madness

Patricia Harris • September 09, 2019

The subcontractor that you hired on a project is suing you for non-payment. Even though the case has been going on for over a year, you still can’t believe the nerve. The amount of money that they cost you in delays, replacement materials and additional fees was extensive and led to their ultimate termination from

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Construction Tender Disputes – Supporting the Damages Calculation

Patricia Harris • August 19, 2019

In the construction industry, a tender process is a common way to choose a service provider. Typically, the lowest bid that meets the criteria wins, and the project gets underway without issue. However, situations may arise in which a bidder claims that they were unsuccessful due to the alleged actions of the tendering company. If

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