Dennis B. Kremer is merging his practice into Gettry Marcus Stern & Lehrer, a CPA firm based in New York.

The merger is expected to strengthen the litigation support and forensic accounting practice of GMSL. GMSL has more than 70 professionals and 16 partners. Kremer will operate out of the firm’s White Plains, N.Y., office. Terms of the merger were not disclosed.

Kremer has over 30 years of experience providing business valuations, forensic investigations, matrimonial litigation, fraud audits, expert testimony, arbitration and accounting services. His litigation support work and forensic accounting experience includes assistance to attorneys and businesses in damage calculations, class-action lawsuits, accounting and auditing issues, contract disputes, and fraud investigations. He has served as an expert witness for the Securities and Exchange Commission, as well as on federal and state courts.

“Adding the talent of Dennis Kremer helps us better serve our growing litigation and forensic accounting practice,” said GMSL managing partner Steven L. Marcus in a statement. “We are enthusiastic about continuing the high level of service and expertise Dennis has provided his client base.”

Kremer saw the merger as a positive move for his clients. “While I am proud of my career as a partner in my previous CPA firm, I recognize that the next step for my clients is to merge with a firm that would enable me to expand services to our local, regional and national clients,” he said in a statement. “Gettry Marcus Stern & Lehrer shares my philosophy of helping my clients and referring attorneys succeed, and the merger will broaden and deepen even further my areas of specialization.”

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