Thomas Aleman is the national Strategy Leader of Deloitte Financial Advisory Services LLP (“Deloitte FAS”).
Thomas has more than 20 years of experience dealing with bankruptcy, litigation and discovery issues. He has assisted clients with claims management, information management, cost containment, claims and settlement strategy and process improvement. He created, directed and managed the activities of a litigation support center for a public utility rate case. He also developed the functional design of a data input system used in litigation support centers. In addition, he supervised the development and operation of a litigation support center, which was designed specifically for document processing tasks including document numbering, scanning, duplicating, objective and subjective coding and loading databases.
“…history has put to us three fatal questions, has written them across the sky in accounts of accusation. They are, How can many be as one? How can the Future deny the Past? And How can the light deny the dark? The answer to the first is: Through a balanced consciousness of unity in diversity and diversity in unity, through a willed and conscious balance – that is the key phrase, so easy to say yet so difficult to maintain.”
Thomas received his BA in Accounting and Economics from the University of North Carolina at Charlotte.
Thomas is a frequent speaker at legal industry conferences and law firm seminars. He has contributed to the Litigation Services Handbook and Practising Law Institute’s series on Litigation Management.
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