Linda Caron, CA

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Specialty

Litigation Support
Damage Quantification
Business Valuations

Experience

Deals

Education

Laval University

Linda Caron is a Vice President of in the Deals practice of PricewaterhouseCoopers LLP working in the Quebéc City office.

Her sphere of specialization includes: litigation support, damage quantification, business valuations, financial management and due diligence reviews. She has reviewed insurance claims for various damages (both property and financial) and has appeared in court as a technical witness in a fraud case. Her field of work has spanned various industry sectors including manufacturing, technology, construction and retail.

Recent transactions:

  • Financial loss quantification in a lawsuit filed by a real estate development against a major city
  • Financial loss quantification in a lawsuit filed by a poultry processor against a refrigeration supplier
  • Quantification of an insurance claim arising from business interruption insurance coverage resulting from a major loss in an important food manufacturer
  • Quantification of an insurance claim arising from business interruption insurance coverage resulting from a major loss in an university bookstore

Linda joined the firm in 1994, later becoming a member of the financial advisory services group in 1996. She graduated from Laval University with a Bachelor’s degree and a license in accounting, and earned a CA designation in 1996.

Linda has given several training courses on the interruption of business claims in insurance. She is also a member of the committee for the PricewaterhouseCoopers Foundation, whose objective is to contribute to the well-being of various organizations both through voluntary work and subsidies programs.