Faculty Profile

Mike Ueltzen

Research Expertise: Forensic Accounting

Ueltzen has testified as an expert witness in cases throughout the United States in federal and state courts in matters that involved both civil and criminal claims and in arbitrations. He has also served as a federal special master, court appointed expert, referee, mediator, and an arbitrator. Prior to joining EisnerAmper, LLP, in 2015, he was a partner in the forensic accounting firm of Ueltzen & Company, LLP for 20 years and prior to that, was the managing partner of a local firm and worked with a national firm (KPMG).

Ueltzen is active in the profession. He is a member of the American Institute of CPAs where he is the current chair of the National Accreditation Commission, a prior chair of the Forensic and Valuation Services Executive Committee, a prior member of Council, the governing body of the American Institute of CPAs, in addition to serving as a chair or member of several other committees. He is also a member of the California Society of CPAs where he served as the President of the Board and is a recipient of the Distinguished Service Award. Ueltzen also served as a chair or member of several other state

Ueltzen is active in the local community where is currently on the board of directors for the California Museum and the California Musical Theater Foundation Board. He previously served on the Board of Directors of BloodSource for 20 years including two terms as Chair of the Board.

In addition to his prior involvement with the UC Davis MPAc program, Ueltzen was also a faculty member of the National Judicial College and the Federal Judicial Center where he taught accounting and auditing to federal and state court judges.