Litigation & Dispute Consulting

We’ll Help You Navigate Disputes and Other Valuation Challenges

Through our Valuation line of services, our team of valuation experts offer comprehensive litigation & dispute consulting, including identification of the relevant issues, rigorous financial analysis, assessment of facts and strategic options, evaluation of the strengths and weakness of positions, expert testimony and active participation in all stages from discovery through post-trial. Our team is here to support you during this important scenario — get in touch with us to learn more about how we’ll deliver what matters for your transaction.

Explore Our Litigation & Dispute Consulting Services

Commercial Litigation and Shareholder Disputes:

  • Business disputes
  • Contract disputes
  • Dissenting shareholder litigation
  • Purchase price disputes
  • Buy/sell disputes
  • IRS and SEC matters

Intellectual Property

  • Patent, copyright and trademark/trade name infringement
  • Accounting for IP litigation settlement agreements
  • Breach of agreement
  • Trade secret misappropriation
  • Royalty rate analyses


  • Adequate protection
  • Fraudulent conveyances
  • Fresh start accounting
  • Liquidation related asset valuation
  • Preference actions

Additional Resources

Learn how our team will deliver lasting results on your most important initiatives.

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Mergers & Acquisitions

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Finance Effectiveness

A $1 billion telecom company experienced rapid growth, resulting in disparate systems and an inefficient cost structure.