Our skills and experience in financial analytics, asset tracing, corporate governance and business economics have been key factors in the achievement of important milestones and favorable outcomes in corporate bankruptcy, family trust, divorce and bankruptcy cases.
Litigation over disputed asset ownership may require asset tracing analysis covering many years of financial records involving multiple accounts, discrepancies and irregularities, misappropriated assets and unaccounted distributions. Developing, refining and presenting credible evidence can require a forensic understanding of financial assets, accounts and institutions, supported by detailed financial analytics.
Corporate bankruptcy litigation may involve allegations of management malfeasance, insider conflicts of interest, governance abuse of minority stockholders, fraudulent conveyance of corporate assets, or suspicious creditor claims. We have on-point situational experience in presenting credible testimony and documentary evidence in such cases.
We are qualified and prepared to produce expert analysis and reports in support of litigation involving the following topics and controversies: