Commercial disputes can drain resources and emotional reserves. There are no guaranteed outcomes. We help client organisations or individuals who are subjected to complex situations which may increase the potential for financial or reputational risk.
Whether you are facing professional or regulatory scrutiny, complex litigation or organisational corruption, our professionals can help give the direction you need to navigate adversity, protect value and return to normal operations.
Litigation consulting complements traditional legal services. It covers a range of touch points through the dispute cycle, including negotiation and mediation, settlements and compromises, taxation, communications, and valuations and schedules preparation. We facilitate the complete suite of professional litigation functions, or complement your team of professional advisers in a support role.
How we can help?
Contract disputes: contract reviews, letters of demand, debt recovery, breach and termination notices, negotiations and settlement structuring
Business support: business valuations, shareholding and superannuation valuations, preparing asset and liability schedules, bankruptcy proceedings, tracing transactions;
Tenancy & property disputes: leasing disputes for landlords and tenants, QCAT tenancy disputes applications and responses, sale and purchase of property;
Fraud risk management and Investigation: fraud, theft of assets and cash, employee misconduct;
IT Forensics: accounts payable analysis, payroll fraud, duplicate payments and EFT manipulation.
Helping private enterprises & public sector agencies continually improve & meet their goals.
Deal execution, from planning to delivery, with expertise to guide you through the deal process.
Providing a range of professional services to keep you focussed on your core business.
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