Commercial litigation and forensic accounting advice

Commercial litigation & forensic accounting advice

Commercial litigation and forensic accounting advice

Commercial disputes, litigation and forensic accounting are becoming increasingly commonplace and often involve complex accounting and financial issues.

Commercial litigation

We have the expertise and experience to provide independent, easily understood advice to assist legal teams in litigation, mediation or arbitration.

Our national commercial litigation and forensic accounting advice services team, combining the expertise and experience of our Corporate Finance and Turnaround & Insolvency personnel, has a demonstrated understanding of the court process and significant experience in providing both written and oral expert evidence in court.

We can provide commercial litigation and forensic accounting advice services on a local, national and international level.

Our services include:

  • Valuations
  • Quantification of economic loss
  • Business interruption claims
  • Breach of contract
  • Post-acquisition disputes
  • Trade practices claims
  • Completion and pricing disputes
  • Intellectual property and royalty disputes
  • Personal injury claims
Commercial litigation

Why government agencies must plan ahead to protect funding

23 November 2021
The events of the past 18 months have certainly proven how important it is for businesses in the private sector to plan ahead.

Changes to Independent Expert Reports for Performance Shares

29 March 2021
On 28 August 2020, the Australian Securities Commission (ASX) released a revised Guidance Note 19 Performance Securities (GN19). 

Accounting 101 for Family Lawyers

2 December 2020
Do you find yourself wading through financial documents and pondering the same accounting questions time and time again?

Treatment of exploration costs in presenting pro forma net assets

30 April 2020
Public documents issued to shareholders and potential investors, such as IPO prospectuses and documents seeking shareholder approval for a proposed acquisition or other transaction – will usually include a pro forma statement of net assets, in order to illustrate the impact of the proposed transaction on the company’s financial positi

Directors shouldn’t second-guess asset values

6 July 2016
Regardless of their size, past acquisitions are coming back to haunt the financial statements of a growing number of ASX-listed companies.