Litigation Support

What are the facts? What was the intent? At DGC, we approach litigation support with curiosity, empathy, and creativity.  Drawing upon our expertise in finance, valuation, accounting and tax, across a variety of industries, our team assists clients in all phases of investigative and disputed matters, from pre-litigation assessments to post-judgment analysis.

Services include:

  • Accounting disputes
  • Business valuation disputes
  • Economic damage and loss analysis
  • Shareholder disputes
  • Divorce and matrimonial disputes
  • Merger and acquisition disputes
  • Bankruptcy and solvency matters
  • Expert testimony

Perspectives

Podcast: Get To Know Beth da Silva, Partner – Business Advisory Practice
Podcast: Get To Know Beth da Silva, Partner – Business Advisory Practice 10/12/2017

DGC is thrilled to welcome Beth da Silva as a guest on “Unique Perspectives – The DGC Podcast.” She recently joined DGC as a Partner in our Business Advisory practice. Read more

Case Study: Deviations from expense reimbursement policy identified – recommendations enable public company to file Form 10-K on time
Case Study: Deviations from expense reimbursement policy identified – recommendations enable public company to file Form 10-K on time 08/03/2016

A publicly-traded company was in the process of preparing its annual Form 10-K filing. The controller noted deviations from adherence to the expense reimbursement policy. Read more

Case Study: PE firm requires valuation of new fund with complex cash flow to provide for gifting of interest to family trust
Case Study: PE firm requires valuation of new fund with complex cash flow to provide for gifting of interest to family trust 08/03/2016

A private equity firm started a new fund and wanted to gift an interest in the fund to a family trust. Read more

Case Study: Purchaser discovers competitor’s accounts receivables may be overstated – litigation is avoided through analysis of accounts and negotiation
Case Study: Purchaser discovers competitor’s accounts receivables may be overstated – litigation is avoided through analysis of accounts and negotiation 08/03/2016

A professional services company purchased a competitor to expand its customer base and acquire intellectual capital. Read more