Litigation and Dispute Advisory
Helping you present a strong case.
RSM’s litigation and dispute resolution services provide critical support to businesses involved in complex disputes. Whether your dispute involves lost profits, reasonable royalties or diminution in asset and business valuation, our litigation and dispute advisory specialists have decades of experience assisting counsel and evaluating the impact on business value. From damages assessments to expert witness testimony, we provide the financial insight and analysis necessary to help you build a credible case.
- Arbitration and Mediation
- Bankruptcy Litigation
- Complex Commercial Litigation
- Contract Compliance
- Corporate Restructuring
- Damages Assessment
- Expert Witness Testimony
- Intellectual Property
- Valuation Disputes
Litigation and Dispute Advisory Insights
Learn how to avoid post-closing disputes that can derail transactions and result in increased costs, strained relationships and litigation.
Understand how earnout litigation can affect the value of a bankruptcy estate and where common areas of dispute may arise.
In a hot deal market, speed often trumps detail. Learn how experienced M&A advisors can help you avoid post-closing litigation.
Businesses must understand how post-closing purchase-price-adjustment clauses can create costly disputes and reduce a transaction’s value.
Learn how the definition of fair value and case law in numerous jurisdictions affects valuation issues in dissenting shareholder cases.
Post-closing disputes can be complex and costly, but PE firms can follow several steps to reduce the likelihood of their occurrence.
Data analytics should be a key weapon in every company’s fraud protection arsenal. Learn how companies can use that data to identify fraud.
Learn the categories of workplace fraud and five quick steps to reduce the potential harm of fraudulent activity to your organizations.
How can we help you?
To discuss how our team can help your business, contact us by phone 800.274.3978 or
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