I’M CAUGHT UP IN A BUSINESS DISPUTE. HOW SHOULD I HANDLE IT?
Maybe a client has terminated your contract prior to the expiry date. Or a product fails to meet expectations. Whatever the cause, business disputes often times leave business owners or senior executives struggling to find the quickest and most effective way to resolve their situation all the while ensuring that the negative impact to the business is minimized.
“Maintaining objectivity and professionalism at all times ensures that our work product is backed by supportable evidence in order to resolve the issue at hand.” – Vimal Kotecha MBA, CPA, CA, CBV, CFF, Partner.
While every situation is different, one thing is certain: with every disagreement, difficult emotions are sure to arise. The team at Richter understands the challenges these often-tense situations can create, as well as how to navigate through them professionally.
Our business litigation expertise is backed by a solid team of specialists, each bringing decades of experience to the table. From litigation assistance, fraud and financial investigations, class action administration, insurance claims, to evaluation of accountants’ professional negligence, we leave no stone unturned. Our professionals perform objective and independent analysis and work discreetly to help settle disputes efficiently. Our well-thought-out analysis and experience providing expert testimony in various courts will lend critical credibility to your argument and help you navigate the uncertainty that comes with litigation.
Working with your legal counsel, we take the time to listen and carefully understand the issues. We apply a variety of techniques to analyze financial impacts of alleged breaches and quantify damages.
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Litigation Support and Dispute Resolution
Complex matters involving serious disputes is a major distraction to your business and could cost you (potentially) millions of dollars in lost profits.
Crisis Management & Restructuring
When a potential risk becomes a real risk, a company and its stakeholders, with varying motivations and interests, often need to navigate a complex web of decisions.