Litigation Support Services
When disputes arise where litigation is a possibility, or a reality, attorneys and their clients rely on BCC Advisers’ seasoned experts. Our litigation support team provides expert testimony, reviews and critiques of other expert’s reports, assists in preparing direct and cross examination questions, and prepares visual aids for use at trial. Our team leverages technical and industry expertise to clarify facts, quantify damages and communicate findings clearly, concisely and objectively. Our litigation support services are designed to assist clients through all phases of litigation, arbitration, mediation and trial.
Experienced in Litigation Support
BCC Advisers is highly experienced in litigated matters, having been called upon as experts in hundreds of cases by both plaintiffs and defendants. We are accustomed to the time pressures and unique demands of the dispute resolution process.
Our team has provided expert witness testimony in state and federal courts, before administrative and regulatory agencies, and in alternative dispute resolution forums. Ultimately, we provide our clients with objective analyses and practical advice that lead to sound decisions.
Our Approach to Litigation Support
BCC provides analyses that are supported by both theory and fact. We assist the attorney in his/her preparation of document requests, requests for answers to interrogatories and possible deposition and trial questions. In the early stages of an engagement, we often provide a preliminary review of the issues relating to the case. This gives the attorney a basis for coming to an informed decision as to the economic feasibility of the case.
In addition to providing our expert opinion, BCC often reviews the work of analysts retained by our clients or by the opposing party. Our reviews include, among other functions, checking the suitability of the methodology and testing assumptions.
We have provided services in many types of litigated matters, including:
■ Business valuation
■ Marital dissolution
■ Shareholder disputes
■ Lost value
■ Breach of contract
■ Lost profits analysis
■ Wrongful discharge
■ Personal injury
■ Wrongful death
■ Fraudulent conveyance
■ Pension value
■ Lender liability
■ Patent damages