Damages Quantification

Protecting Your Interests in a Shareholder Dispute

Shareholder Dispute TorontoPatricia Harris • November 26, 2018 Patricia HarrisShareholder disputes with your Toronto business can arise for a number of reasons. There could be disagreements over the direction of the business, dishonesty on the part of controlling or minority shareholders, discrepancies in compensation, or a number of other causes. When becoming a shareholder in a company and if involved in a shareholder disp ... Read More

Hot-Tubbing in Cross-Border Litigation

Bruce Roher • September 19, 2017 Bruce RoherCanadian and US businesses are expanding their reach into each other’s jurisdictions, often taking on new partners. As a result, shareholder disputes can arise, which can lead to cross-border litigation. As an expert witness in the areas of business valuation, economic damages, and forensic accounting, I have found that pre-trial hot-tubbing is o ... Read More

Litigation Support: A Powerful Tool of Corporate Law

Ohran Gobrin • March 20, 2017 Ohran GobrinCorporate disputes are often resolved through mediation or negotiation; however, complex and contentious matters may require more formal legal proceedings. Where such disputes involve the quantification of financial loss, the litigation support services of a forensic accountant can be necessary and invaluable. Forensic accountants provide the court ... Read More

Forensic Accounting Services: The ‘Better Safe Than Sorry’ Approach to Fraud Investigations

Patricia Harris • March 13, 2017 Patricia HarrisForensic accounting services exist as a means of preventing, identifying, and reducing the risk of fraud. While the more dramatic cases may uncover large sums of missing funds over many years, the ideal approach to forensic accounting is to minimize the risk of fraud before it happens – or identify it as soon as possible. ... Read More