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Although no two projects are ever the same, there is a strong likelihood that we are able to apply our vast experience to your particular needs. You can gain a better understanding of our past experience and how this may relate to your needs by searching our case snapshot database.

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296 Case snapshots

Parts Supplier Contract Breach

A worldwide leader in the manufacture of mass transportation, claimed  breach of contract by a key parts supplier. A highly complex and intensive cost accounting analysis resulted in a significant demonstrative loss to our client.

  • Legal / Quantification
  • Manufacturing
  • Disputes / Contractual Dispute
  • United States
Concession Agreement Dispute

A Southern African government terminated a concession agreement relating to port operations, entitling the concessionaire to receive compensation in respect to the remaining 15 years of the 25-year agreement. Reviewed the claim, advised on alternative methodologies for calculating loss of profits, and considered likely future revenues, cashflows and variable costs for the port and a suitable discount rate. An alternative calculation was prepared, based on historic performance. Gave evidence at the arbitration hearing.

  • Legal / Quantification
  • Marine
  • Disputes / Contractual Dispute
  • Zambia
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Theft by the Professor

RGL assisted a university with the investigation of potential theft by a tenured professor. The case involved the use of university property and employees for the professor’s outside business, in which the university shared the profits with the professor.

  • Corporate / Quantification / Investigation
  • Government / Public Services
  • Forensic Investigation / Fraud
  • United States
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Assessing Recalls Across Continents

Quantified losses in a global product recall following a contamination event with the supplier for a US manufacturing company. The recall necessitated assessments across Europe, the US and Australia and maintaining working relationships for the manufacturer with this exclusive supplier.

  • Insurance / Quantification
  • Manufacturing
  • Liability / Casualty / Product Liability/Recall
  • United States
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Losses From Forged Credit Cards

A bank in Saudi Arabia claimed costs incurred through transactions made on lost, stolen and forged credit cards. The claim review was to ensure that losses had arisen and were in compliance with VISA and MasterCard regulations. 

  • Insurance / Quantification / Investigation
  • Banking & Financial Services
  • Financial Lines / Crime & Fidelity
  • Saudi Arabia
Storm Surge Destroys Merchandise

Quantified and traced merchandise losses sustained in a warehouse following storm surge from Superstorm Sandy. The claim was based on a physical inventory count conducted 10 months prior to the incident. Destroyed goods were not properly accounted for by the insurer’s salvor during clean-up, leaving no verification of actual losses. Analysis of accounting documents and shipping protocols uncovered during the investigation demonstrated the true quantity and value of merchandise destroyed was less than originally claimed.

  • Insurance / Quantification
  • Property / Stock Loss
  • United States
Mine Flooding in Queensland

Worked with other experts including mining engineers and economists to quantify the financial losses in a business interruption claim in excess of US $1.3 billion from a multinational mining group arising from the flooding of a number of coal mines in Queensland, Australia. Review involved investigation into approved ‘price spikes’ and costs of production. The review took place in Australia, with numerous meetings in London, and the case settled in mediation in Singapore.

  • Insurance / Quantification
  • Property / Business Interruption
  • Australia
Katrina Damages Navy Vessels

RGL was retained by an ocean marine insurance carrier to calculate losses associated with Hurricane Katrina after a number of specialty Navy vessels in Louisiana were damaged. The initial claim was for the policy limit of $15 million. A review of financial documents led to a greatly reduced recommendation of approximately $8 million, which was accepted and led to the case’s settlement. 

  • Insurance / Quantification
  • Marine
  • Property / CAT
  • United States
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