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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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Fictitious Contractors and Falsified Records

A Medicaid and Medicare fraud scheme was perpetrated by a visiting nurse organization when it created fictitious contractors and falsified home visits that were billed to the original business. RGL reviewed visit logs and analyzed which visits could be supported with internal medical files and those which appeared fictitious.

  • Corporate / Quantification
  • Forensic Investigation / Fraud
  • United States
Multiple Unrelated Breakdowns

Review of a US$11m loss of profit and increased costs of working claim resulting from multiple unrelated breakdowns of gas turbines at a Turkish electricity producer. The review took into account market movements which would have occurred in any event, potential makeup at the unaffected units and savings. The review was complicated by the allocation of the total loss to each incident which was based on theoretical losses assuming that each breakdown occurred in isolation.

  • Insurance / Quantification
  • Property / Business Interruption
  • Turkey
Dissolving a Hedge Fund
Dissolving a Hedge Fund

Represented a dissenting partner in dissolution of a hedge fund General Partnership agreement, calculating the foregone allocated share of revenues he would have earned from management fees, commissions and capital growth. An NASD Arbitration board found in our client's favor.

  • Legal / Quantification
  • Disputes / Arbitration
  • United States
Measuring Displaced Sales

RGL was retained after a large Do-It-Yourself retailer in the UK suffered a loss of profit when one of its kitchen distribution warehouses was destroyed by fire. Key issues in the accounting investigation included the displacement of sales to other stores. The review also involved analysis of pre-existing contracts that had been lost, as well as costs incurred in retaining contracts post-incident. Historical sales data was considered to determine the extent of any lost opportunities.

  • Insurance / Quantification
  • Property / Business Interruption
  • United Kingdom
Claim Under Exclusivity Agreement

A power purchaser in Southern Africa claimed the national electricity generator was selling power directly in breach of an alleged exclusivity agreement. The lost profits claim covered the 30-year life of the smelter. An alternative claim was also filed based on Wrotham Park Estate Co Ltd v Parkside Homes Ltd (1973) 229EG617. The claims were analysed and assumptions challenged. Provided input into the respondent’s submissions and gave evidence in the arbitration hearing in Southern Africa.

  • Legal / Quantification
  • Disputes / Arbitration
  • Zambia
Professional Services Employee Fraud
Professional Services Employee Fraud

Investigated and quantified employee fraud at a global professional services group. The employee diverted several million pounds from a client account over many months before being discovered and arrested. Our client sought recovery of stolen funds from the employee.

  • Insurance / Quantification
  • Business & Professional Services
  • Financial Lines / Crime & Fidelity
  • United Kingdom
New Packaging After Product Tampering

Following a product tampering incident, the insured presented a resulting loss of sales claim based on the revised packaging of the product. Considerations in the claim review included production substitution and market share. 

  • Insurance / Quantification / Investigation
  • Manufacturing
  • Property / Business Interruption
  • United Kingdom
open cast mine
Copper Mine Losses

One of the world's largest copper mines located in Chile suffered two consecutive losses - a fire at a substation and a machinery breakdown. Quantification and review of the losses necessitated a detailed understanding of the copper mining process.

  • Legal / Quantification
  • Energy, Mining & Utilities
  • Disputes / Insurance Litigation
  • Chile
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