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Commercial Litigation

October 2013
Financier Worldwide
Six RGL professionals from around the world were featured in Financier Worldwide’s Corporate Advisor Handbook: Litigation & Alternative Dispute Resolution 2013.
June 2013
Litigation Management
RGL Partner Simon Oddy addresses the complexities associated with the ever-growing global food chain in the June 2013 issue of Litigation Management.
June 2010
Solicitors Journal
While forensic accountants often work on high-profile fraud investigations, their skills can also be used in a wide range of civil actions, say James Stanbury and Mark Jennings of RGL's London office
April 2010
Singapore Institute of Arbitrators Newsletter
In any arbitration process, the arbitrator must address not only liability issues but also the financial impact suffered by a party. To accomplish that, parties will have at their disposal an accountant with experience in investigating and evaluating claims for damages. Tony Levitt, Partner in RGL's London office, examines the role of forensic accountants in arbitration.
August 2009
Commercial Litigation Journal
James Stanbury, Ben Douglas-Jones
Ben Douglas-Jones, of 5 Paper Buildings Chambers, and James Stanbury, partner in RGL's London office, examine the factors which typically need to be considered when instructing a forensic accountant.
June 2009
The Barrister
Frédérique Hardy, senior manager in RGL's London office, discusses why financial loss modelling is a valuable and cost effective tool in dispute resolution.
March 2009
Crain's Chicago Business
During these difficult economic times, there are many ways a forensic accountant can aid a bankruptcy or restructuring project.  Mary O'Connor and Steve Hazel provide guidance.
March 2009
CPA Insider
Partnership or corporate ownership disputes often involve valuation issues.  Frances Franco discusses valuation methods used in these types of situations.
October 2007
Commercial Litigation Journal
How have bad mortgages and property repossessions in the US caused a worldwide credit crisis, and what are the likely ramifications for UK litigators? Gordon Hodgen explains.
October 2006
Post Magazine
With the debate on depreciation savings continuing, Tony Levitt of RGL Forensics' London office, sets out his views on this hotly contested area of business interruption claims