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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
Breakdown of Critical Industrial Equipment
Breakdown of Critical Industrial Equipment

Measured economic damages, including review of governmental contracts, contractual obligations, and potential costs associated with delayed delivery, in a business interruption claim following a mechanical failure for a manufacturer of various components for the energy, aerospace, defense and industrial markets.

  • Insurance / Quantification
  • Manufacturing
  • Property / Business Interruption
  • 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
Valuation for Management Option Grants
Valuation for Management Option Grants

Valued a privately-held corporation and allocated value to various equity classes to establish strike prices for management stock option grants.

  • Corporate / Valuation
  • Business & Professional Services
  • Corporate consulting / Financial Valuation
  • 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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Supply Chain Gaps from Contractual Dispute

Alleged breach of contract between a US company and its European supplier delayed getting a new product to market. RGL quantified loss of profit from the supply chain gap and the costs of sourcing the product from alternative suppliers.

  • Legal / Quantification
  • Construction
  • Disputes / Contractual Dispute
  • United States
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Power and Steel Infrastructure Projects

An Austrian business purchased several infrastructure projects in the power and steel industries. The purchase consideration was linked to project costs already incurred as well as financial projections. A dispute arose in the transaction, and we assisted the purchaser in preparing submissions for expert determination.

  • Corporate / Valuation
  • Construction
  • Corporate consulting / Financial Valuation
  • Austria
Material Made Losses

An Australian meat processing company suffered losses as a result of defective packaging material. Calculation of the losses revealed that sales were significantly lower than claimed since the product was replaced and not lost.

  • Legal / Quantification
  • Manufacturing
  • Disputes / Product Liability/Recall
  • Australia
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