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Commercial Disputes

Complex litigation matters require both information and understanding. With a long record of success in state, federal, provincial, and chancery courts and in arbitration forums, Navigant experts provide objective clarity to complex commercial disputes.

Navigant consultants work with clients and their counsel to address complex financial, accounting and economic issues throughout the dispute cycle. We handle fact finding, early case assessment and strategy and provide complex data management and analysis and expert testimony. Our specialists complement legal counsel by providing objective insight to assess risk and yield the best possible outcome.

For decades we’ve provided our clients with invaluable leverage for resolving complex legal and business risks in matters concerning economics, finance and accounting.

  • Banking and Financial Services Disputes
  • Bankruptcy Disputes
  • Commercial Disputes
  • Insurance Claims
  • Intellectual Property Disputes
  • International Arbitration
  • Clarity and Confidence for Complex Commercial Disputes

  • Overview of Navigant's Commercial Disputes Experience in the United Kingdom

 

CASE STUDY:

Telecom Breach
In a breach-of-license case involving mobile phone software, a telecom company required an analysis of the damages it was owed. Absorbing data sourced from 20 countries, Navigant analyzed millions of pages of documents—many of them in foreign languages—to determine unpaid royalties due. In the end, the company received a settlement amount very close to the figure calculated by our team.

Expert Witness in High Court Litigation
Navigant was appointed to provide expert witness services in a UK High Court litigation where the initial breach of contract claim exceeded £700 million. The dispute related to the implementation of an IT system for a UK listed company. Navigant played a key role over two and a half years, and our work included vali¬dating the costs of the actual IT system, calculating the hypothetical cost of the system, and quantifying the lost business benefits under a number of “but-for” scenarios.

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